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EO Caseworker Position with Home Office

Hi Guys

I’m wondering if anyone can shed some light on the above position and what it’s like (e.g work/life balance, management etc). I’ve just accepted a provisional job offer at Cardiff office but really need some light shed on this incase it may be too stressful/challenging! Any help/advice would be greatly received!

Thanks
Original post by Tinkertaylor
Hi Guys

I’m wondering if anyone can shed some light on the above position and what it’s like (e.g work/life balance, management etc). I’ve just accepted a provisional job offer at Cardiff office but really need some light shed on this incase it may be too stressful/challenging! Any help/advice would be greatly received!

Thanks

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Most important of all is your experience in the job you are applying? If not is the prospective employer willing to train you?
Personally, I would chase a job which does not match my set skills and experience. For example, you are a cricket coach and apply for a football coach despite the fact the football cub is flexible in accepting coaches from other field but look at task you will be taking on- new skills, new teaching techiques which could impact on your life balance work. I used to be a lecturer and took on all kind of BTEC models to teach and co-ordinatinaor roles- it broke me down. I had to retire due to stress because I was taking work home. In any job- communication, assertiveness
and commiment are important factors. IF you are chasing a lay back lifestyle- then forget jobs asking you to work long hours after 5pm evening.

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