CV Writing

Many jobseekers do not realise that the way their CV is presented is critical to their success in the selection process. Most Recruiters will be dealing with many applications per vacancy and they are usually working to tight deadlines. They will not have the time to search through too many pages and will be looking for key words in your CV. A good CV will help you get through the selection process. The structure of your CV should include the following :- Your name, address and contact numbers; Personal profile which is a brief statement about your qualities Work history starting with your most recent position and working backwards Academic qualifications and vocational training i.e. GCSE’s, A Levels, Degree, NVQ’s, IT skills and internal training courses Hobbies and interests Ideally your CV should not be more than two pages and your employment history should have the dates that you worked and your employer’s name followed by your job title and responsibilities under separate bullet points. Make sure you account for any gaps in your employment history i.e. travelling or taking time out. Please call or email for further advice or download our CV Template by clicking on the link below:
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