CV Templates and Cover Letters

  • 5 Easy Steps To Clean Up Your CV

    Your CV is the one document that sells you as a candidate and so your CV needs to sell itself. There’s no point hiding your wonderful skills and experience beneath clumsy phrasing and a sloppy layout. Here are 5 ways you can clean up your CV for a more impressive application: 1. No Mistakes This is a big one. ...
  • Redundancy CV and Interview Preparation

    Before you start the job hunt, you need to be prepared. Redundancy CV template – here’s what to include and what not to include in a post-redundancy CV. •    Be concise – Employers don’t have a lot of time to look at CVs nowadays so keep it punchy and focus on the main points. No more than ...
  • 8 Creative Jobseekers with Insanely Unique CVs

    In this current work climate in which it seems you need experience to get experience and that you need a job to get another, people have gone to extreme lengths to get noticed…   1. Adam After graduating with a degree in media production, Adam Pacitti spent his last £500 on a billboard in a last-ditch attempt to get ...
  • How to Market Yourself

    You know you’re good at your job and have a lot to offer but you’re always being passed up for promotion or just missing out on landing that dream job. Why? The answer is probably because you’re not selling yourself as well as the other candidates. Here, we look at five ways to market yourself better and show ...
  • CV Clichés Employers Are Tired Of Reading

    Your CV. A mysterious document that is somehow supposed to sell you as the most ideal candidate possible whilst also avoiding clichés and making sure you don’t appear too arrogant. Simple right? We’re kidding… Writing your CV can sometimes feel like a minefield full of dangerous obstacles to trip you up. Think of ‘clichés’ as ...