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When an employer reads your CV they are looking for evidence that you can do the job that you have applied for, and that you can do it well. It is essential therefore that your CV provides them with such evidence.

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This article will help you to structure and compose a CV that conveys the information you need, and that looks good. Heading The heading is your contact information presented at the top of the CV.  It is not necessary to put the title “Curriculum Vitae” or “CV” at the top of the page.  In the heading include: Read more…

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This CV format is useful when you need to emphasise the technical or professional skills that you have acquired.

CV

If you are like most people you will almost certainly have paid no attention to your CV since the last time you applied for a job. And like most people,when you do update your CV you will probably be tempted just to add an extra paragraph at the top, detailing the job you have just left, and Read more…

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An expertise CV is useful when you want to emphasise not just your skills, but how you have put them into practice. It defines you as a specialist, and should be closely tailored to the job you are applying for.

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This template can be used when you want to base your job search on your achievements- things that you have done well in the past, that you believe show you at your best. Achievement CVs are particularly useful when you are applying for a role that requires you to have great potential, or a track record of success.

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