Professional CV Writing Services est 1996
Our Experience is vast and covers hundreds of sectors a few of which you can find below -
CVs for Professionals,
CVs for Specialists,
CVs for IT Consultants and Specialists,
CVs for Graduates, Finance, Agriculture, Music, Business, Commerce, and various other areas.
CVs for Teachers,
CVs for Teaching Assistants
CVs for Ambassadors
CVs for Lecturers,
CVs for Analysts,
CVs for Project Managers,
CVs for Military to Civilian,
CVs for Medical Profession, Drs, Nurses
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Everyone has off days, there is no doubt about that, but if your Curriculum Vitae, or CV as more commonly known, does not make you look attentive and alert then who is going to invite you to interview never mind employ you? To have the edge over your competitors your CV needs to be written with a positive slant throughout. It needs to demonstrate your enthusiasm and achievements as well as your qualifications and potential.
It needs to have a professional curriculum vitae layout, which is punchy and easy to read. Your CV also needs to have “keywords”. Click here for more details about keywords. In other words to surpass the competition you need to create interest and compel the reader to look at your job application more closely.
Professional CV writing is an art in itself. If you consider that most people only write about a dozen CVs in their whole lifetime and then consider that we have written thousands of successful CVs you will understand the difference between your experience of CV writing and ours. Professional CV writing specialists successfully targeting positions for Senior Management, Directors, Managers, National Managers, Global Managers, Area Managers and more... we are proud to say that the majority of our clients get through to interview with their first application. Many of our clients come back to us and say they have had several job offers and have gone with the one which has seemed to be the biggest challenge and generally has the most endearing salary.
Once the PA or Secretary has thrown out the no hopers -
Recruiters generally know in their own mind exactly what they are looking for; so do ensure your CV is well tailored and meets with its needs. The slightest error in the address of your CV or in its layout and it may be thrown aside without a second glance. Little things like the spelling of the recruiter’s name may well be enough for him to cast your CV aside. So do ensure it is correct and consider there are often two correct ways to spell a name for example Tait and Tate, Whyte and White. Although both are correct only one is correct for that specific person. Have you chosen the correct one? The job market is very tough at the moment and a recruiter who is looking at 100 or more CVs will not think twice about throwing one aside if it isn’t addressed properly. After all there are so many more people who have taken the care and effort to find out who they are addressing their CV too! Be sure you are amongst them!
The recruiter will almost always “judge a book by its cover” so to speak. He will be looking for a well presented CV and is hopeful the outside presentation is an indication of what’s inside. He will almost certainly know what he is looking for and if there is any indication whatsoever in the layout or in the address of your CV that you are slovenly and untidy -