Prepare a CV and yourself!
If you have not prepared a CV yet, there are several ways to do so:
Option 1. You can use the European format, available to compose/edit online at Europass website. For direct link you can CLICK HERE.
You can also copy/paste this link:
Option 2. In case you can’t do it online, you can download a simple template from here:
Option 3. Use our CV Generator. Simple and fast way to create a CV. Just answer the questions so our system and recruiters can create your first CV. Copy/paste this link in your browser https://djobs.eu/quiz/cv-generator-djobs/
Other similar to the above presented formats can also be accepted.
Some other general information:
The first step for you to get hired is to prepare a good CV! A good CV ideally consists of 2 or 3 pages (not mandatory). It should include:
1. Personal information:
Firstly, lets start with the mandatory attributes of the CV: first and last name, date of birth, mobile phone, e-mail; other type of connection methods. You should also indicate where were you born and where do you currently live and work/study/etc. Attaching a recent photo into the CV is preferable- it should be official/passport format.
2. Work experience.
Secondly the working experience. You should always start from the last position (most recent one) you held. The name of the particular employer, the period of employment, the position and related daily tasks/routines shall be indicated. It is good to describe exactly what your task were, but extremely brief and systematic. Do not hesitate to mention all the places where you worked, even if it was unskilled labor.
3. Education, Foreign Languages, Computer Skills, Driving license.
Once again, you should start with the highest level of education placed at the top. For example: doctor, master, bachelor, secondary education. It is not necessary to indicate your initial education or any additional courses you have attended, but it is good idea to list the languages
4. Additional information: Information about hobbies/interested; Only give it when you think it is relevant and helpful.
Prepare your resume using the exact words without abbreviations, structured in clear sentences. Remember that a good CV is one where HR professionals are easy to navigate and can sift out the important from the unimportant.
In conclusion, If you put the desire and enthusiasm for the perfect CV, this can be the first step to the job you want.