1) Easy to read: professional selection has face hundreds – some thousands – of curricula, so we must facilitate the task. The presentation is Basic for this first touchdown: a sheet littered with smears, stains, with different types and bodies of lyrics, complex and arid has likely to end up in the drawer of recycle paper. In any case the curriculum will occupy more than two pages of size A4, three if we bear in mind the letter. It is not necessary to enclose any documentation that we are facing a first touchdown. (2) Simple and orderly: must remember that the curriculum is our first presentation to the company, between the lines, it will distil information about us. It is important, therefore, to show our best face: simplicity, order and harmony must be basic qualities of this first touchdown. We must avoid, in addition, be searched or complex expressions, contrived or pedantic terms, fleeing a grandiloquent tone.
3) Credible: Inflate the curriculum of false data or little certain not da result. After this first approach will come the hour of truth: the personal interview. In face to face with the interviewer, the candidate must ratify these data to a professional who has faced similar situations dozens of times. It is important to know sell, enhancing the qualities of each one – especially those that bring something to the offer that we respond – but should not be too much load the inks or otherwise seem artificial and false. (4) Photography Yes or no?: only accompany our curriculum in a photo if they ask for it in the offer of employment. In this case, attach a recent image of size timbre and quality, never one of photo booth.
It is important that we display the photo with a relaxed and friendly gesture (not too smiling), avoiding the excess of makeup for women. As for the clothes with which us fotografiemos you must follow the same rules as the job interview: jacket and tie for them in the event that the post requires it or casual clothes in the case of creative jobs. (5) Fixed scrupulously: few things can cause worse impression in this first approach that the mistakes of spelling, grammatical errors, amendments and deletions in the curriculum. Although job you get does not require good communication skills, a full curriculum of errata hides after Yes to a disorganized person and little careful. Why we should never send it without having taught to any family member, friend or acquaintance that you can fix what us, improving it, or polishing it if considers it opportune. A tip: do not forget to save a copy of the curriculum and the cover letter that you adjuntaste. When you call to make a job interview you will come well take a look if you have more information or clarify something.