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The CV example (below) was produced by Bradley CVs and is an example of how our CV writing service sets out a CV.

If you want to win job interviews, then a professional CV can make a real difference, as it will show an employer what you have to offer them. We use a straightforward layout that makes it extremely easy and quick for an employer to find the information they need.

You typically have just 30 seconds to grab an employer's attention. So if they can't find what they want quickly, they'll just move on to the next CV. Some people over complicate their CV's layout, which makes it harder for an employer to find what they want - we recommend that you keep it simple.

As well as a great layout, you also need to word your CV in a way that sells your unique skills, experience and achievements to an employer, so that they want to invite you to an interview. When a CV writer from Bradley CVs is writing a CV they will always take into account what an employer expects to see in a CV.

If you have to print out your CV, make sure that you use premium quality paper and a good printer. It's best to use a paper colour that photocopies easily, so any shade of white would be OK.

You are welcome to print out our CV example (below) for our own personal use, but please note that we retain the copyright and you can't copy or reproduce this CV example (in any format).

Warning: The layout below may not be appropriate for your particular circumstances. When Bradley CVs produces a CV for you, we take account of how you are going to use it when we design your CV. You can also print or view this CV example without borders.

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Chris Jackson
24 Mansfield Drive, Chedlee,
Manchester M23 4DJ.
Tel: (07700) 900999
Email: Chris@hotmail.com


PROFILE:
A Senior Quality Assurance Technician with a wide range of experience in the food industry. Able to work on own initiative and as part of a team. Proven leadership skills involving managing, developing and motivating teams to achieve their objectives. First-class analytical, design and problem solving skills. Dedicated to maintaining high quality standards.
MAJOR ACHIEVEMENTS:
  Saved the company £50,000 a year by implementing a new quality assurance system.
  Increased the acceptance level of finished goods from 96% to 99%.
  Achieved BS5750 for the production line by rewriting the company's quality assurance procedures.
  Solved major quality assurance problems which temporarily halted production.
CAREER HISTORY:
1989 - date GEPO FOODS LIMITED
1992 - date Senior Quality Assurance Technician
  Gepo Foods manufacture biscuits under the brand name Manu at their Manchester factory. Responsibilities and achievements:

 

  Managed all quality assurance in Gepo Foods' Manchester factory and reported directly to the Factory Manager.
  Managed a team of 6 people; assigning them tasks, and motivating them to meet deadlines.
  Demonstrated the quality assurance procedures to customers on factory visits.
  Performed Quality Audits at the factory.
1989 - 1992 Quality Assurance Technician
 
  Created computer applications with the help of a programmer to monitor the factory environment.
  Analysed the quality assurance system and made recommendations for improvements. These were incorporated into the current quality assurance system.
  Examined equipment in the factory to check that it met the company standards.
  Investigated new equipment installed in the factory to make sure that it would comply with quality assurance procedures.


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1985 - 1989 SURRET FOOD PRODUCTS LIMITED
1986 - 1989 Research Technician
  Surret Food Products manufacture a wide range of grocery products. Responsibilities:

 

  Formulated new product lines and conducted the relevant laboratory experiments.
  Performed a study of the shelf life of various canned foods.
  Tested new products to check that they met EEC guidelines for bacteriological content.
  Conducted a survey on packaging.
1985 - 1986 Plant Operator
  Worked on the production line at the canning factory. Responsibilities:
 
  Operated the canning machinery producing tinned fruit and vegetables.
  Solved and fixed any production line problems with the help of the service engineer.

TRAINING:
Various courses including: Quality Assurance, The BS5750 Quality Approach, Team Leadership I & II, Time Management, Report Writing.
QUALIFICATIONS:
BSc (Hons) 2:2 in Biochemistry at the University of Warwick.
3 A Levels: Maths [C], Biology [B], Chemistry [C]; 6 O Levels.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
Driving Licence: Full, clean.
INTERESTS:
Football, Grand Prix racing, physical fitness - gym.



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