You have applied for that position you wanted so badly for a very long time, and after you have submitted your CV, you finally got the call for the interview. You face another challenge which will determine the fate of your career. A Job Interview, especially for a job in London, is perhaps the most important step of the whole hiring process altogether. Although shrewd HR professionals can tell a lot about you by just taking a look at your CV, but nothing seals their judgement and opinion like the interview.
The kick-off step to your job search is developing a concise and correct CV, which briefly describes your profile and experience to your employer, while also not missing out on anything that is essential. A CV with errors or typos can lead to its rejection, even though you may be qualified for a position applied for. The following are a few tips on how to prepare a CV that earns you a job interview call.
As with any letter, the intention letter that is attached to your CV should be well written. It should clearly explain why you are applying for a job position with this employer. You will want to keep this first paragraph brief and to the point. You do not need to embellish the facts, simply state why you want a Continue reading “Writing a Good Intention Letter”
A curriculum vitae or CV is the introduction you will make to your prospective employer. This is the first time that you will have contact with you prospective employer so you will want your CV to stand out. There will be many other applicants who are vying for the same position as you are applying for, so you want to make sure that your CV shows that you would be the best candidate for the position.
First and foremost, you will want to make sure you are completely honest when writing your CV. Do not embellish the facts, instead be straight forward Continue reading “Writing a Good Curriculum Vitae”