you have the skills for the job based on the information provided. You should list all of the skills that you have acquired from both paid and unpaid work. You can group skills together that relate to the job.For example, for an Administrative position you may have the following headings:Office administration skillsOrganizational skillsCustomer service skillsGeneral skillsKey achievementsThis section is used to highlight anything you are proud to have achieved in your career. It may include personal achievements. Ideally list 5 to 10 dot points of key achievements that relate to your technical and transferable skills and are suited to the job you are applying for.Educational qualificationsList your most recent educational qualifications that are relevant to the position. If you have just completed school, include your highest level of study achieved. Information you should try to include:university degrees;certificates;short training courses attended;workshops, seminars and conferences attended;other professional training; andlicenses and accreditations.Employment historyIn this section explain your past and present work activities as your 'employment history'. If you have just completed school, it is worthwhile to include work experience if you do not have a history of paidemployment. Each job listed should include:
job title;company name and location;dates of employment; andbrief overview of your dutiesProfessional memberships/community involvementsIf you have any professional memberships or community involvements relevant to the job you are applying for, you should list them under this heading. If you do include them you will need to list:name of the organisation;dates/duration of involvement; andtitle/nature of your involvement.
- Fall '19
- e. Personal Attributes