Theuns v V wrote: ↑Sun Aug 11, 2019 7:12 am
My absolute dreamjob is with the Vintage Aviator in NZ, but it will be hard to convince someone to give me a chance unless I can find someone that knows my work to ask someone there to atleast just chat to me.
An email alone sent frm me to them (or other countries) may just end up in the spam filter or such.
……………... or go over to go speak directly to those folk and show them what I can do
I have some homework to do...
Thanx for all the input sofar
The email trajectory is the only way to prepare for such a trip.
Going over and hoping that the "right guy" is in the office - is taking your luck to the brink.
You may turn up and he is on holiday - or long weekend off or sick - or overseas ……...
Find out who is in charge (can cost you a phone call - ask who to send the email to)
Send an Email - describe what you can do - and that you are looking for a position.
They may respond and ask you to come over and show what you can do - combine it with a holiday ......
If there are none available - you will receive that answer and you can save yourself the trip
If you do not get an answer - re-send the email ……….. persistence is often valued !!
These guy's all work in a small market - and know each other globally.
In the email - ask for a referral to others if they do not have a position available.