Expert Professional Resume Writing - Designing Guidance & Services
Importance of Professional CV:
Acquiring knowledge & certificates has to be expressed with a professional content delivery system. For presentation of this professional outlook, the presentations of CV is to be made in specific design with relevant applicable content that are important for respect to job profile, designation, industry & variables.
Industry, Profile, Variables Specific CV:
One CV of an individual or profile of a company or a group may not be applicable, relevant, for all profiles, designations, industries.
Importance of Key Words:
Designing CV without proper KEY WORDS may not be able to provide direct access, filtered result to recruiters and thus such CVs may be overlooked almost all the time or may not appear in the priority search result also. Thus KEY WORDS plays an very vital role in CV filter & relevant search criteria. This improves probability of search by MNC’s and corporate who prefer to search candidates with specific keywords.
Prime Function & The purpose of Any CV:
The prime function and purpose of any CV is to get the interview opportunity. To do this you need to consider two things. Firstly the structure – is it presented professionally, ordered correctly using suitable headings helping an employer to instantly spot the information they need. Secondly, the content – how do you structure sentences, what language do you use, is it concise and do you demonstrate achievement and value?
Having reviewed thousands of CVs it’s clear many have structural issues. This is a simple error easily fixed by following a few simple guidelines. Generating the content can be tough; following a sensible structure for your CV should be easy.
Do not title your CV ‘Curriculum Vitae’ or ‘CV’
Insert on one line your email, mobile number and address
Use 3 or maximum 4 sentences and no more than 5 lines
Sentence 1 explain your experience / define who you are.
Sentence 2, explain the skills you offer.
Sentence 3, explain what you are looking for.
Use (2-4) bullet points and back up with an explanation of how you developed or used the skills
Use (2-4) bullet points and explain what your contribution meant to the employer
Work Experience - for each job, state:
- Company name / job title / dates
- Insert a one line description of the business (optional)
- Insert a sub heading ‘Responsibilities’ and use 3-4 bullet points to explain the key responsibilities
- Insert a sub heading ‘Achievements’ and use 3-4 bullet points to articulate the points you are most proud of, being explicit about what it achieved for the employer
- If you have worked for several businesses, condense the points you make for your least relevant jobs
Education & Qualifications:
State latest qualification first, summarize oldest results
Try not to be bland, instead state a point worthy of conversation
Stating up-front demonstrates you can back-up what you say
No Work Experience – Fresher:
If you have little or no work experience you should move the education section before your work experience.
Changing Career – Industry:
If you are trying to change career you should input more points in the key achievements and key skills section and reduce the focus on your work experience.
Number of Pages:
Think logically, write no more than 2-3 pages and keep it simple. An employer will flunk your CV if the structure is poor. Pass this test and they’ll take the time to evaluate the content.
We strive to provide best possible placement opportunities to students across the industries, profiles and variables. We hope the above details and guidelines may be useful for your career opportunities. For any further assistance
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