Write a paragraph on the company’s activities, the projects they are involved in, in which countries they operate, the projects you have worked for them on and the cost of these projects.
Detail the exact period of your employment, followed by the Company Name and the position held. Write a detailed account of any specific equipment, procedures, or duties that you performed in the position, which would be relevant to the position you are applying for, including your exposure to ISO compliance.
Write a detailed account of any specific equipment, procedures, or duties that you performed in the position, which would be relevant to the position you are applying for, including your exposure to ISO compliance in chronological order.
Write a detailed account of your responsibilities in the position, including your day to day activities, who you report to, who reports to you, administration required by you, how who communicate to your superiors (by reports, presentations or meetings), how you control your subordinates etc.
A potential employer, will be reviewing CV’s most of their working day, to identify CV’s that match the job description. It is therefore very important that you submit an application that stands out from the rest.
If you are applying for a specific job, it is very important that you find out the job description, from the potential employer.
The reviewer will be very impressed with an application that has already identified the key points of the job description, and given examples of how they match this requirement. This is known as an executive brief.
The information you receive will enable you to complete the executive brief. Secondly, it is important that you are seen to be enthusiastic and willing to find out details about the position.DOWNLOAD PDF WITH EXAMPLES
The information required in these type of keyword searches is usually specific equipment that you have worked on, specific countries you have worked in, and specific internationally recognized standards, boards, companies etc. It should also include industry standard key words such as a certain position that you have worked as.
All CV's will be processed into electronic format, including CV's that are sent as hard copies. This means that your CV should be prepared to ensure that when your hard copy is OCR'd (Optical Character recognition) it should be kept in the same format as you intended. Although OCR technology is improving it is better to keep the format of your CV as conventional as possible (ie. Block format).DOWNLOAD PDF WITH EXAMPLES