Job Hunter Support

What’s the difference between a job hunter and a job seeker?

The Job Hunter

Proactively searches and seeks out their next job opportunity and potential employer. They have a good understanding of what they have to offer, why they are looking for a new job and what they need and are willing to put into their work and potential employer.


The Job Seeker 

Applies for any job they see listed online.  They are not sure of, or confident in, what they have to offer the job they applied for.  After applying for a job they wait and hope that they get contacted for an interview.

Which one are you?

Communicating and promoting your attributes, expertise, knowledge and skills is an art. Capturing and connecting with your audience is vital – and the way to do that is to have a sharp CV and covering letter to get that information across.

If you’re like most people and struggle to communicate in writing what you have to offer, our coaching sessions are a must. Together we’ll work out what you need from your work to have a fulfilling life, and then you’ll know what to look for in a future employer.

After all, job-hunting is a two-way street – it’s as much about what they have to offer you as what you have to offer them.

A new job can present great opportunities for you and your family. Catherine would like to help make that happen, by providing you with tools and knowledge that will enhance your chances of getting noticed and landing that interview.

Let’s get started

Looking to find ways to make employment in your business easier, or stepping up your job hunt?

Send us a message, and we’ll set up a time to have a chat about how Stapleton Consulting can help you.


Job Hunter Support Services are subject to our General Terms and Conditions and our Job Hunter Support Services Terms and Conditions.