Recruiters typically form views on the quality of a CV/candidate very quickly. Do not do anything to damage your credibility and always show yourself in the most positive manner.
Often recruiters receive a large number of CV’s for the roles they advertise. It is important that your CV stands out instantly and captures their attention with all the reasons you are suitable for the role.
When possible, your CV should include a full list your key strengths and a clear summary of the responsibilities and achievements in each role during the last 10-15 years. If you have relevant tertiary education, other qualifications or professional memberships they should be included.
We suggest you keep the CV brief and to the point, it does not need to detail your life history. The CV should be modified to suit each role being applied as you feel is appropriate.
Whether you are a graduate or have more extensive work experience, your CV likely needs updating. If you are looking for a new job you need to go to a professional online CV maker in the UK for a professional CV....more