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How International Development friendly is your CV?

It is really selling your skills and experience?

In one helpful session you receive:

  • Feedback on your content

  • Comments about layout and style

  • A CV review against your career objectives

  • Suggestions for better presentation of information

  • An overall improvement!

Has your CV currently got the top 5 CV errors?

CVCheck helps you by considering such questions as:

  • Is your CV voluntary sector friendly or specifically NGO friendly?

  • Are you promoting your skills in a relevant and consistent manner?

  • Is it jargon free?

  • Are you selling your hard and soft skills?

  • What are you really saying?

This service is available by Skype or telephone.*

How it works

  1. Make payment and then email your CV.

  2. We will get in contact and suggest a convenient time for you to talk*.

  3. Your consultant will make suggestions about the content and layout of your current CV, in context of your career goal.

For your convenience appointments are available by Skype day time and early evenings.

Attach your CV to this email and then click add to cart.

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"So good, that I got the job... I am happy and thankful, I am definitely going to recommend the service to my friends"

"Useful, clear and direct advice"

"fantastic... an excellent service and fantastic value for money. Professional, honest, thorough"

"Hard hitting but practical, it made so much sense"

Important note: We do not write your CV, there are many specialist agencies that provide this service, neither do we write cover letters as this would be a fraudulent application.

*In order to keep CVCheck at this low price all telephone calls are made by the client.

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