A CV needs to include enough information for the recruiter to decide whether you are likely to be a suitable candidate, so you should include:
- Contact details – name, address, mobile phone number, email address;
- Knowledge – educational or professional qualifications, dates of institutions attended;
- Skills and competencies – ability to work in a team, manage customers, specific IT skills, level of responsibility;
- work related experiences – periods of paid or unpaid work, previous employers, job titles, examples of tasks;
- Referees – two people who can comment on your paid or unpaid work.
It’s important to tailor your CV to the needs of the recruiter and the particular job. So, if there is a job specification or job description, show how you are a good fit by giving examples of how your experience, knowledge and skills fit the requirements of the job, paying particular attention to the ones marked ‘essential’.
Your ‘CV’ is an advert for you, an opportunity to sell yourself to potential employers. Your ‘CV’ is the first step in the recruitment process so it has to be right and in excellent format and style.
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