Careers Day matchmaking
Thursday 7 February 2013, 10:00 – 15:00
Gallery Lounge - First Floor
The aim of the matchmaking exercise is to ensure that the right profile fits the right job by facilitating the meeting between hiring companies and relevant candidates.
The Greenfish team will contact companies that wish to participate in the matchmaking exercises to gather the necessary additional information and will proceed with the job specification, analysis of the job description and potential profiles. Once approved by both parties, Greenfish will arrange for face to face interviews that will take place on Thursday 7 February at EWEA 2013.
Employers participating in the matchmaking:
- May be invited to take part in the Careers Day presentations, in order to share their best-practices and testimonials;
- Can benefit - free of charge - from Greenfish recruitment services and the organisation of matchmaking meetings with appropriate profiles on site (the services becomes paying only when the company/employers decides to hire the candidates Greenfish has presented. The employers will benefit from a preferential rate on a "no cure, no pay" basis). For more information, please contact by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone +32 472 21 15 99.
I'm a candidate. How can I participate in the matchmaking?
By taking part in the 10 most wanted profiles survey, you will have the opportunity to submit your profile to Greenfish.
Attendance at the careers day matchmaking is free of charge, however you must be registered to attend EWEA 2013 either as a conference delegate, exhibition visitor or exhibitor. For more information and to register see the EWEA 2013 registration page.
Want to benefit from free advisory services on site ? Schedule your meeting with Greenfish
The Greenfish team will be present at the Careers Day to provide companies answers to their HR-related questions and to advise candidates / employees on career paths.
Given the large number of participants, it is advised to book your meeting
before the event.
Organised by EWEA in association with: