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2) Your CV is your business card. Get it spotless for September.
Be careful with the layout. Your CV should be visually clear and easy to read. It needs to drive the recruiter's attention. Use bold and italic typefaces for headings and important information. It's also a good idea to put your name in the footer area – next to the page number - so that it appears on each sheet.
Be concise. The best CVs tend to be fairly economical with words. Select the most important information and leave a little something for the interview. The longer your CV is, the harder it is for a potential employer to spot your achievements. What is the ideal CV length? Our consultants recommend no more than 3 pages.
Be positive. Put yourself over confidently and highlight your strong points. Have your personal profile at the beginning to summarise your biggest achievements and skills
Be honest. Although a CV is not a legal document, you should never give inaccurate or misleading information. Recruiters are experts at uncovering them!
Here are some Tempest Tips to attract the highest quality staff at all level and enter the summer terms with peace of mind:
Candidate attraction. Use a variety of sources i.e. personal network, advertising, LinkedIn and of course recruitment agencies, who provide a free service until the point a person is recruited
Don't compromise standards. If someone does not impress at interview then they are probably not going to impress when in the job role – gut feel is incredibly important
Try and give the opportunity for a candidate to meet as many people as possible, through either a 2-3 stage interview or a single interview, plus a chance to meet colleagues in a less formal environment
Remember an interview is a two way process. The interviewer needs to sell the school as much as the candidate needs to sell themselves
After an offer has been made. Make sure you stay in touch with the candidate to prevent drop outs
The good news is that Tempest will be working throughout the summer, so call us any time, for advice, guidance and solutions. Happy Holidays from the Tempest Team!