Terms of Service
In these terms of business "Construct Executive Search Pty (LTD)" herein known as “CES” whose registered office is at 118 Limpopo Ave, Doringkloof, Centurion, South Africa and the "Client" is any company, partnership, association, firm, public authority or individual who requests recruitment services from CES or whom a candidate is introduced.
The following definitions also apply:
1.1. The “Agency” meaning Construct Executive Search Pty, trading as Construct Executive Search.
1.2. The “Agreement” meaning the agreement indicated in this document as Construct Executive Search Terms and Conditions
1.3. The “Client” meaning the company partaking in this agreement or the prospective employer, individual, department or division that wishes to employ a candidate through the services of Construct Executive Search.
1.4. The “Candidate” meaning the prospective employee introduced to the Client by the Agency. Any Candidate introduced to the Client by the Agency shall remain the Agency’s Candidate for a period of twelve months from the date of introduction of the Candidate to the Client or termination of the Candidate’s employment with the client.
1.5. The “Employment” meaning all or any work of whatsoever nature of description undertaken and carried out by a Candidate on behalf of a Client. In respect to permanent, contract or temporary employment, a Candidate will be deemed to be permanently or temporarily employed from the first day of physical commencement.
1.6. The “Introduction” meaning the forwarding of Candidates CV to the Client, at the Clients request. Arranging of an interview between the Candidate and Client.
1.7. “The Placement” meaning the offer of employment, assignment or engagement of the Candidate by the Client and is accepted accordingly. The placement fee will become payable within 14 days of the Candidate commencing employment.
1.8. “Checks” means background screening, which may or may not include verification of a candidate’s credentials, education, credit worthiness and/or criminal background checks.
1.9. “Employment Offer” means a written Contract or agreement with the candidate to start employment at an agreed remuneration.
2.0. “Fee/s” means the placement fee due by the Client to CES for the services rendered.
2.1. “Party”/“Parties” means the Client and CES, or either one of them.
2.2. “Services” means the placement services rendered by CES to the Client, including the sourcing and general pre-assessment of Candidate/s, and introduction of and facilitation of a meeting between the Candidate and the Client.
2. By accepting the Terms & Conditions outlined herein and providing basic job description (s) of the position (s) to be filled, it is understood that the client:
Accepts the terms and conditions within this contract, including agreement to pay for services rendered. Accepts our Terms & Conditions within this contract including, when a candidate referred by CES, to your company or provide the Candidate’s information to a sister company or any other third party which results in commencing employment with your company or sister company or any other third party, shall be deemed to have accepted our Standard Terms and Conditions, which forms the basis of the agreement between CES and yourselves and will be liable for the full placement fee to be paid to CES.
Instead of just listing your responsibilities and re-writing your job description try to include things you have achieved for the company since you have been there – make sure you can back these up with facts and figures. Put down any skills you may have for example driving licence/languages/computer skills. Also any recent training that may be relevant to the role.
Don’t leave gaps in your work history, ensure that all of your dates are accurate. It is important not to lie on your CV as many employers will find out via references or contacts within the industry. If it doesn’t hinder you getting the job in the first place it will certainly not help you in the future if your employer finds out that you lied.
Be positive in your CV. Don’t say anything negative about any of your previous employers. Use action verbs such as ‘developed’, ‘managed’ and ‘achieved’. Show evidence of your leadership skills by portraying your actions and decisiveness.
Finally ensure that you read through your CV thoroughly. Check for any spelling or grammatical errors. All of the details you provide will be a basis for the interview so it is vital that it is accurate – be prepared to answer questions such as reasons for leaving your previous positions. Remember your CV alone won’t get you the job, it is only the first step. The rest is up to you.