A typical C.V. will be laid out as follows:
dates and details of schools & colleges attended
dates and details of previous employers
job titles held
duties / full job description
significant projects worked on
PC skills / software used
previous employers who may be contacted to discuss your suitability for new positions
A well-written C.V. will give a potential employer a good idea of how suitable you are for a job and help to make a good first impression. It should contain as much information as you feel is necessary to accurately describe your education and employment background. A person may have many more attributes which will only come through in a face-to-face meeting such as communication skills, confidence etc. but a well-written C.V. is the first step towards getting to the interview stage.
When submitting your details, please remember to include a separate letter containing information such as preferred geographical location, desired remuneration package and any other information which will help us to find you the right job.