Job Search Template
Because job seekers are required to present evidence of their work searches to their local Jobcentre, this ideally needs to be laid out in a methodical manner so the Advisor can see at a glance what your search efforts have been like over a period of time.
Below is a simple search listing method that you can use by simply copying out the layout of the table below onto an A4 sheet of paper, or using the download facility provided.
We’ll add additional templates to the site as they become available.
You can download this template in Word format by clicking HERE.
The orientation has been set to landscape to allow the full width of the template to appear.
If you don’t have Word on your machine, you can obtain a FREE download of some software which is compatible with Microsoft’s product and will allow you to open and edit it – it’s called Apache Open Office – you’ll find it by clicking HERE.
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|Date of Search?||What Did You Do? Ring, Personal Visit, eMailed, Or Did You Write?||Who Did You Speak To, Or Who Did You Write Or Email To? What Was Their Position In The Company?||What Was The Name of The Company You Applied To, What Was The Job. Is It Full or Part-time Work?||Outcome?|
|28th May 2014||Rang||Receptionist||Vacancy for call-centre staff with British Telecom in Sunderland. Full-Time, 37 hours per week.||I’ve got an appointment on the 12th of August to meet a Miss Jenkins|
|5th of August 2014||Letter Written||Mr Stuart Davidson, Owner||The Imperial Hotel Hartlepool. Working in their kitchens, washing up, helping serve food. Part-time, 16 hours a week, evenings only.||Awaiting a reply and will ring if I fail to hear anything within 7 days of their having received my application.|