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CV Advice and Tips

Read our detailed advice articles about constructing a CV and how to maximise your potential.

Writing Your Online CV

12953422_mCV writing is one of the most important stages of the job hunting process. And one way of getting your CV in front of employers is by hosting it online.

There are a variety of online sites you can go to – just by using a simple Google search you will be able to find hundreds of job search websites. Hosting your CV on one of these as well as sending it off to employers can have many advantages;

  • Lots of employers use online sites to find candidates so your CV will automatically be seen by more employers
  • Recruitment agencies scour the internet for relevant applicants
  • Your CV is more visible
  • You can use these jobsites to search for possible vacancies and submit your CV instantly

Here are a few tips if you’re considering hosting your CV online;

  • Ensure your CV is up to date including any recent work experience
  • Do your research. Look into each website and try and determine which one is right for you. It’s better to choose one website which has good traffic than to send your CV off to several smaller websites. Don’t dilute your CV by sending it to lots of places.
  • Find out what recruitment companies use which website – this can help if there is a specialist recruitment company you want to contact.
  • Include an online biography/cover letter. Like any job application it’s good to have a bit of information on there about yourself. Even if it’s a simple introduction and letting them know you are interested in networking and opportunities.
  • Don’t forget about your CV. Hosting it online makes it harder to remember to keep it fresh and updated but this is crucial. Ensure you log in and edit the details when you need to.
  • Include keywords. Keywords (such as industry, industry terms, and preferred job role) will help your CV to be picked up by search engines.