A CV is the first impression your future employer will have of you and first impressions are critical to success. It paints a picture of who you are and what you can bring to the organisation. If you want to stand out in a sea of other candidates, follow these tips when creating your CV.
Short and to the point
Firstly, you want the person to read the CV so keep it short and concise in
Congratulations on making it through to the interview process. You have impressed the employer with your skills and working accomplishments on paper, now it is time to impress your potential employer face to face. An interview is not only a great way to showcase your skills but also your personality. At Deployed, we pride ourselves on building relationships between clients and employers and an interview is the first step towards this. Prepare for your interview
Congratulations on making it through to the interview stage. You have impressed the employer with your work skills and experience on paper and now they want to find out more about you and how you can make a positive contribution to their team.
It is very important to know exactly when you are receiving the call and that you are well prepared for when the phone rings. Follow these easy steps to take the stress out
What you wear during your interview will creative a perception of the kind of person you are. Your clothing says a lot about your personality. Follow these 6 tips to ensure you are giving the right first impression:
Research your Company
The company you are interviewing for may have a relaxed approach to business attire so a full suit may not be necessary. If in doubt, ask your Deployed advisor and it’s always better to play it
During your interview, you will be expected to talk about your previous work experience and work history. Your employer will want to know what you did for the company, how you helped them grow, what your employer and other staff thought of you and reasons why you left. It is important to portray your work history as a positive experience. Study your CV before your interview and think of possible questions your interviewer could pull