CV Example General

A curriculum vitae is more detailed than a resume. In general, the resume should be a maximum of two pages, while the CV needs to be a minimum of two pages. The CV Example General is a document that provides CV examples to teach applicants how to design a CV. You had better highlight your strengths and relevant skills, experience in your CV to make a good impression on the employers. Please feel free to download the examples provided on our website. We wish you good luck in interview.

Forename Surname
Personal Details
Address: Main address
Home Tel: Preferred telephone number(s)
Email: Usually a personal email address
Introduction
This is the “I am” statement. This could be “I am a successful xxxxx with 15 years experience
in the Media industry. I have won several awards and promotions for work delivered … You
should try to avoid the “I am a highly flexible, dynamic individual with a passion for being
challenged … I work equally well alone or as part of a team …” sort of statements.
Career History
This section should be given in reverse date order … so most recent first.
Month / Year to Present
Team Leader, MadMedia Limited
Explain your market focus, function and geographical reach. Try to use a single paragraph to
give a snapshot of your role plus any staff and budgetary responsibility etc.
Key role responsibilities.
Key successes in measurable terms. There may be several of these so highlight
each with a separate bullet point.
Any P&L or budgetary responsibility.
Any merits, awards or achievements.
Any personal development items.
As you apply these sections to your CV, consider their relative balance. If your most recent
role lasted 3 years and it is described over 8 lines then you should try to avoid describing your
previous role of 2 years using 25 lines. Employers generally wish to identify how successful
you have been most recently.
Month / Year to Month / Year
Operational Individual, ANOMedia plc.
Explain your market focus, function and geographical reach. Try to use a single paragraph to
give a snapshot of your role plus any staff responsibilities, budgetary responsibility etc.
Key role responsibilities.
Key successes in measurable terms. There may be several of these so highlight
each with a separate bullet point.
Any P&L or budgetary responsibility.
Any merits, awards or achievements.
Any personal development items.
Qualifications
This section will list any vocational qualifications such as Prince 2 for Project Management or
ACCA for accounting. For example
2007: MBA
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