Once qualified the majority of your applications for a new job will be by using a CV. Your CV is your “shop window” so it is important to get it right. Your CV should be … Continue reading Changing Job: Top Tips for Preparing your CV
Don’t just send the CV and forget about it. If there is going to be a delay between sending the CV and a decision being made and your circumstances have changed – send the firm … Continue reading CV How to #4: Keep your CV Up to Date.
Previously I have been talking about the more chronological CV split into Education and Work History – the more traditional CV that we use for Training Contract Applications. Today I wish to have a closer … Continue reading CV How to #3: The Hybrid CV – focusing on your skills
5 common mistakes and how to avoid them: Spelling & Punctuation Everyone knows this one. Everyone highlights the importance of proofreading, but the reality is a lot of mistakes still slip through. Your eyes adjust, … Continue reading CV how to #2: 5 Common Mistakes to Avoid
I know most training contract applications have now been submitted – but there is no time like the present to improve your CV. The training contract hunt realistically should be all year round. Of course … Continue reading CV how to #1: The CV in Bullet Points
Covering letters (and CVs) are a vital part of writing any job application. What is even more important is to follow your prospective employer’s instructions. If you were taught how to make a job application … Continue reading C is for… Covering Letters