Send Me The Simple Format Of Making A CV.
This is the most common email I get. Often people ask for a standard CV, there is no such thing!! Neither really is there a simple CV, this is a case of the more effort you put in, the more you get out.
There is no right or wrong here, just accepted norms.
This is covered in these sections, pleased reread them here. There are checklists and samples for you to download.
Here is a basic format for a CV
Include personal and contact details -name, phone number, email address, perhaps any professional social media presence. You don’t need to include your date of birth, because of age discrimination rules.
Write a personal profile which sells yourself and your qualities, and tailor it towards each job you apply for.
Include relevant Significant Achievements, if you can. Quantify them “I Grew sales by 10% year on year, “I reduced overheads by 5%”, “I cultivated relationships with existing clients achieving a 20% increase in business”.
Career history, starting with your most recent job. Include dates and temporary or voluntary jobs
Qualifications and training, both academic and from previous jobs, the most recent first.
Interests, if they are relevant and the skills or teamwork concerned are relevant for the position
References, two or more and including a recent employer
Include any other information, such as reasons for a career change or reasons for gaps in career history, though this can be dealt with in a cover letter