posted on Aug, 25 2008 @ 04:37 PM
Originally posted by deathpoet69
this is my introduction to my cv, can anyone advice me if it is ok.
I am 25 years old with a wealth of experience in the Sales & Marketing area. I have been involved in Sales and Marketing since leaving Education in
I have a range of skills, which include communication skills, team building and turning negative in to positive.I use positive wording and complete
assurance to customers.
I always work to the best of my ability, as I am dedicated and keen to maintain high quality standards throughout my working life, which has also
elaborated through out my educational life. I demonstrate a high level of attention to detail, and take great pride in the work I carry out. I am
lenient with all working hours and I am extremely eager to work to the best of my ability
I believe I would be an asset to any company that wants an experienced, punctual and confident individual with fresh ideas and an enthusiastic
approach as well as the marketing skills I have gained along the way.
[edit on 24-8-2008 by deathpoet69]
Hi, I noticed your thread a couple of days ago, but it's such a big responsibility I hoped someone else would volunteer to help you. There
are a couple of sentences I think could be better worded, but on the whole I think what you have said is very good.
Sentences I think you might want to re-think:
I use positive wording and (give) complete assurance to customers.
(My suggestion is in brackets, but you might have a better idea)
I always work to the best of my ability, as I am dedicated and keen to maintain high quality standards throughout my working life. which has also
elaborated through out my educational life.
(You might want to end the sentence where I have inserted a full stop. I'm not sure what the last bit means - the word 'elaborated' isn't correct
but I don't know what to suggest as an alternative.
I am lenient with all working hours and I am extremely eager to work to the best of my ability
I think 'flexible' might be a better word to use than 'lenient' if you mean that you would consider working any hours required.
I hope this helps.