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					    Your CV -
Presenting Yourself
    on Paper!
        Workshop #3

       Career Services
   University of Canberra
 www.canberra.edu.au/careers
             What’s in a name?
•   Curriculum Vitae – ‘life story’
•   Shortened to ‘CV’
•   Also called ‘Resume’

However, a CV is not, in fact, the story
of your life. It is only about your
educational and working life.
            The CV – it is for …
… the Selection Panel of the company or
organisation which offers the job.

They will assess your CV against the needs of the
job.

Each time you apply for a job, look at your CV
again to ensure it fits this particular job. Do you
need to add or delete some information?
            Your CV ….


… needs to match the job description.

If your study and experience is in IT,
no-one will consider you for an Accounts
Payable job!
            Design your CV well
Be kind to the Selection Panel.
Your CV must be easy to read.

   Paper - white paper is best
   Font size – 12 point for text; 14 or 16 for headings
   Font style – Arial is best, then Tahoma, Garamond
   Underlining – do not underline - use bold
   Boxes, tables – do not use them, not helpful
   White space is good – don’t cram your CV on one page!
Resume of Jonathan Bligh
                   Personal Details
•   Your name        (Male – Mr; Female - Ms)

    Oanh Thi Tran (Ms);   Nawaf Khaled (Mr); Anant Kalam (Mr)


•   Address     (3 Hazel St, Gungahlin ACT 2904)


•   Contact number           (mobile and home)


•   Contact email         (Prettyboy@hotmail.com is not a very
    professional email address!)


•   Status (Citizen, Permanent Resident, International Student)
             Government work
                (Public Sector)

   You must be an Australian Citizen to work
    for the Federal Government in Canberra

   The ACT Government will accept
    Permanent Residents. So will NSW, WA,
    Victoria etc.
          Private Companies
               (Private Sector)
Employers want to know your work status
and your future plans. Tell them on your CV.

For example:

Status:   International Student
          (Permanent Residence expected in April
          2010)

          Permanent Resident
          (Will apply for citizenship in April 2010)
          A new graduate?
Your degree is the most important asset you have
to offer an employer.

Put your degree on the front page of your CV.
You can also add the subjects from your majors
and minors.

If you have just completed a Masters degree,
then add your Bachelor’s degree also.
                           Majors
EDUCATION

Bachelor of Commerce (Banking and Finance),
University of Canberra, 2009

Banking and Financial Services subjects:

   •   Investment
   •   Business Finance
   •   Law of Financial Services
   •   Credit and Lending Decisions
   •   International Financial Management
   •   Financial Institutions and Markets
   •   Strategic Management
   •   Managing Financial Services Firms
                          Minor
Economics subjects studied:

   •   Managerial Economics
   •   Asia-Pacific Business
   •   Business Forecasting
   •   Global E-Business
    Professional Skills and Knowledge

 Research and analytical skills
 Good customer service skills

 High level communication skills

 Supervisory and instructional experience

 Good knowledge of accounting practices

 Excellent IT skills – MS Office, MYOB
                Employment
If you have done any paid work, give some
details here. For example:



2008       Receptionist (part-time)
           Smith and Jones Accountants, Canberra

           Waitress, (casual)
           Toscano Restaurant, Belconnen
       Volunteer Work

2009    Coach, UC Women’s Basketball Team

2008    Shop Assistant, Salvation Army Store,
        Belconnen

2007    Student Ambassador, University of Canberra
                 Memberships
•   Student Member, Financial Services Association
    of Australia

•   Student Member, Mortgage and Finance
    Association of Australia

•   Member, UC Banking Students Society
                    Referees
John Manning
Lecturer in Financial Services
University of Canberra
Tel: 6201 7623
Email: John.Manning@canberra.edu.au

Carol Wilson
Office Manager
Smith and Jones Accountants
21/9 Green Avenue
Barton ACT 2600
Tel: 6234 0917
Email: Carol.Wilson@SmithandJones.com.au
                   Do Not …..
•   … put your date of birth

•   … include a photograph

•   … say if you are married, or have a family

•   … write about your hobbies or interests

•   … say where you are from

				
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