CV Writing for IT Technicians

When it comes to representing themselves on paper most IT Technicians are generally poor. There is too much concentration on the bits and bytes stuff and far too little on the person, their key competencies, directly relevant experience and scale and scope indicators. In addition most CV’s are badly laid out and confusing to the reader. To succeed you must make life easy for the recruiter! More

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About Nick J. Alexander

Nick Alexander has worked for some of the largest multinationals in the world and has extensive experience in Sales and Marketing. An experienced recruiter Nick has seen some of the best and much of the worst examples of CV's and resumés; that's why he decided to write a series of straight-talking, no-nonsense guides to selling and marketing yourself to potential employers in this rough, dog-eat-dog world of economic recession.

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