What is a C.V.?
Make sure you……
Also Make sure you…….
Student C.V. for a part-time job
Student C.V. looking for full time job.
Student covering letter
Facts and figures on student C.V.s (Research by Kent University)
Email C.V. and web C.V.
If you are already in the work place you will concentrate on three slightly different types of C.V.
If you looking to remain in the sector of the market you are currently in
This will best match your skills to your work experience and make it very clear where each skill was used
If you are looking to move sectors or move upwards in your current sector
Skills Led or Functional C.V.
This shows your skills right at the very top. Because they are not linked to your experience a prospective employer will not associate skills and work experience together.
If you want to change career, had a varied employment history, have taken a career break or have qualifications not directly related to your target job.
Profile led C.V.
This splits skills from work experience again so that a prospective employer will not link your skills just with your work experience.
How to write your profile