Make your eligibility status evident and clearly visible on your CV (e.g. being an EU national or Working Visa holder (make note of what Stamp number it is) when applying for jobs. This will assist the reader in determining your candidature for a position. Ensure this information is prevalent in your email, top of your cover … More Eligibility Status
When tailoring your CV for an application, try and reflect the terminology used in the job description.
I have been asked to elaborate in relation to the’ skills matrix’ that was referenced in a previous post… Creating a skills matrix is a useful preparation tool when it comes to applying for jobs and I request one from anyone that I work with. It will provide clarity as to how suited you are to a position and … More Job Suitability and the Skills Matrix
When it comes to an Interview, it is all about first impressions. Being prepared is essential to making a good one! You have applied for a position; your skills and experience are coming up as a match to the requirement and subsequently you have been called to interview. Do not do yourself an injustice! Put … More Interview Preparation: The SPREAD Technique
The below is to help illustrate what is described in The KISS of Life for the Technical CV, it can also be used as a templete to work from: Name Address: Mobile: E-mail: Linkedin: Summary Brief synopsis of career history starting with your present level of ability and the number of years’ experience… Certification, Training … More TECHNICAL CV TEMPLATE
Reviewing, revising and at times re-writing CV’s in full, has happened on more occasions than I wish to admit, but it’s worth it when you finally have a ‘pièce de résistance’ that you know represents your candidate at their best as well as providing the correct and relevant information to the client. The end, certainly … More The KISS of Life for the Technical CV