Produce a core cv and then create other versions that are tailored for specific roles that you apply for.
Use the grammar checker in MS Word or Google Docs(free). Spelin and poore gramer will wrek youre chance of sucess!
Format the CV and be consistent with your technique throughout the document.
4. Personal Detail:
Use the header on page 1 for name. The footer on all pages for your address and contact methods. Any other pertinent personal detail should be put at the very end.
If you have a Linkedin, twitter, Facebook page or other social site that provides another dimension to your CV then reference it on your contact detail. If your Social image does not portray you in a positive way then take action immediately.
6. Key Words:
Build your CV around key words and phrases from the job description or advert.
Know where your CV is going. Make contact with the recruiter or employer, find out who is responsible and ask about the process and time scale involved.
Use an email that is either your name or a variation of your name. Never use comedic or pet names.
Identify each CV with your name and the date you created it.Save to a folder that has the job title and you applied as its name. Save all folders under a master folder such as CV2011.
If you know how to create a simple database then use one to organise your CV and career search.