Top 10 rules for your CV

Get on the right path to a job with these top CV Tips says Gosia Banach, parent Employment Adviser A CV has one function, to get you an interview with a particular employer. So make sure it sells you well. It has to show why YOU should get their JOB, so make sure your CV matches their requirements. Once you … Continue reading Top 10 rules for your CV

CV checklist

Before you send off your CV, Have a cup of coffee and let Mercedes Grant ask you five questions… Does your CV make a convincing case that YOU are the best person for the job Have you checked that your CV matches the advert. Have you checked the spelling and grammar – including getting another person to read it … Continue reading CV checklist

Verbs to use in your CV

Accomplished Achieved Administered Advised Analysed Approved Applied Arranged Assessed Assisted AttainedBought Budgeted BuiltCared Calculated Captured Centralised Checked Cleaned Collected Combined Completed Composed Conceived Conducted Consolidated Consulted Controlled Converted Cooked Coordinated Corrected Created Cut Decreased Defined Delivered Demonstrated Designed Determined Developed Devised Diagnosed Directed Distributed Documented Doubled Drew Drove Earned Edited Eliminated Encouraged Engaged Engineered Ensured … Continue reading Verbs to use in your CV

How to write a Cover letter

The Rules Should be one side of A4 Personally addressed to the relevant individual Clearly states the job you are applying for Includes the main reason why you the best person for the job. Shows you are interested in their organisation Click for an example of how to write a Cover letter

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