I also started as a Front Desk Executive. Later after 4 mnths as Exe. Administration where I learned basic HR functions like attendance,time keeping etc.
So I believe you don't need to start as a fresher if you have good hands on admin profile, but keep visiting CITE HR and try to learn from threads & posting to understand HR work, responsibility and to expand your knowledge.
I did the same & today successfully handling dept. HR single handily . When ever I get stuck I takes help from seniors of CITE HR.
You also can do the same....
9th February 2012 From India, Mumbai
Degrees to Prepare for a Career in Human Resources
The Occupational Outlook Handbook predicts that career and job opportunities will be most available in Human Resources for people who keep these three key points in mind:
"The educational backgrounds of these workers vary considerably, reflecting the diversity of duties and levels of responsibility.
"Certification and previous experience are assets for most specialties, and are essential for more advanced positions, including managers, arbitrators, and mediators.
"College graduates who have earned certification should have the best job opportunities."
Many colleges and universities have educational programs that lead to degrees in Human Resources, HR specialties such as training and development, or business. Depending on the school you choose, courses leading to a career in Human Resources management will be found in departments such as business, education, instructional design or technology, organization development, human services, communication, or public administration.
Qualifications to Prepare for a Career in Human Resources
Some of the key skills and personal qualifications you will need to work successfully in Human Resources include:
Effective interpersonal skills so you can interact successfully.
Knowledge of computers and information systems.
Effective spoken and written communication.
Comfort with diverse people who have various educational levels, cultural heritages, religious practices, ages, work experience, and opinions.
Understanding of statistics and finance.
Conflict resolution skills.
Able to set and accomplish goals and work as a member of a team.
Demonstrate a high level of integrity, confidentiality, and fairness.
Experience to Prepare for a Career in Human Resources
It is difficult to break into a career in Human Resources above the entry level. Successive positions at the HR generalist and manager level, or above, require the knowledge and experience obtained in entry-level positions.
Occasionally, experienced individuals who have held managerial-type positions in business, government, or the military might be considered for positions above entry level. They should consider obtaining certifications or taking coursework related to their Human Resources area of interest in preparation.
If you are seeking an entry level HR position, try to obtain some experience while you are in college as an intern. Even part time work or an internship in other fields adds to your potential as a candidate. Leadership roles in clubs, volunteer experiences, club or college sports, and real world projects for a company add to your credibility as a candidate.
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21st February 2012 From Vietnam, Hanoi
Tell me about yourself?
Why did you leave your last job?
What are your career goals for teacher?
What is your greatest weakness for Teacher?
How do you evaluate the success of your teaching?
What type of classroom management structure would you implement if you were hired?
What is the toughest aspect of teaching today?
What have been your most positive teaching experiences?
Could a student of low academic ability receive a high grade in your classes?
What is your system for evaluating student work?
What would be the ideal philosophy of a school for you?
You can ref more 170 teacher interview questions & answers at: azjobebooks.info/170-teacher-interview-questions or 103 common interview questions and answers.
21st July 2012 From Vietnam, Hai Duong