My range of CV writing services starts at just £29.99 for an update to an existing CV, £49.99 for writing a simple CV, and £99.99 for a full CV rewrite. If you don’t know how to write a CV, I can help.
On a basic level a CV is simply a list of where you’ve worked and what you did there, but some CVs get people in front of employers, and some don’t.
There are several reasons for this, from the format and type face used, to more subtle nuances of getting information in the right sequence and a layout that is easy to read, not just for humans, but also for Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS).
Not Hearing Back from Applications?
If you’re applying for jobs but not getting a response there are only 2 reasons this is happening.
I can’t change your experience, but I can change your CV and improve the chances that it will be read by whoever you send it to.
A CV Unique to You
Every CV I write is different. There is a basic structure that I use, but the body of your new CV will be unique.
Wherever possible I use your original words so that it feels like a CV you’ve written and feels familiar, but this isn’t always possible. Some areas will be written from scratch, and we will work together to get them just right so that you are comfortable with the way that you are presented.
The process of getting a new CV starts with a review of your current CV against 10 key benchmarks of a model CV, covering everything from the format and content to the language used.
You’ll get a score to see how your CV compares to those benchmarks and see at a glance how your CV stacks up.
The review will be emailed to you and, if you decide to proceed, you’ll have a new and more effective version of your CV within 3-5 days.
How to write a profile on a CV should be fairly straightforward, but only if you understand what the person looking at your CV is thinking. Consider who is looking at your CV when you apply for a job. It’s someone very busy who is working to a brief. Their brief is to find someone to fill a role and the type of role defines […]
Many CVs that I review are a little too passive and need to be rewritten to make them more active, but it’s a fine line to tread. If you try to make yourself come across in a more active way it’s easy to overstep the mark and portray yourself as slightly scary, and maybe even unhinged. Recently I reviewed a CV for a client which […]
Q. Should you tailor your CV for every application? A. Only if you actually want the job!