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Telephone Number Date of birth

including management posts as
______ at__________________


I am now looking for an opportunity with a multinational company that

EMPLOYMENT


Current employment

___ - present years)-


(company name)


(job title)


 


During my


years at


I have been responsible for:


people.

supervising a team of____

with

negotiating contracts worth

managing the accounts of ___

planning and coordinating marketing campaigns for______________________

preparing reports analyzing________

increasing sales of_________________ by_______ % over two years

achieving_______ % savings in the cost of______________________________

obtaining______ % market share for______________________ within one year.


Previous employment


.(years)


(company name)


(job title)


 


While at.


. I was part of a team which:


 


planned the launch of________________

developed a new____________________

achieved_______ % brand recognition for

organized the installation of___________

initiated a new system for_____________


.after two years.


 


.(final year) (final year)


EDUCATION

.(qualification)_

.(qualification)_


.(establishment) .(establishment)


 


OTHER EXPERIENCE

Computer Skills. Comprehensive knowledge of____

Languages. Spoken and written English to________


.level.


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3.2


Business Builder Teacher Resource Series


 


Job interview


 

Worksheet


 

A Work with a partner. Discuss the following 'tips' for a successful interview. Do you agree with all of them? Add one more of your own.

1Before the interview, ask a friend/colleague to ask you typical questions. In particular, practise talking
about your strong points using concrete examples from your current job.

2 Before the interview, write to the people who will give you references. Tell them to expect a call and
give them a recent copy of your CV/Resume.

3 Arrive 30 minutes early on site and 10 minutes early for the interview. Use the time to walk in the
fresh air. When greeting the interviewer, smile, make eye contact and shake hands firmly.

4 Your clothes, shoes and hair need to be tidy and above your normal standard.

5 Keep your answers short, simple and relevant - as you would in other business situations. Interviews
are a dialogue so don't talk more than 60-70% of the time. If the interviewer wants more
information, let him/her ask for it.

6 Occasionally take the initiative and ask questions to show you are interested.

7 Be enthusiastic and positive. Never contradict, argue or interrupt. Never criticize previous employers
during the interview.

8 Don't be submissive. Treat the interviewer with respect, but as an equal.

9 Don't ask questions about the salary. If possible, wait for the interviewer to mention it. Ask for higher
than you expect. If in doubt, ask for your current salary plus 15%.

 

10 Immediately after the interview make notes: write down names, details about the organization, and
especially company 'buzzwords'. If called for a second interview, make sure you use these.

11 Consider writing a short follow-up letter, particularly after informal interviews where there was no
clear job being advertised. Express your pleasure in meeting everyone (list them by name), comment
on one part of the meeting (something that emphasizes your qualifications), mention again the
benefits you can bring to the company and why you would like to work there (include company
buzzwords).

12 ________________________________________________________________________


 

B Work in groups of two/three. Have a formal mini-interview.

IntervieweeBefore you start, give your CV/Resume to your interviewer/s to look through. Interviewer/sAsk questions, listen carefully, ask follow-up questions.



© Paul Emmerson 1999. © Macmillan Publishers Limited 1999.

PHOTOCOPIABLE

 

3.3


Business Builder Teacher Resource Series


 


Covering letter


 

Worksheet


Your CV/Resume will have a covering letter. The paragraphs of this letter might follow the pattern below.

1 Subject heading at the top of the letter: Vacancy for a Marketing Director

2 Introduce yourself and mention the purpose of your letter. If you saw an advert in a
newspaper/specialist journal, say which one.

3 Give your background and experience, and emphasize why you are suitable for the job. Refer to
your abilities and achievements, perhaps linking directly to things mentioned in the advert.

4 Ask the reader to look at your CV/Resume, and focus on one or two key points.

5 Close by thanking them for taking the time to read your CV/Resume and say when you are
available for interview.

Choose a job advert from a newspaper/specialist journal or think of a real job that you would like to apply for. Write the covering letter for your CV/Resume.


                 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   
 
   

 

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