What is a CV?

A CV (also known as a Curriculum Vitae, or résumé), is a written overview of your skills, education, and work experience.

They may be used for a variety of reasons, however, the most common of these is to send to prospective employers when looking for a new job.

Personal Profile

  • A few sentences which characterise you
  • A chance to show your personality
  • Target your CV towards the role

The Good…

A hardworking, enthusiastic individual seeking a call centre role where I can use my strong communication and customer service skills. I am a quick learner, keen to develop new skills and I pick up new procedures quickly. I have a proven ability to achieve targets and deadlines which is incredibly important for a customer service operative. I have a genuine interest and enthusiasm for working and progressing within a call centre environment


The Average…

  Naturally good with colleagues I am enthusiastic, punctual and reliable.  Highly adaptable and quick to pick up new procedures or take instructions.  Now seeking to gain more skills and develop career.


  The Ugly…

  A hardworking, team player who can work on my own or in a team. Enthusiastic, reliable,  hardworking, a quick learner and willing to undertake training. Looking for a job in Retail, Warehousing, Care or Bar Work

Cover letter Advice/Template

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Types of CV’s

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Interview preparation

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Body Language

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