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Topics: Punctuation Pages: 2 (338 words) Published: December 11, 2013
Your Name - Curriculum Vitae/CV

Personal Profile/Personal Attributes

Create 5-7 descriptive bullet-point phrases that describe your strengths and attributes. These statements should also reflect the personal qualities that the employer seeks. Keep the statements simple and clear; one line for each statement. Use a consistent format and readable typeface; use professional, concise, intelligent language. Use good, appropriate punctuation; semi-colons are effective for joining word-strings. Ensure you can provide an example (at interview) for every statement you make on your CV. Examples and guidance for this section at www.businessballs.com/curriculum.htm

Experience/Specialisms/Strengths

Create 5-7 professional statements which explain your experience/specialisms/strengths. Think about what the employer is seeking and try to match these requirements. Your statements here should be examples/evidence of how you fit the needs of the job. Statements can describe experience, skills, strengths, knowledge, style, attitude, etc. Examples and guidance for this section at www.businessballs.com/curriculum.htm

Achievements

Create 3-7 professional statements which describe your achievements. Show achievements that best illustrate your capabilities relevant to the needs of the new job. Show achievements which demonstrate that you could 'make a difference' relevantly in the job. Achievements need not be work-related, especially for young people with little work history. Importantly, give scale, facts, figures to your achievements - be concise and specific. Guidance for this section at www.businessballs.com/curriculum.htm

Career History

mth/year-mth/year - job title/function/responsibilities - employer/city - industry/sector mth/year-mth/year - job title/function/responsibilities - employer/city - industry/sector mth/year-mth/year - job title/function/responsibilities - employer/city - industry/sector

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