One of the most important parts of the hiring process is the CV/ resume.
Your CV is your first introduction to your potential employer.
You need to be able to present your CV in a way that sells you to the company.
You can separate yourself from the pack with a great CV.
While others don't give this step much thought, and they ignore the new rules that have evolved over the years...you won't!
And you'll present yourself as the capable candidate for the job.
Your resume will shoot straight to the top of the stack.
This mini-course comes with 3 bonuses, packed with resources that will help you land that interview:
BONUS #1: Supporting Statements
BONUS #2: Cover Letters
BONUS #3: Applicant Tracking Systems
Are you applying for jobs in the public sector? If you are, you might need to complete an online application form which includes a supporting statement. This module provides you with an overview of how to create a supporting statement to support your application.
Should you include a cover letter when submitting your CV for a job? My answer to that is a resounding YES! A cover letter is your opportunity to explain and sell yourself to a future employer in a way that your resume/CV does not allow. This is especially important if you are making a career change.
The term Applicant Tracking is applied to the use of electronic application systems. The application is completed online and you might be asked to either submit a supporting statement (See module 2) or upload your CV. In this module, we explore how to set out your CV for best results when submitting it through an electronic application system