Are you trying to put together your resume but unsure of what you should be included in your CV? Over the past couple of months we have covered a great deal of information on CV writing for project professionals on the blog and have drawn together all this information into one easy guide.
Covering areas such as:
- An explanation of why job applications are rejected – a great start to writing your CV is to understand the pitfalls of making an application.
- Basic CV structure – an easy guide through the structuring of a professional CV, what to include!
- Understanding your target audience – you need to know what your prospective employers want to know about you, some handy hints to get you started.
- Specific detail about writing your profile and examples of good and bad profiles.
- The benefits of adding key achievements and what to state.
- Employment history – addressed with specific examples of a role, written the right and the wrong way.
- Information about stating referees and hobbies in your CV – understand how an employer views these.
This document has been compiled for those of you who want to write your CV yourself – however once you start to understand the complexity of writing your CV to include your experience and skill-set versus what the employer needs to understand, you may decide to take up the services of a professional CV writer such as The CV Righter. There’s no shame in it – in fact having a recruiters’ perspective to how your CV reads is invaluable in the ever competitive job market.
If you would like a free essential guide to CV writing, please contact us through our webpage here.