Your CV should be clear, concise and include only what’s relevant to the job you’re applying for. The advice here can help you achieve these aims.
You should include a covering letter with your CV, unless the job advert tells you not to. Employers read covering letters first; your aim is to persuade them to move on to the CV. You’ll find some tips in this section on how to grab the employer’s attention.
Many employers ask for application forms instead of CVs. We’ve come up with some advice to help you put together winning applications forms.
There are three types of CV. This article will help you decide which style is best for your situation.
You’ve got a good idea of which type of CV to use; now you need some advice on how to make it as attractive as possible to an employer.
Covering letters are very important – they can be the first impression you make on the employer. You need to grab their attention so they go on to read your CV. This article is full of useful tips to help you win that interview invite.
More and more employers are using electronic application forms as a way of recruiting staff, so knowing how to fill one in is essential. This covers everything from advice on which font to use right up to tips on how to complete the key sections commonly found on forms.