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CV build/review

 
#1 CV build/review
10/02/2010 11:04

ANON

Hi All,

Can someone recommend the genuine and excellent companies who can help in building/ reviewing CVs. I am targeting following:

Permanent Consultancy JOBS: At Senior Manager level ( use ACN SM as an example) with £85K-95K basic

Permanent Industry JOBS: A Senior Project/ Programme Manager Level with £70K to £80K basic

Contracting JOB: £500 to £700 a day job

Also how much this service should cost me?

Regards

Anon

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#2 RE: CV build/review
10/02/2010 11:15

Confused to ANON (#1)

Um, this is confusing.

You're aiming for £85-95K basic jobs. So presumably you're not a half-wit. In which case, why do you need help writing a CV? This is basic!

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#3 RE: CV build/review
10/02/2010 14:18

ANON to Confused (#2)

My Friend because I am not a specialist in CV writing.

I would probably let someone else do this for me as I am better place to do the rest. Once a recruiter calls me based upon my CV and accomplishments then rest is my baby.

I don't want my CV to be put in BIN simply because someone else CV is more flashy than mine other things being equal.

Cheers

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#4 RE: CV build/review
10/02/2010 14:54

Confused to ANON (#3)

OK, fair comment. Writing a CV isn't difficult (particularly for somebody of £95K calibre), but I'm guessing it's help with the grammar/language that you need most? If so, why not prepare a first draft yourself, then get a friend who is a native English speaker to tidy up any grammar etc? Cost that way = zero.

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#5 RE: CV build/review
10/02/2010 15:18

ANON to Confused (#4)

Dear Confused,

Thanks for the nice suggestion, before this recession I have been writing my CVs on my own and without any friend's help and it's just the worse market condition which a poor chap in his early 30s like me have not been through ever before. Hence, the reason I want to leave no stone unturned.

Despite of my poor grammer /language the last CV which I drafted on my own got me a job with six figure salary in boom days it's just that I am being bit more careful whilst thinking to change my job in coming months.

Do you expect me to be more polite, I am ex-ACN so better don't challenge my patience ;-)

Regds

Anon

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#6 RE: CV build/review
10/02/2010 15:21

Stewie to ANON (#5)

Oh Dear! Where is Mr. Cool when you need him?

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#7 RE: CV build/review
10/02/2010 15:29

MR COOL to Stewie (#6)

Right here,

how may I help you, sorry I can't mess with EX-ACN's....I loose my cool while getting involved with these people. So I better stay out.

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#8 RE: CV build/review
10/02/2010 16:19

Mr Cool to MR COOL (#7)

MR COOL – imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, but…

a) I would never capitalise my name - far too egotistical.

b) I would never type an ellipsis of more than three dots - far too spotty.

c) I would never, ever, ever mistake the word “loose” for “lose” – far too working class

Original ANON - why not buy a thirsty headhunter friend a few beers in return for a professional assessment of your current CV?

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#9 RE: CV build/review
10/02/2010 16:33

MR COOL to Mr Cool (#8)

You see Mr Cool!! I now know more secrets about you.

Will replace you in this forum very soon!!

BEST/ MR COOL

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#10 RE: CV build/review
10/02/2010 17:03

Mr Cool to MR COOL (#9)

Eek! The ignominy of it. Redundant. From a free, anonymous forum.

How then would I fill my days?

Have pity.

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#11 RE: CV build/review
11/02/2010 17:33

Mars A Day to Mr Cool (#10)

Good use of the word 'eek!' Mr Cool, we don't see if used often enough these days.

Although I think an additional e would have given your dismay more emphasis.

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#12 RE: CV build/review
11/02/2010 21:09

Mr Cool to Mars A Day (#11)

Mars A Day,

is that "eeke" or "eeek"?

I hope you haven't blown your anonimity by refering to your temporary blindness due to an eye op. How many HH's fit that description?

You should have said you were at home nursing a hangover - at least 10% of HH's fit that description by the time Wednesday comes around.

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#13 RE: CV build/review
12/02/2010 08:29

Mars A Day to Mr Cool (#12)

Mr Cool the eye op you refer to was of course hypothetical and restricted to the pyromaniac.

Surely 'eeke' would mean 'sort of like eek' or a condition of ... eek..ness?

And only the most dedicated HHs wait until wednesday before staying home to nurse the hangover. Personally I like to Tuesdays.

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