When it comes to job hunting, your CV is essential. Get it right, and you’ll have an interview in no time, but get it wrong, and you may face rejection after rejection. Every CV is different as you want to show why your set of skills makes you suitable for the position you’re applying for at that moment, but all follow a similar structure.
What is a CV?
Your CV, is a personal marketing document used to sell yourself to prospective employers. It should tell them about you, your professional history and your skills, abilities, and achievements. Ultimately, it should highlight why you’re the best person for the job. A CV is required when applying for a job. In addition to your CV, employers may also require a cover letter and a completed application form.
Finbarr Sheehy has coached thousands of people develop and improve their CVs. He will show you the best structure to follow to develop a CV that will get you an interview.
|Section 1: Learning Objectives|
|Section 2: The Purpose of the CV|
|Section 3: The Structure of the CV|
|Section 4: Summary|