Research your prospective position
Before constructing your job application, contact the person who is listed in the job ad
to obtain as much information on the role as possible. If relevant, take a look at the company's
website and use the information in your communications where it is relevant. This will show prospective
employers you have a genuine interest and it can be a definite advantage for you. You will also be better
equipped to target your job application towards the position you are applying for.
Tips on writing effective CVs/Resume:
1- Detail Yourself Clearly:
It's important to include all your contact information on your CVs so employers can easily get in touch with you.
Personal details: Full name, Sex, Nationality, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Marital Status, Current Home Address, phone number and personal email (don’t use your work email).
List the qualification achieved from school/university: start date – end date clearly.
3-Summarize Employment History:
List your Job title, Company name, Start date – end date and list your key responsibilities.
List your own skills on personality, communication, computer knowledge and foreign languages and so on.
List all Training Course, Seminar or workshop that you have joined and already achieved the certificates.
List your interests during free time or other habit activities.
List down at least two or three referees whom you know clearly and are able to detail your employment history as well as describe well your ability.
Also, we have created CVs template for you using the basic CVs template if you have never worked before.