February 19th, 2016
When applying for a new job, your CV is the first piece of information your potential employer knows about you. It is therefore vital that your CV makes a great first impression! Putting together a successful CV is a case of taking all your skills and experience and tailoring them to the job you are applying for. Create a personal profile of a couple of sentences describing you and your skills.
It is acknowledged that recruiters typically allow 12 seconds per CV, therefore your opening paragraph and layout MUST HAVE IMPACT.
Although your CV is personal to you there are certain areas which should be included:-
- Personal & contact information,
- work history and/or experience, starting with the most current employment first, relevant skills to the job in question
- Qualifications and education
- Own interests/hobbies
Make sure you explain any gaps in employment.
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