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g Kamel HAOUALA, My name is Alesia Benedict, and as CEO of getinterviewscv.co.uk I want to thank you for submitting your CV for Evaluation. Does your CV showcase your skills and talents or just tell your story? You will find out shortly through expert feedback from your professional CV Analyst. Within the next 48 business hours, your Professional Analyst will complete your CV critique and email it to you with a link to login to our CV system. Be sure to check your spam and/or bulk folders for our emails so you don’t miss your CV review! A winning CV will help speed up your job search! To compete in today’s marketplace, a CV must aggressively showcase your skills, talents and accomplishments to a potential employer and effectively demonstrate how YOU can contribute to their performance and success. In essence, the CV must answer the question: Why does the company want to hire YOU, as opposed to every other qualified individual who has also submitted their CV? At GetInterviewsCV, we continually seek out feedback of recruiters and hiring authorities on what they want to see in a CV. We KNOW CVs, and can spot errors that you can’t, because we know what hiring managers look for in a CV. That’s why top websites and organisations have us as their CV Expert (maybe that’s even how you heard about us.) Our writing service even comes with a guarantee: interviews in 30 days or we re-write for free. Without question, our clients have access to the best people, the best practices and the best industry insights available. For 15+ years, we have been helping thousands of job seekers land interviews faster and we look forward to doing the same for you! Cheers, Alesia Benedict CEO, getinterviewscv.co.uk oogle traduction

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goHi Haouala, Thank you for selecting us for your CV critique. My name is Sheryl Morrison and I have reviewed your document and prepared some comments that I hope will give you some insight. With the International Job Market so vast with opportunities, an English CV can help you open more doors and gain more interviews faster. Keep in mind I am reviewing your document as it relates to the needs and demands of the employment market. We stay in tune with what recruiters and hiring managers want and need in a CV and our experience in writing professional CVs is unmatched in the industry. Before I begin, I do need to warn you about my style, because my comments can seem rather direct though I mean no offence. The reality is the job market is very competitive now, so I find it beneficial to be upfront rather than "yes" people to death. (I hate when it's done to me!) Let's get started! It will help to have a copy of your CV nearby for reference as I make comments. SUMMARY/INTRODUCTION First and foremost, Haouala, why have you not included a summary or profile at the beginning? Without it, you've wasted the most valuable real estate in the CV - the first half of the first page. A great, hard-hitting summary is vital to position you right from the start. The summary section is actually the most-read section of the CV by hiring managers (it's the "hook"). Without it, you miss the chance to get the reader's attention, encouraging him/her to read further to learn more about you. In addition to a great summary, I recommend including a "Core Competencies" section within the summary to get the reader's attention right from the start. It provides a quick and comprehensive look at your strengths from the beginning of the CV as well as help with those crucial key words so you can be found on the net! Core competencies should be specific areas of expertise and knowledge that can be supported by solid accomplishments. You need to move your "Education" to the end of the CV. Presenting academics early in the CV gives off the impression they are your best assets. You also have too much detail here. Employers just need to know that you have a degree, not when it was obtained. Readers often use the dates to determine the age of the job seeker. Remember age discrimination can go both ways so it’s best not to risk it by omitting them. CONTENT The entire document is unorganised and difficult to read through. Potential employers will need to read the CV word for word in order to find out what you have achieved throughout your career, and this won’t happen! Employers don’t have the time to completely read each and every CV that comes across their desk; they will spend approximately 30 seconds skimming each one. For this reason, it is essential to use an easy to read format which will highlight your accomplishments. By using bullets to begin each line, you lose the initial intent of pulling the reader's eye to the content. The purpose of bullets is to draw attention and they are usually best reserved for results and accomplishments. You've lumped accomplishments and duties into the bullets when those two must be separated and formatted differently to be effective. Take a close look...some of your bullets are task-based, not results-based. For example: - Preparation of a Manual of work processes for cattle and a Manual of work processes for poultry - Guide of the best ways to milking You should be using powerful, industry-specific words rather than these brief, thin statements. Quality job descriptions should vividly describe the scope of your job and create a good frame of reference for your achievements. Instead, your statements are very vague and simply do not paint a strong picture. For example, you state, “Technical Audit”, - How will this help you impress the reader? These descriptions aren't accurately speaking for the experiences you've had. It is your job to make sure the right information jumps off the page. Employers look for achievers, candidates who go above and beyond their job duties. Your CV should describe your best accomplishments so employers want to take a chance on you. To be effective and create excitement, it needs to be much more results-based - "what was achieved as a result of what you did?" Employers are looking for results. What you have is mainly just job description that they already know and it is going to be very similar to all the other qualified candidates. The ones who get the interviews will be those who show the results of their work. Show the reader what you have achieved! You have taken your work history too far back in time by going all the way back to 1980. Employers are generally interested only in the past 10-15 years experience because it is most relevant to the challenges they face today. If you are concerned about showing depth, there are ways to truncate your older experience whilst still showing you have good background from which to draw upon. Always include a name and a brief description of the companies you have worked at. By including main product/service delivered, annual revenues, size, number of employees, markets, etc., you will help the reader get a clearer picture of the environments in which you have worked. Also, we don't recommend using months in your dates of employment because it makes your career history appear "choppy". The only exception is for the positions that were for less than 1 year. CV writing is very time consuming and complex, Haouala. It is about knowing what the reader is seeking, knowing how to get your message across succinctly, and knowing how to create clarity in your message. I truly believe that a well written CV is the most important tool a professional needs to get interviews. MECHANICS You have grammatical errors in the form of incorrect verb tenses. Your current position should be written with all present tense verbs and all other job descriptions should be written in past tense (obtained vs. obtaining, etc.). Basic errors like this truly hurt your chances of being called for an interview, because that is not something the reader expects at your level. You have consecutive sentences or bullets starting with the same word and/or you overuse some of the same words at the beginning of sentences. Just one example is “improve”. Change up your wording to create interest. When most job candidates write their own CVs, they don't consider word choice. Their primary concern is getting down the basic information. What you might not realize is that verbiage is critical, and the wrong word choice can sabotage your CV. When writing your CV, it's important to consider your audience. The average recruiter and/or hiring manager sees hundreds of CVs from qualified candidates for any given job opening. CVs begin to look and sound the same. Make yours unique and stand out from the crowd of other CVs. DESIGN Moving on to the design, I would recommend a more professional look-and-feel to the document. A lot can be done with the formatting and design to improve first visual impressions whilst still maintaining a conservative appearance. This is especially important because employers expect you to have a more pulled-together, slick presentation of yourself because they expect you to give a professional presentation to others with whom you would be dealing at your target level. Visual impression is the first impression so make it good. OVERALL IMPRESSIONS/STRATEGY Considering your career experience and target jobs, your CV is definitely not marketing you in your best light. It does not convince the reader of your qualifications, instead merely having faith the reader will make assumptions about your performance and read between the lines – definitely not what you want. You are not giving the reader the right information to make an educated decision about your abilities nor are you providing a positive first impression that spurs the reader to consider an interview. All-in-all, I don't think you're putting your "best foot forward" if you plan to continue to use this CV in its current condition. You’re underselling yourself. I feel you have so much more to offer an employer than you're sharing on your CV. Time to toot your own horn and show all you have achieved. This is what they want to see, and these are what will set you apart from the rest of the crowd (and it's a large crowd) against which you are competing. You are in need of a more effective self-marketing brochure - one that shows your high calibre. This document isn't doing that for you. Go back and re-read your CV, and you will see that this document is selling you short. The bottom line: Your CV simply does not reflect your professional calibre at all. You have an excellent background...you have the qualifications...but you are just not making that first impression count. Please understand, all of this is not to say that you are not a good candidate merely that the way your CV presents your career is not yet very effective or exciting to the reader (who typically has read 100+ CVs just before getting to yours). In this market, your CV really needs to serve as your personal branding document. ***OUR SIMPLE, EFFECTIVE PROCEDURES*** Our writers are highly accomplished Certified Professional CV Writers with years of experience in effective CV/covering letter preparation, branding, and career marketing strategies. Our firm provides customised critiques, CVs and career search tools for you based on YOUR specific professional needs. Our CV writing team has prepared more than 100,000 results-oriented CVs with an unparalleled level of success and we even guarantee interviews! Our service, credentials, and experience are unmatched in the industry. When you decide to take advantage of our CV writing service, you can expect the following process: 1. Your assigned CV writer (not me) will email you a set of questions that will ask you things you haven't even thought to include on your CV. This information will aid in transforming your weak CV into a powerful, attention-grabbing document. Please check your SPAM/JUNK folder as it may go there; if you do not receive contact from your writer within 24 business hours, please email me and LET ME KNOW so we can ensure a smooth process for you. 2. After you complete and return that information, your writer reviews the data and contacts you to "pick your brain" about certain answers. 3. Your writer then completes the first draft of your new CV, submits it to you for review, and then incorporates any revisions you may have. 4. Once you're completely happy with your new CV, your writer finalises the document for you and sends it to you in Word format. It normally takes only a few days to complete the entire process. We know how important every day is when job searching, so we don't want to keep you waiting. ***OUR GUARANTEE*** Our guarantee is as simple as it sounds: We guarantee you will get interviews in 30 days using our CV and covering letter or we'll rewrite for free! ***PRICING AND FREE COVERING LETTER OFFER*** For a limited time, we've reduced our prices to help our job seekers land a new job faster. The investment to create your CV is now only €395.00 (that's a savings of €30). The cost is a modest investment in your future and career. A CV that shortens your job search by one day, or results even in a 1% increase in salary, it pays for itself. An ineffective CV can cost thousands of Euros in lost time, income, and opportunity. Limited-Time Bonus: If you purchase the CV within the next 7 days, we'll write an effective, door-opening covering letter for FREE (a €85 value)! This is a limited-time offer. As an additional Bonus, we are including a 35 page ebook on interviewing for success! This is a €30 value you will receive free with your order. Find out the top secret answers in this comprehensive ebook as it prepares you for the tough interviewing questions so you can land a new job faster! Order the CV Service now and you will receive this Limited Bonus with your order. In order to purchase the services, click the link, http://www.getinterviewscv.co.uk/lms, and login using the username and password provided below. I suggest that you copy and paste the username and password into the appropriate boxes to avoid typos. Once you are logged in, click on the invoice and complete the ordering process. You will receive an email receipt and your writer will be in touch. We look forward to working with you! TO ORDER: billing link: http://www.getinterviewscv.co.uk/lms username: kamel.haouala@yahoo.fr password: monitor **TRUST IN OUR CREDENTIALS** We are the CV Experts for more than 25 top career sites and organisations You will be in excellent hands in working directly with our professional team. Some of our firm's extensive credentials include: • Named the #1 CV Writer of the Year by PARW • Named one of the Top 10 Industry Leaders by PARW • Cited by Jist Publications as one of the "Best CV Writers" • Cited as employment experts in The Wall Street Journal's CareerJournal.com and National Business Employment Weekly • Featured in: TheCareerJournal, Executive Registry • Former Executive Board Members, PARW • Among PARW's Top 10 Industry Leaders • Programme Chair Person: Training and Member Development (PARW) • Programme Chair Person: Chapter Development (PARW) • Certified Professional CV Writers (CPRW) • Charter Board Members - Career Masters Institute • CV Expert for more than 25 organisations • Internationally Certified Job and Career Transition Coaches (JCTC) • More than 500 CVs/letters published in 60 McGraw-Hill and JIST books • Numerous TV and radio appearances • Online presenters and bloggers on career issues Best Regards, Sheryl Morrison Professional Analyst smorrison@getinterviews.com GetinterviewsCV.co.uk We guarantee interviews in 30 days or we'll rewrite for free! ogle traduction

Last Update: 2014-10-05
Subject: General
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Reference: Anonymous
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Google Translation

gHi Haouala, Thank you for selecting us for your CV critique. My name is Sheryl Morrison and I have reviewed your document and prepared some comments that I hope will give you some insight. With the International Job Market so vast with opportunities, an English CV can help you open more doors and gain more interviews faster. Keep in mind I am reviewing your document as it relates to the needs and demands of the employment market. We stay in tune with what recruiters and hiring managers want and need in a CV and our experience in writing professional CVs is unmatched in the industry. Before I begin, I do need to warn you about my style, because my comments can seem rather direct though I mean no offence. The reality is the job market is very competitive now, so I find it beneficial to be upfront rather than "yes" people to death. (I hate when it's done to me!) Let's get started! It will help to have a copy of your CV nearby for reference as I make comments. SUMMARY/INTRODUCTION First and foremost, Haouala, why have you not included a summary or profile at the beginning? Without it, you've wasted the most valuable real estate in the CV - the first half of the first page. A great, hard-hitting summary is vital to position you right from the start. The summary section is actually the most-read section of the CV by hiring managers (it's the "hook"). Without it, you miss the chance to get the reader's attention, encouraging him/her to read further to learn more about you. In addition to a great summary, I recommend including a "Core Competencies" section within the summary to get the reader's attention right from the start. It provides a quick and comprehensive look at your strengths from the beginning of the CV as well as help with those crucial key words so you can be found on the net! Core competencies should be specific areas of expertise and knowledge that can be supported by solid accomplishments. You need to move your "Education" to the end of the CV. Presenting academics early in the CV gives off the impression they are your best assets. You also have too much detail here. Employers just need to know that you have a degree, not when it was obtained. Readers often use the dates to determine the age of the job seeker. Remember age discrimination can go both ways so it’s best not to risk it by omitting them. CONTENT The entire document is unorganised and difficult to read through. Potential employers will need to read the CV word for word in order to find out what you have achieved throughout your career, and this won’t happen! Employers don’t have the time to completely read each and every CV that comes across their desk; they will spend approximately 30 seconds skimming each one. For this reason, it is essential to use an easy to read format which will highlight your accomplishments. By using bullets to begin each line, you lose the initial intent of pulling the reader's eye to the content. The purpose of bullets is to draw attention and they are usually best reserved for results and accomplishments. You've lumped accomplishments and duties into the bullets when those two must be separated and formatted differently to be effective. Take a close look...some of your bullets are task-based, not results-based. For example: - Preparation of a Manual of work processes for cattle and a Manual of work processes for poultry - Guide of the best ways to milking You should be using powerful, industry-specific words rather than these brief, thin statements. Quality job descriptions should vividly describe the scope of your job and create a good frame of reference for your achievements. Instead, your statements are very vague and simply do not paint a strong picture. For example, you state, “Technical Audit”, - How will this help you impress the reader? These descriptions aren't accurately speaking for the experiences you've had. It is your job to make sure the right information jumps off the page. Employers look for achievers, candidates who go above and beyond their job duties. Your CV should describe your best accomplishments so employers want to take a chance on you. To be effective and create excitement, it needs to be much more results-based - "what was achieved as a result of what you did?" Employers are looking for results. What you have is mainly just job description that they already know and it is going to be very similar to all the other qualified candidates. The ones who get the interviews will be those who show the results of their work. Show the reader what you have achieved! You have taken your work history too far back in time by going all the way back to 1980. Employers are generally interested only in the past 10-15 years experience because it is most relevant to the challenges they face today. If you are concerned about showing depth, there are ways to truncate your older experience whilst still showing you have good background from which to draw upon. Always include a name and a brief description of the companies you have worked at. By including main product/service delivered, annual revenues, size, number of employees, markets, etc., you will help the reader get a clearer picture of the environments in which you have worked. Also, we don't recommend using months in your dates of employment because it makes your career history appear "choppy". The only exception is for the positions that were for less than 1 year. CV writing is very time consuming and complex, Haouala. It is about knowing what the reader is seeking, knowing how to get your message across succinctly, and knowing how to create clarity in your message. I truly believe that a well written CV is the most important tool a professional needs to get interviews. MECHANICS You have grammatical errors in the form of incorrect verb tenses. Your current position should be written with all present tense verbs and all other job descriptions should be written in past tense (obtained vs. obtaining, etc.). Basic errors like this truly hurt your chances of being called for an interview, because that is not something the reader expects at your level. You have consecutive sentences or bullets starting with the same word and/or you overuse some of the same words at the beginning of sentences. Just one example is “improve”. Change up your wording to create interest. When most job candidates write their own CVs, they don't consider word choice. Their primary concern is getting down the basic information. What you might not realize is that verbiage is critical, and the wrong word choice can sabotage your CV. When writing your CV, it's important to consider your audience. The average recruiter and/or hiring manager sees hundreds of CVs from qualified candidates for any given job opening. CVs begin to look and sound the same. Make yours unique and stand out from the crowd of other CVs. DESIGN Moving on to the design, I would recommend a more professional look-and-feel to the document. A lot can be done with the formatting and design to improve first visual impressions whilst still maintaining a conservative appearance. This is especially important because employers expect you to have a more pulled-together, slick presentation of yourself because they expect you to give a professional presentation to others with whom you would be dealing at your target level. Visual impression is the first impression so make it good. OVERALL IMPRESSIONS/STRATEGY Considering your career experience and target jobs, your CV is definitely not marketing you in your best light. It does not convince the reader of your qualifications, instead merely having faith the reader will make assumptions about your performance and read between the lines – definitely not what you want. You are not giving the reader the right information to make an educated decision about your abilities nor are you providing a positive first impression that spurs the reader to consider an interview. All-in-all, I don't think you're putting your "best foot forward" if you plan to continue to use this CV in its current condition. You’re underselling yourself. I feel you have so much more to offer an employer than you're sharing on your CV. Time to toot your own horn and show all you have achieved. This is what they want to see, and these are what will set you apart from the rest of the crowd (and it's a large crowd) against which you are competing. You are in need of a more effective self-marketing brochure - one that shows your high calibre. This document isn't doing that for you. Go back and re-read your CV, and you will see that this document is selling you short. The bottom line: Your CV simply does not reflect your professional calibre at all. You have an excellent background...you have the qualifications...but you are just not making that first impression count. Please understand, all of this is not to say that you are not a good candidate merely that the way your CV presents your career is not yet very effective or exciting to the reader (who typically has read 100+ CVs just before getting to yours). In this market, your CV really needs to serve as your personal branding document. ***OUR SIMPLE, EFFECTIVE PROCEDURES*** Our writers are highly accomplished Certified Professional CV Writers with years of experience in effective CV/covering letter preparation, branding, and career marketing strategies. Our firm provides customised critiques, CVs and career search tools for you based on YOUR specific professional needs. Our CV writing team has prepared more than 100,000 results-oriented CVs with an unparalleled level of success and we even guarantee interviews! Our service, credentials, and experience are unmatched in the industry. When you decide to take advantage of our CV writing service, you can expect the following process: 1. Your assigned CV writer (not me) will email you a set of questions that will ask you things you haven't even thought to include on your CV. This information will aid in transforming your weak CV into a powerful, attention-grabbing document. Please check your SPAM/JUNK folder as it may go there; if you do not receive contact from your writer within 24 business hours, please email me and LET ME KNOW so we can ensure a smooth process for you. 2. After you complete and return that information, your writer reviews the data and contacts you to "pick your brain" about certain answers. 3. Your writer then completes the first draft of your new CV, submits it to you for review, and then incorporates any revisions you may have. 4. Once you're completely happy with your new CV, your writer finalises the document for you and sends it to you in Word format. It normally takes only a few days to complete the entire process. We know how important every day is when job searching, so we don't want to keep you waiting. ***OUR GUARANTEE*** Our guarantee is as simple as it sounds: We guarantee you will get interviews in 30 days using our CV and covering letter or we'll rewrite for free! ***PRICING AND FREE COVERING LETTER OFFER*** For a limited time, we've reduced our prices to help our job seekers land a new job faster. The investment to create your CV is now only €395.00 (that's a savings of €30). The cost is a modest investment in your future and career. A CV that shortens your job search by one day, or results even in a 1% increase in salary, it pays for itself. An ineffective CV can cost thousands of Euros in lost time, income, and opportunity. Limited-Time Bonus: If you purchase the CV within the next 7 days, we'll write an effective, door-opening covering letter for FREE (a €85 value)! This is a limited-time offer. As an additional Bonus, we are including a 35 page ebook on interviewing for success! This is a €30 value you will receive free with your order. Find out the top secret answers in this comprehensive ebook as it prepares you for the tough interviewing questions so you can land a new job faster! Order the CV Service now and you will receive this Limited Bonus with your order. In order to purchase the services, click the link, http://www.getinterviewscv.co.uk/lms, and login using the username and password provided below. I suggest that you copy and paste the username and password into the appropriate boxes to avoid typos. Once you are logged in, click on the invoice and complete the ordering process. You will receive an email receipt and your writer will be in touch. We look forward to working with you! TO ORDER: billing link: http://www.getinterviewscv.co.uk/lms username: kamel.haouala@yahoo.fr password: monitor **TRUST IN OUR CREDENTIALS** We are the CV Experts for more than 25 top career sites and organisations You will be in excellent hands in working directly with our professional team. Some of our firm's extensive credentials include: • Named the #1 CV Writer of the Year by PARW • Named one of the Top 10 Industry Leaders by PARW • Cited by Jist Publications as one of the "Best CV Writers" • Cited as employment experts in The Wall Street Journal's CareerJournal.com and National Business Employment Weekly • Featured in: TheCareerJournal, Executive Registry • Former Executive Board Members, PARW • Among PARW's Top 10 Industry Leaders • Programme Chair Person: Training and Member Development (PARW) • Programme Chair Person: Chapter Development (PARW) • Certified Professional CV Writers (CPRW) • Charter Board Members - Career Masters Institute • CV Expert for more than 25 organisations • Internationally Certified Job and Career Transition Coaches (JCTC) • More than 500 CVs/letters published in 60 McGraw-Hill and JIST books • Numerous TV and radio appearances • Online presenters and bloggers on career issues Best Regards, Sheryl Morrison Professional Analyst smorrison@getinterviews.com GetinterviewsCV.co.uk We guarantee interviews in 30 days or we'll rewrite for free! oogle traduction

Last Update: 2014-10-05
Subject: General
Usage Frequency: 1
Quality:
Reference: Anonymous
Warning: Contains invisible HTML formatting

Google Translation

gHi Haouala, Thank you for selecting us for your CV critique. My name is Sheryl Morrison and I have reviewed your document and prepared some comments that I hope will give you some insight. With the International Job Market so vast with opportunities, an English CV can help you open more doors and gain more interviews faster. Keep in mind I am reviewing your document as it relates to the needs and demands of the employment market. We stay in tune with what recruiters and hiring managers want and need in a CV and our experience in writing professional CVs is unmatched in the industry. Before I begin, I do need to warn you about my style, because my comments can seem rather direct though I mean no offence. The reality is the job market is very competitive now, so I find it beneficial to be upfront rather than "yes" people to death. (I hate when it's done to me!) Let's get started! It will help to have a copy of your CV nearby for reference as I make comments. SUMMARY/INTRODUCTION First and foremost, Haouala, why have you not included a summary or profile at the beginning? Without it, you've wasted the most valuable real estate in the CV - the first half of the first page. A great, hard-hitting summary is vital to position you right from the start. The summary section is actually the most-read section of the CV by hiring managers (it's the "hook"). Without it, you miss the chance to get the reader's attention, encouraging him/her to read further to learn more about you. In addition to a great summary, I recommend including a "Core Competencies" section within the summary to get the reader's attention right from the start. It provides a quick and comprehensive look at your strengths from the beginning of the CV as well as help with those crucial key words so you can be found on the net! Core competencies should be specific areas of expertise and knowledge that can be supported by solid accomplishments. You need to move your "Education" to the end of the CV. Presenting academics early in the CV gives off the impression they are your best assets. You also have too much detail here. Employers just need to know that you have a degree, not when it was obtained. Readers often use the dates to determine the age of the job seeker. Remember age discrimination can go both ways so it’s best not to risk it by omitting them. CONTENT The entire document is unorganised and difficult to read through. Potential employers will need to read the CV word for word in order to find out what you have achieved throughout your career, and this won’t happen! Employers don’t have the time to completely read each and every CV that comes across their desk; they will spend approximately 30 seconds skimming each one. For this reason, it is essential to use an easy to read format which will highlight your accomplishments. By using bullets to begin each line, you lose the initial intent of pulling the reader's eye to the content. The purpose of bullets is to draw attention and they are usually best reserved for results and accomplishments. You've lumped accomplishments and duties into the bullets when those two must be separated and formatted differently to be effective. Take a close look...some of your bullets are task-based, not results-based. For example: - Preparation of a Manual of work processes for cattle and a Manual of work processes for poultry - Guide of the best ways to milking You should be using powerful, industry-specific words rather than these brief, thin statements. Quality job descriptions should vividly describe the scope of your job and create a good frame of reference for your achievements. Instead, your statements are very vague and simply do not paint a strong picture. For example, you state, “Technical Audit”, - How will this help you impress the reader? These descriptions aren't accurately speaking for the experiences you've had. It is your job to make sure the right information jumps off the page. Employers look for achievers, candidates who go above and beyond their job duties. Your CV should describe your best accomplishments so employers want to take a chance on you. To be effective and create excitement, it needs to be much more results-based - "what was achieved as a result of what you did?" Employers are looking for results. What you have is mainly just job description that they already know and it is going to be very similar to all the other qualified candidates. The ones who get the interviews will be those who show the results of their work. Show the reader what you have achieved! You have taken your work history too far back in time by going all the way back to 1980. Employers are generally interested only in the past 10-15 years experience because it is most relevant to the challenges they face today. If you are concerned about showing depth, there are ways to truncate your older experience whilst still showing you have good background from which to draw upon. Always include a name and a brief description of the companies you have worked at. By including main product/service delivered, annual revenues, size, number of employees, markets, etc., you will help the reader get a clearer picture of the environments in which you have worked. Also, we don't recommend using months in your dates of employment because it makes your career history appear "choppy". The only exception is for the positions that were for less than 1 year. CV writing is very time consuming and complex, Haouala. It is about knowing what the reader is seeking, knowing how to get your message across succinctly, and knowing how to create clarity in your message. I truly believe that a well written CV is the most important tool a professional needs to get interviews. MECHANICS You have grammatical errors in the form of incorrect verb tenses. Your current position should be written with all present tense verbs and all other job descriptions should be written in past tense (obtained vs. obtaining, etc.). Basic errors like this truly hurt your chances of being called for an interview, because that is not something the reader expects at your level. You have consecutive sentences or bullets starting with the same word and/or you overuse some of the same words at the beginning of sentences. Just one example is “improve”. Change up your wording to create interest. When most job candidates write their own CVs, they don't consider word choice. Their primary concern is getting down the basic information. What you might not realize is that verbiage is critical, and the wrong word choice can sabotage your CV. When writing your CV, it's important to consider your audience. The average recruiter and/or hiring manager sees hundreds of CVs from qualified candidates for any given job opening. CVs begin to look and sound the same. Make yours unique and stand out from the crowd of other CVs. DESIGN Moving on to the design, I would recommend a more professional look-and-feel to the document. A lot can be done with the formatting and design to improve first visual impressions whilst still maintaining a conservative appearance. This is especially important because employers expect you to have a more pulled-together, slick presentation of yourself because they expect you to give a professional presentation to others with whom you would be dealing at your target level. Visual impression is the first impression so make it good. OVERALL IMPRESSIONS/STRATEGY Considering your career experience and target jobs, your CV is definitely not marketing you in your best light. It does not convince the reader of your qualifications, instead merely having faith the reader will make assumptions about your performance and read between the lines – definitely not what you want. You are not giving the reader the right information to make an educated decision about your abilities nor are you providing a positive first impression that spurs the reader to consider an interview. All-in-all, I don't think you're putting your "best foot forward" if you plan to continue to use this CV in its current condition. You’re underselling yourself. I feel you have so much more to offer an employer than you're sharing on your CV. Time to toot your own horn and show all you have achieved. This is what they want to see, and these are what will set you apart from the rest of the crowd (and it's a large crowd) against which you are competing. You are in need of a more effective self-marketing brochure - one that shows your high calibre. This document isn't doing that for you. Go back and re-read your CV, and you will see that this document is selling you short. The bottom line: Your CV simply does not reflect your professional calibre at all. You have an excellent background...you have the qualifications...but you are just not making that first impression count. Please understand, all of this is not to say that you are not a good candidate merely that the way your CV presents your career is not yet very effective or exciting to the reader (who typically has read 100+ CVs just before getting to yours). In this market, your CV really needs to serve as your personal branding document. ***OUR SIMPLE, EFFECTIVE PROCEDURES*** Our writers are highly accomplished Certified Professional CV Writers with years of experience in effective CV/covering letter preparation, branding, and career marketing strategies. Our firm provides customised critiques, CVs and career search tools for you based on YOUR specific professional needs. 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Hi Haouala, Thank you for selecting us for your CV critique. My name is Sheryl Morrison and I have reviewed your document and prepared some comments that I hope will give you some insight. With the International Job Market so vast with opportunities, an English CV can help you open more doors and gain more interviews faster. Keep in mind I am reviewing your document as it relates to the needs and demands of the employment market. We stay in tune with what recruiters and hiring managers want and need in a CV and our experience in writing professional CVs is unmatched in the industry. Before I begin, I do need to warn you about my style, because my comments can seem rather direct though I mean no offence. The reality is the job market is very competitive now, so I find it beneficial to be upfront rather than "yes" people to death. (I hate when it's done to me!) Let's get started! It will help to have a copy of your CV nearby for reference as I make comments. SUMMARY/INTRODUCTION First and foremost, Haouala, why have you not included a summary or profile at the beginning? Without it, you've wasted the most valuable real estate in the CV - the first half of the first page. A great, hard-hitting summary is vital to position you right from the start. The summary section is actually the most-read section of the CV by hiring managers (it's the "hook"). Without it, you miss the chance to get the reader's attention, encouraging him/her to read further to learn more about you. In addition to a great summary, I recommend including a "Core Competencies" section within the summary to get the reader's attention right from the start. It provides a quick and comprehensive look at your strengths from the beginning of the CV as well as help with those crucial key words so you can be found on the net! Core competencies should be specific areas of expertise and knowledge that can be supported by solid accomplishments. You need to move your "Education" to the end of the CV. Presenting academics early in the CV gives off the impression they are your best assets. You also have too much detail here. Employers just need to know that you have a degree, not when it was obtained. Readers often use the dates to determine the age of the job seeker. Remember age discrimination can go both ways so it’s best not to risk it by omitting them. CONTENT The entire document is unorganised and difficult to read through. Potential employers will need to read the CV word for word in order to find out what you have achieved throughout your career, and this won’t happen! Employers don’t have the time to completely read each and every CV that comes across their desk; they will spend approximately 30 seconds skimming each one. For this reason, it is essential to use an easy to read format which will highlight your accomplishments. By using bullets to begin each line, you lose the initial intent of pulling the reader's eye to the content. The purpose of bullets is to draw attention and they are usually best reserved for results and accomplishments. You've lumped accomplishments and duties into the bullets when those two must be separated and formatted differently to be effective. Take a close look...some of your bullets are task-based, not results-based. For example: - Preparation of a Manual of work processes for cattle and a Manual of work processes for poultry - Guide of the best ways to milking You should be using powerful, industry-specific words rather than these brief, thin statements. Quality job descriptions should vividly describe the scope of your job and create a good frame of reference for your achievements. Instead, your statements are very vague and simply do not paint a strong picture. For example, you state, “Technical Audit”, - How will this help you impress the reader? These descriptions aren't accurately speaking for the experiences you've had. It is your job to make sure the right information jumps off the page. Employers look for achievers, candidates who go above and beyond their job duties. Your CV should describe your best accomplishments so employers want to take a chance on you. To be effective and create excitement, it needs to be much more results-based - "what was achieved as a result of what you did?" Employers are looking for results. What you have is mainly just job description that they already know and it is going to be very similar to all the other qualified candidates. The ones who get the interviews will be those who show the results of their work. Show the reader what you have achieved! You have taken your work history too far back in time by going all the way back to 1980. Employers are generally interested only in the past 10-15 years experience because it is most relevant to the challenges they face today. 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