Registering with Ten2Two is a simple and fast process. Just let us have your contact details and we’ll take it from there and help you start finding flexible jobs and part time roles.
Remember the details you share with us – especially your profile and CV – are the key to helping us find your perfect flexible role or part time job. So the more details we have the better.
The registration page creates your profile and is our first port of call when searching our member database. If you haven’t had time to fully complete it, you can log back in anytime using your member login.
It’s important your profile is as complete as possible – in particular your preferred position (if you don’t have a preference it’s best to put down your previous position). It’s also helpful to think about your salary expectations and choose your preferred type of FREE membership:
Full Membership makes you active on our member database immediately. You’ll also get full access to a range of member benefits, including support services and workshops for members returning to work or looking for a new job.
Associate Membership allows you to get involved, but we realise you might not be quite ready to return to the workplace. We won’t actively look for work on your behalf but you can become a Full Member whenever you’re ready.
Our second port of call is your CV*. All CVs are reviewed personally by someone from your nearest Ten2Two team. Our system also searches CVs electronically for keywords. Once a flexible role or part time job matches your skills and experience, we contact you. With your explicit permission, your CV is then forwarded to the prospective employer. So make sure that your CV is as good as it can be:
- Does it have a Personal Profile on the first page?
- Does it start with your latest achievements rather than your qualifications?
- Have you re-read it to make sure it is relevant to the job at hand?
- If you were an employer, would you read it and be compelled to arrange an interview with you?
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A Ten2Two Gloucestershire & Bristol member’s experience:
“I have recently found a new position through Ten2Two recruitment and I’m very grateful for the professionalism and support I received.
I had signed up with Ten2Two when I started looking for a new role and a new challenge. I have dealt with a few recruitment agencies previously and never had an experience I would want to review but Ten2Two were completely different and my search was a positive experience from start to finish.
Once I signed up with Ten2Two I received regular emails with vacancies and various workshops to offer support with the job search. When my current role was emailed out I was instantly intrigued and wanted to know if my skill set would suit this position, I emailed Tracey with my CV and asked the question, she called me back that day and we talked through my current situation, what I was trying to find against what the company were looking for. Tracey agreed to put me forward and within the space of a week I had a telephone interview, first interview and second interview followed by an offer letter.
During all of my communications with Tracey I always felt she understood my situation. I have 2 small children and finding the right job and hours to match is so important, we had some shuffling of hours initially to cover childcare, this was dealt with positively which helped reassure me as childcare and jobs are sometimes a hard combination to get right.
I am very grateful that I was able to have all meetings over the phone, it’s really hard to find time outside of work to go for interviews, let alone meet with recruitment agencies.
I would not hesitate to recommend Ten2Two, they set themselves apart from any other agency and I would certainly use them again (though I hope I won’t need to!)”
Wherever you are in your job-hunting process, there are always questions to answer and issues to consider.
Here’s a quick checklist of things to think about before you register:
|1. Do you have an up-to-date CV?
We can’t do much for you without one. If you need to update yours or even do one for the first time check out our hints and tips. Don’t forget to watch out for dates for our local CV and interviewing workshops.
|2. What job do you want to do?
Is it the same as you did before or are you looking for a fresh challenge? Do you want to work flexibly in part-time work or as a job share? It’s important to have some idea.
|3. What skills and experience do you bring to a new role?
It’s a good idea to write out your specific skills and competencies, especially if you’re looking to change direction.
|4. Where do you want to work?
How far are you willing to travel to a new job? Are you constrained by family commitments or are you keen to avoid commuting?
|5. What hours and/or days do you want to work?
School hours? Full days? Check out the flexible working options here.
|6. What’s your preferred working format?
You might want a permanent role or be happy working on a contract or freelance basis. Take a look at the breakdown of employment types here.