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Basic CV Template.
What to include : There is no set format - the style of a CV is a personal choice but you may find it useful to include the following:
Name, Date of Birth, Address, Driving License, Phone Number, Personal Profile and Career History.
A short statement at the beginning of the CV can be a positive way of selling yourself. You should include positive words that best describe you.
Mention things you did well in your past job which could be relevant to the job you are applying for.
Put the most recent job first, with dates. What you have done recently will be of more interest to a prospective Employer.
Don't leave gaps.Employers will want to know what you did during these periods.
If your work experience is limited you may want to include temporary, holiday, part-time or voluntary jobs. Give the job title and the main duties involved. Keep it brief.
If you have had many different jobs emphasise the skills and experience you have gained by grouping them together. For example 'I have worked in many different types of jobs during vacations including office, shop and factory work'.
Training and Qualifications
Include any training and qualifications gained in previous jobs. Again put the most recent first. Educational details and qualifications can be included from secondary school.
Interest/Spare Time Activities
Aim to show the Employer that you have a well rounded personality. This is a chance to sell yourself. You can include any sporting activities, hobbies and membership of clubs and societies.
Note: Make sure you know enough about your interests to be able to talk about them at an interview - they are often picked up by Employers for further questioning.
This is optional - it is useful if you have gaps in other parts of your CV. If you have had a break at home make this positive, describe skills you have learned in bringing up children and running a home. If you are changing career direction you may want to explain why you are interested in the new type of work.
You may or may not want to include these on your CV but you should always have a record of two or more people you can use as references. One should be your last Employer or if you have not worked for some time you could use your family doctor or a friend (not a relative) who has known you a long time
Do you speak any of the following languages?
if so send your cv to email@example.com
One of our consultants will be happy to help you. We have live jobs that require any one of the above listed languages.
Email your CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org we prefer to have your CV first as it gives us a clear understanding of what areas you specialise in.
We have part-time, full time, perm, contract and temporary positions in Louth, Meath, Monaghan, Cavan and Dublin. Do you require a new job?
Is the drive to work to long?
Are you based in the counties we look after?
Do you fit under the headings we look after?
Accounting & Finance
Sales & Management
Administration/ Secretarial/ Reception
Production/ Logistics/ Quality/ Laboratory Roles
Insurance & Banking
Techincal & Engineering
If yes, please send your CV in to us email@example.com and one of our consultants will be in touch, the best time to keep an eye on our website for new jobs in on a Friday afternoon
If you feel you are a fit for a job, phone our consultants, always have the reference ready to quote to them, (Reference can be found at the bottom of the job spec, please note all jobs have their own unique job identity number) If you have the relevant experience our clients will take you through all the steps and help secure you employment
Are you looking for a new job?
Do we have on going jobs in your field of work? If Yes please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org and one of are consultants will be in touch
We are currently updating our jobs today. Full list of new roles will be available asap.
So many marketing campaigns these days are jumping on the 3D band wagon! Offering us a 3D smile or 3D smiley faces for our e-mails, do they think we’re stupid? We live in a 3D world! So forgive me for being a little sceptical when I first heard about 3D printing. Another gimmick was the first thought that entered my 3D mind! I pictured a normal flat image which looked 3D when you stared at it for 3 minutes, kind of like one of those old magic pictures. But I couldn’t have been more wrong. Check out www.mcortechnologies.com and you’ll see what I mean.
Mcor Technologies Ltd, recognised as one of the world leaders in 3D printing, has struck a deal with Staples Printing Systems Division to launch a new 3D printing service called "Staples Easy 3D," online via the Staples Office Centre, based in Dunleer, County Louth. Customers will simply upload electronic files to the Staples Office Centre and pick up the environmentally friendly models in their nearby Staples stores, or have them shipped to their address. Staples will produce the models with the Mcor IRIS, a 3D printer with the highest colour capability in the industry and lowest operating cost of any commercial-class 3D printer. The company's co-founder and chief executive Dr Conor MacCormack says that MCor Technologies turns ideas into physical realities. 3D printing has so many uses, for example; creating customised parts, prototypes, art objects, architectural models, medical models, 3D maps, models of your children, your pets, your favourite film stars, the list is endless but if you’re a little more juvenile like me just think of the images you can have made in to 3D models…now where’s my camera?
Well you soon will!
YapStone is a global payment innovation company that is growing rapidly to build the most trusted and tailored ePayment company in the financial industry.
Founded in 1999 by visionaries Tom Villante and Matthew Golis, YapStone currently processes billions of dollars in ePayments annually and is expanding into new markets and payment segments every day…and here at The Recruitment Bureau we are delighted to welcome YapStone to Drogheda. We’ve been here since 1995 and we’re the longest established agency in the North East with over 17 years working as Recruitment Specialists with Irelands leading local companies. Put simply, we get the right people for the right job and speaking of jobs, YapStone have announced plans to open a base in Drogheda creating some 120 jobs over the next 3 years as they expand their operations around the world. The new headquarters will offer jobs in customer support, research and development, software engineering, finance and accounting.
IDA CEO, Barry O’Leary, adds: "The payments industry, encompassing e-commerce solutions and payments technology, has been identified by IDA as a key sector for growth. The fact that YapStone has chosen Ireland as its first base outside of the U.S. is another example of the significant benefits that we offer to U.S. companies looking to expand into the EMEA region."
We also offer Outplacement (Job Search & Interview Skills, Career Coaching) and Psychometric Testing (MBTI personality profiling) to clients and candidates.
The 1,000 jobs will be created jobs over the next four years at its new European Operations Centre in Dundalk, Co Louth. The even better news is that we are an official recruitment supplier for PayPal!
The new operations will open in July 2012. The Dundalk centre and PayPal's current Blanchardstown site will be responsible for customer services, risk prevention, financial operations, merchant services and sales across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
PayPal is looking to fill roles across a range of fields, such as multilingual customer support, operations, finance, sales and compliance.
For further information on this & our range of other roles please contact: email@example.com
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