Cambridge Scientific Jobs

Are you looking for Cambridge scientific jobs? If yes you will be happy to know that there are several companies in the area that are constantly hiring new employees but you have to know how to get them to notice you. The first thing that you have to do is have a science background. It is always best to specialize in a specific area – that way you are more employable. It also helps if you have experience; a job, even a temporary one provides you with real life work experience.
Once you have training and experience you can start looking at different companies. What kind of employer are you looking to work for? It helps not to be too choosy especially if you are just getting into the job market. You can, for instance, get in as a lab tech but over time if you do a good job you can either get promoted or you can apply to be moved to a section of your choosing.
You can look at the companies’ websites on the employment section and see whether they are hiring. Alternatively, you can look for jobs on websites where they are listed – they have a sciences section so you can be sure that you will find something suitable. Make sure that your CV and cover letter are impeccable – you want to give the right impression right from the start.
Hopefully you will be invited to an interview before long. Be well prepared; learn what you can about the company – you will be expected to know what they do. In the interview make sure that your answer are short and to the point. After the interview you look smart if you ask the interviewer one or two questions about the job.
If you want to get promoted fast it is important that you impress your employers. You should always aim to do more than the job demands. Offer to help and whenever possible work late in order to finish tasks. Do not be afraid to ask questions – that is how you will learn. Always be proactive – you may make a few mistakes along the way but they will be worth it.
You can find a list of scientific jobs on http://www.polytec.co.uk/jobs/engineering/.