剑桥雅思15Test1Part1听力原文与答案 Bankside Recruitment Agency
剑桥雅思15听力第一套题目第一部分为求职场景，类似的内容在剑桥雅思9 Test1 Section1，剑桥雅思8 Test4 Section1中都曾经出现过。具体的考察事项包括中介介绍，典型工作，注册流程，以及使用中介的优势等。下面是这段音频对应的听力原文。
剑桥雅思15 test1 part1雅思听力原文
AMBER: Hello William. This is Amber – you said to phone if I wanted to get more information about the job agency you mentioned. Is now a good time?
WILLIAM: Oh. hi Amber. Yes. Fine. So the agency I was talking about is called Bankside – they’re based in Docklands -I can tell you the address now -497 Eastside
AMBER: OK. thanks. So is there anyone in particular I should speak to there?
WILLIAM: The agent I always deal with is called Becky Jamieson.
AMBER: Let me write that down —Becky….
WILLIAM: Jamieson J-A-M-L-E-S-O-N (Q1).
AMBER: Do you have her direct line?
WILLIAM: Yes, it’s in my contacts somewhere -right, here we are: 078 double 6, 510 triple 3. I wouldn’t call her until the afternoon (Q2) if I were you – she’s always really busy in the morning trying to fill last-minute vacancies. She’s really helpful and friendly so I’m sure it would be worth getting in touch with her for an informal chat.
AMBER: It’s mainly clerical and admin jobs they deal with, isn’t it?
WILLIAM: That’s right. I know you’re hoping to find a full-time job in the media eventually. but Becky mostly recruits temporary staff for the finance sector – which will look good on your CV – and generally pays better too
AMBER: Yeah – I’m just a bit worried because I don’t have much office experience.
WILLIAM: I wouldn’t worry. They’ll probably start you as a receptionist, or something like that. So what’s important for that kind of job isn’t so much having business skills or knowing lots of different computer systems – it’s communication (Q3) that really matters – so you’d be fine there. And you’ll pick up office skills really quickly on the job. It’s not that complicated
AMBER: OK good. So how long do people generally need temporary staff for? It would be great if l could get something lasting at least a month
WILLIAM: That shouldn’t be too difficult. But you’re more likely to be offered something for a week (Q4) at first, which might get extended. It’s unusual to be sent somewhere for just a day or two.
AMBER: Right. I’ve heard the pay isn’t too bad – better than working in a shop or a restaurant.
WILLIAM: Oh yes – definitely. The hourly rate is about £10 (Q5), 11 if you’re lucky.
AMBER: That’s pretty good. I was only expecting to get eight or nine pounds an hour.
WILLIAM: Do you want me to tell you anything about the registration process?
AMBER: Yes. please. I know you have to have an interview.
WILLIAM: The interview usually takes about an hour and you should arrange that about a week in advance
AMBER: I suppose I should dress smartly if it’s for office work – I can probably borrow a suit (Q6) from Mum.
WILLIAM: Good idea, It’s better to look too smart than too casual
AMBER: Will I need to bring copies of my exam certificates or anything like that?
WILLIAM: No – they don’t need to see those, I don’t think.
AMBER: What about my passport (Q7)?
WILLIAM: Oh yes – they will ask to see that.
WILLIAM: I wouldn’t get stressed about the interview though. It’s just a chance for them to build a relationship with you – so they can try and match you to a job which you’ll like. This transcript is from Laokaoya website. So there are questions about personality (Q8) that they always ask candidates fairly basic ones. And they probably won’t ask anything too difficult like what your plans are for the future
AMBER: Hope not
WILLIAM: Anyway, there are lots of benefits to using an agency – for example, the interview will be useful because they’ll give you feedback (Q9) on your performance so you can improve next time.
AMBER: And they’ll have access to jobs which aren’t advertised.
WILLIAM: Exactly – most temporary jobs aren’t advertised.
AMBER: And I expect finding a temporary job this way takes a lot less time (Q10)– it’s much easier than ringing up individual companies.
WILLIAM: Yes indeed. Well I think …
剑桥雅思15 Test1 Part1雅思听力答案