How to write a Curriculum Vitae (CV) or Resumé. The first, and arguably most important stage of a job application is a CV. In one page, it displays what your strengths are, and why you are suitable for a role. It is no use being a great speaker and presenter if you can't make it to the interview stage. Utilise these tips, techniques, samples, examples, and templates to help develop a resume which perfectly displays all your skills, knowledge and experience in such a way that it is impossible not to hire you.
Interviewers will often ask you about past experiences in order to assess whether your skills, knowledge, and decision-making are suitable for a new position or promotion. These 'Behavioural Questions' give you a chance to refer back to previous positions; however, they can often prove more challenging than traditional interview questions due to their complexity and unpredictability. The STAR Technique provides you with a simple framework to prepare for, and answer these types of questions.