Some suggestions for your CV:
Your full name, current address, latest contact telephone numbers, email address and any other personal information you would like to add. Brief account as to your personality, your characteristics, your strengths and an idea of your future career ideas.
You should highlight your specific skills. All qualifications gained which are relevant to the position you are applying for. Include courses completed, all IT skills including the level of your experience and skills. Your highest qualification should be shown first. List all qualifications & grades along with the subject and name of educational establishment.
Layout your CV in reverse order starting with the present making sure you list job title, name of organization, location, dates of employment. Descriptions of your responsibilities and achievements in that position especially those relevant to the position you are applying for.
List some of your interests outside the work environment which reflect the sort of person you are.
You must make sure that the presentation of your CV is clear and easy to read and also reflecting a positive and reliable attitude to past working experiences. Grammar and spelling is a must.
Helpful tips when writing your CV
Your CV (Curriculum Vitae) is your one chance to make an impression and is a crucial part of the job application process. It needs to sell your attributes and reflect your key skills and experience as well as convince the potential employer that they should interview you.
We at Abbey Mortimer Ltd feel that your CV should be no more than a two or three page document with a covering letter which highlights your specific skills and experience. You should summarize your educational background, qualifications, employment and experience reflecting positive attitudes to demonstrate how you meet the requirements of a specific position.