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Cv Template Modern Skill

Cv Template Modern Skill

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Andrew Meechan
Andrew.meechan@hotmail.co.uk 01698 42504819 Springbank Crescent, Torhead Farm, Hamilton, ML3 8TY 
 Your personal statement is perhaps the single most important part of youCV. Get it wrong and your chances of being invited to interview aredrastically reduced.Its aim is to highlight your professional attributes and goals, summarisingwhy someone should consider your application.Find out how to write theperfect personal statement.
Technical Skills
Show that you have the relevant knowledge required to succeed in therole
Include computer software you have used and relevant trainingcourses
Personal Skills
Include some of your main attributes that are vital to the roleGood communication and flexibility are qualities that all employers lookout for,
If you are changing career thesetransferable skillswill aid yourapplication
Include any relevant professional qualifications here
Make sure you most impressive accreditations arehighest
Add any professional associations of which you are amemberDate gainedDate gainedDate joined
University Name,Location
College Name, Location
School Name, Location
Course Title, GradeCourse Title, Grade - Course Title,GradeCourse Title, Grade - Course Title,GradeGrades
Briefly explain how the courses you took have led you to your chosencareer path.Find out more about the education section of your CV
 Job Title
Company Name -www.examplelink.co.ukLocationDates of Employment You should give your reader a brief introduction to what the companydoes and explain a bit about the responsibilities your rolecovered.
.Key Achievements:
Provide a list of the key achievements you have made in your job
 Try to show evidence such as percentage increases or financialfigures
Provide enough information to entice your potential employers to callyou
Always keep examples relevant to the role you are applying for
 Job Title
Company Name -www.examplelink.co.ukLocationDates of EmploymentFor older jobs you should keep the details slightly shorter, only offeringinformation that will help you reach the next stage in your career.Key Achievements:
 Try toavoid cliché phrasesthat don’t differentiate you as acandidate
Alwaystailor your CVfor each job application to match therequirements
If something isn’t relevant, don’t be scared to leave it out
Outside interests enable a potential employer to gain an understanding towhat motivates you, what personal skills you may have and how you willintegrate into the team.Look at how job advertisements stipulate certain personality traitsrequired for positions. Identify what they are and show how your hobbiescan relate to their requirements.Find out more about what to include in you personal interests section.

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