Information about CV writing, application forms, covering letters, interviews and selection tests.
Searching for a job can be a difficult time and there are a number of ways you might be asked to apply. Whether you are writing a CV for the first time, tailoring a CV for a specific role or applying through an application form there are a few ideas that you may want to consider.
There is no universal format for a CV, but there are some basic guidelines on what to include.
In most cases, your CV will be a potential employer's first impression of you. If an employer isn't impressed with your CV, they probably won't take the time to interview you and therefore meet you personally. Follow our tips to write the best CV you can.
Information about the three main formats of a CV - the chronological, functional and performance formats.
Your application form could make or break your chances of being selected for interview, so you need to make sure it's done well.
When you apply for a job, you should always include a covering letter with your application. A covering letter provides you with an opportunity to promote yourself to an employer and present your application in context.
If you have been invited to interview, you must ensure that you are thoroughly prepared.
A quick introduction to some of the tests you may come across in your recruitment and selection process.