Your CV could be what is standing between you and getting yourself an interview for roles available in the government. You could have all the necessary skills, competencies, and attributes to perform the advertised role, but because you have not clearly articulated it on your CV, the recruiter will not consider you as a potential candidate.
Here are some tips on what you need to do to make sure that you cut above other applicants and get yourself an interview for the vacant post within the government:
- Analyze your CV to make sure that you have all relevant information in terms of personal details, such as your name and surname, the right contact details, and any other relevant information about you.
- Compare your CV to the job spec to identify if you have all the skills, qualifications, and experience needed to qualify for the job, and optimize your CV accordingly.
- Make sure that you use a professional, clear and concise tone throughout your CV that will make it easier for the recruiter to understand the message you are trying to get across.
- Remove all information that is duplicated and irrelevant in your CV which will not add value towards ensuring that you get the job.
- Lastly, go through your CV to eliminate all the grammar as well as spelling mistakes, and ensure that all the information is correct, accurate, and sells you the way it should.
Do not let your CV be the reason why you do not get your dream job. Put in the time and money to create the best CV that sets you apart from your competitors.