Preparing your CV
Step 3 – General Principles of Writing a CV
Your CV should reflect your own individual style but above all else it needs
Personal - your CV should sell YOU. Your personality should
shine thorough so use language which you are comfortable with and avoid the
overused buzz words
- Use your self assessment material to factually present what you have done -
use results achieved to qualify your statements example : Designed and
implemented a new packaging process which reduced packaging errors from 100 per
month to 5,
- A CV should be no more than two pages, and a maximum of three. Think
carefully about how you construct your sentences - convey what you have to
offer and what you have done. Your CV is designed to get you an interview, your
interview will get you the job.
- Your CV must appeal to the employer. You want to come across as professional,
different and having good character and work ethics.