Everyone needs an up to date curriculum vitae. You never know when the next great opportunity will present itself, and you don’t want to be caught off guard do you?

Yet so few of us are natural-born salespeople. Perhaps is modesty, a lack of self-confidence, or simply an inability to fully recognise all you core skills and attributes. Regardless of the reason, it’s very easy to sell yourself short by failing to create a compelling C.V.

Well I won’t sell you short. When I build a C.V. I infuse it with your personality, highlight your unique qualities, and play to your strengths.

Many recruiters just want you to fashion a bland, bog-standard document that may or may not find it’s way past an initial paper-sift. Nothing’s guaranteed, but wouldn’t you rather have a resume that makes you stand out from the crowd, that’s interesting to read, and that raises more questions by a would-be employer?

Maybe you have a lot of work experience, but aren’t sure how to catalogue and present it. Perhaps you’re starting out or re-entering the world of work; in which case you really need to sell your personal strengths, and what you can bring to an organisation.

When I craft a C.V. I speak extensively with the client to really get a sense of who they are, before translating that onto a Word document. The Word document is important because now you have a permanent copy that can easily be updated every time you gain more experience. It also enables you to keep a master-copy from which you can create industry specific, customised copies, depending on what position you’re aiming for.

Rates start from £20 for a basic, entry-level C.V.