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B​en Recruitment 



Writing a Cover Letter and Curriculum Vitae can be a daunting challenge for jobseekers, especially, if you are unsure of how, it will be written in content and detail. 


To appeal to a prospective agency or a new employer who would want to take you as a serious applicant for the work which is currently available.  


We have a few tips to enhance your CV and help you land the job aspirations.


Create a Cover Letter and tailor your CV using this template


To gain advantage in the job market 


The construction of your CV** has been made simple with this template guide below. 


To help you structure and personalise your CV with specific task of tailoring it to the job role you want to apply for in either a temporary or permanent capacity.  


Here are the following 6 steps to guide you during the creation process:


  1. In the Personal Statement section keep the summary of your work experience and it includes specific details of your applicable experience related to the job advertisement and do not generalise. Ensure that this part is kept short and straight to the point with  a written entry in this section at most five to six lines.
  2. In the Key Skills section of the document you will need to make sure that you streamline the essential skills that you can bring to the role, for example, software or hardware packages you have worked with in an IT related job. Again the written key strength of your skills will need to be bullet-points and a maximum of six to eight lines at most in this section.
  3. In the Work Experience section should work backwards to include your most current or recent work history and thereafter previous work experience or relevant volunteer placement. Obviously, do showcase your skills, experience in one lined sentences for each job role and also make use of bullet-points to highlight your essential responsibilities.
  4. In the Education section this should be self explanatory, following the similar written approach of the work experience mentioned earlier to list your qualifications, educational institutions attended, course undertaken and grade achieved. Also make sure you highlight any further education, training courses or membership/professional/industry standard attended and qualification achieved.
  5. In the Hobbies section it is self explanatory of the social activities you current engage in during your personal time to give the potential employer indication of your capacity to engage individual or team circle.
  6. In the References section a simple 'References are available on request' should be place at the end and centre of your CV. You should reserve giving a full reference on this document unless requested by the agency or employer.


The creation of a Cover Letter** is always seen as an introduction to your CV, a window for any potential employer to view you as a possible employee into their business. 


In similar regard, a cover letter like your CV is another essential key to your job search process.


Which can be constructed in two optional formats for either Temporary or Permanent job opportunities. 


  1. The first format of constructing your cover letter, If you are considering temporary work with this agency, please submit your request by mentioning briefly the job title, salary, showcase current or previous  responsibilities undertaken and location of the job opportunity of interest, in order for one of our consultant to get in contact with you.
  2.  The second format of constructing  your cover letter, if you are considering permanent work with any job opportunities. You will need to write a more detailed and tailored cover letter demonstrating the job experience qualities that separates you from another applicants. Instances for this will require you to mention in a complementary manner associated with your CV. By highlighting your relevant aspects for example, key skills and work experience relating to the position in this section of the document.
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