CV Layout


A CV is always written when an applicant intends to apply for a vacant position. Normally, he writes his attributes in a format that allows the interviewer to make out the summary of what they require of the applicant. A CV is written to the point and no ambiguities are ever encouraged as this may lead to a disqualification. The layout should be simplistic and at the same time, conclusive. This will show that the applicant is confident and has all it takes to fill the vacant position.

There are many new and contemporary layouts that have come up lately. Much of them maintain the same intrinsic values of apt layouts and candid literature, but while others tend to be a little showier. To be on the safe side, one should choose a layout that gives your words a professional look, exudes self-confidence and is not too plain and simple. A sample CV layout is shown below:

Sample CV Layout

Bartholomew Lewis

58 Malibu Street

Lauren Springs,

Malibu

bartlewis@mail.com

Mobile No: +1 333 33 222

Telephone No: +1 444 556 555

Career Objective

To become a top chef in the culinary arts profession. I plan to exploit my abilities and put them to good use for the benefit of the company I work for and to all. I make an effort of making the world a better place by having people eat right and make the most of what they have.

Professional Experience

2006 – 2008:  Sous Chef  the Marriot  Manhattan, New York

Responsibilities:

  • Prepared the day’s specials
  • Supervised the daily duties for other chefs
  • Came up with the menu for special occasions
  • Kept the inventory of the kitchen tools, equipment and stock
  • Orientation of interns from culinary colleges

2002 – 2005: Chef – Maine Hotel and B&B, Maine, Canada

Responsibilities:

  • Developed new recipes for the hotel
  • Supervised the chefs and all meal times
  • Made duty rosters and looked after all kitchen staff
  • Replenished all kitchen stock and kept inventory
  • Reported to the General Manager

Educational Background

1998 – 2001:  Degree in Culinary arts, Leyland University – California

1996 – 1998: Diploma in Hospitality – Maine County College of Hospitality

Referees

Can be provided upon request

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Category: Cv Writing

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