Don’t spoil your application by making careless mistakes. Run a spellcheck and have a friend proofread your documents before sending them in. After all, two heads are better than one.
If you list more than one item in your CV, start with the most recent information. To begin with, we’ll want to know what you are doing at present or what your most recent achievements have been.
Please don’t send impersonal mass applications. Adjust your covering letter and CV to the individual position you are applying for. Take the time to look at our website to learn about our company and the job in question. One last thing – keep your prospective employer happy by spelling names correctly.
Our initial meeting will be our chance to get to know you. We want to find out about who you are and what you have to tell us. We enjoy a lively discussion. So do not hesitate to ask anything you want to know. This tells us that we have caught your interest.
If we like your application, we will invite you to an interview. Then again, if your e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org, we might just think again.
Your CV is your chance to present yourself. Tell us what might be of interest to us on no more than two pages. Show us your talents in a concise and convincing manner.