Fully Assessed & Appraised Candidates | 73+ Years Local Knowledge | 4 Experienced Consultants

We believe our service to candidates is unrivalled in Norfolk. To experience it for yourself, email your CV to [email protected]

If you’re looking for a finance or accountancy job in Norfolk, call Big Sky Additions today.

Justin: 01603 516 230

Sam: 01603 516 254

Tina: 01603 516 280

Emily: 01603 516 530

  •  Expert consultative advice to advance your career
  • Help with CV preparation and interview tips, including the psychology of interviewing
  • Regular updates on the local job market by phone, face-to-face, email, text or skype
  • In-depth and constructive feedback after interview – even if unsuccessful
  • Full support and aftercare for at least the first 100 days of starting your new role
  • 24/7 availability, we’re not restricted by office hours

Fully Assessed & Appraised Candidates | 73+ Years Local Knowledge | 4 Experienced Consultants

We believe our service to candidates is unrivalled in Norfolk. To experience it for yourself, email your CV to [email protected]

If you’re looking for a finance or accountancy job in Norfolk, call Big Sky Additions today.

Justin: 01603 516 230

Sam: 01603 516 254

Tina: 01603 516 280

Emily: 01603 516 530

  •  Expert consultative advice to advance your career
  • Help with CV preparation and interview tips, including the psychology of interviewing
  • Regular updates on the local job market by phone, face-to-face, email, text or skype
  • In-depth and constructive feedback after interview – even if unsuccessful
  • Full support and aftercare for at least the first 100 days of starting your new role
  • 24/7 availability, we’re not restricted by office hours

Fully Assessed & Appraised Candidates

73+ Years Local Knowledge

4 Experienced Consultants

We believe our service to candidates is unrivalled in Norfolk. To experience it for yourself, email your CV to [email protected]

If you’re looking for a finance or accountancy job in Norfolk, call Big Sky Additions today.

Justin: 01603 516 230

Sam: 01603 516 254

Tina: 01603 516 280

Emily: 01603 516 530

  •  Expert consultative advice to advance your career
  • Help with CV preparation and interview tips, including the psychology of interviewing
  • Regular updates on the local job market by phone, face-to-face, email, text or skype
  • In-depth and constructive feedback after interview – even if unsuccessful
  • Full support and aftercare for at least the first 100 days of starting your new role
  • 24/7 availability, we’re not restricted by office hours

CV Preparation

The words Curriculum Vitae literally mean “story of your life”. Your CV is a summary of your skills, achievements, experiences and education, designed to capture a prospective employer’s interest. Your CV should be regarded as a work in progress and updated regularly, however in reality you only change your CV when you seek a new job.

The importance of a great CV cannot be over-estimated as it can:-

  • Get you an interview by intriguing a potential employer.
  • Encourage the interviewer to focus on your achievements.
  • Help you to remember the key points that you want to emphasise at interviews.
  • Leave the interviewer with a clear reminder of what you could do for their organisation.

To achieve these aims, you must ensure your CV stands out from other CVs to make sure that it is short-listed for a job. It must be distinctive and professional so that it creates impact and interest.

Preparation is key

  • Create an air of quality – you are being judged initially by your CV alone.
  • Don’t use binders, covers or title pages, which add clutter.
  • Make sure that your CV works independently of a cover letter in case they become separated.
  • Make your CV concise and tailored to the role in question.
  • Unless otherwise specified, don’t include a photograph.
  • Present your details in a clear flowing style and be consistent throughout.
  • Keep in mind the needs of the employer who will be reading it.
  • Consider what s/he is looking for in a candidate and make it easy for the reader to pick out those skills.
  • Use common typeface such as Times New Roman or Arial.
  • Never incorporate graphics, shading, brackets, italics, underlining or columns and always send an original CV, never a photocopy.

CV Preparation

The words Curriculum Vitae literally mean “story of your life”. Your CV is a summary of your skills, achievements, experiences and education, designed to capture a prospective employer’s interest. Your CV should be regarded as a work in progress and updated regularly, however in reality you only change your CV when you seek a new job.

The importance of a great CV cannot be over-estimated as it can:-

  • Get you an interview by intriguing a potential employer.
  • Encourage the interviewer to focus on your achievements.
  • Help you to remember the key points that you want to emphasise at interviews.
  • Leave the interviewer with a clear reminder of what you could do for their organisation.

To achieve these aims, you must ensure your CV stands out from other CVs to make sure that it is short-listed for a job. It must be distinctive and professional so that it creates impact and interest.

Preparation is key

  • Create an air of quality – you are being judged initially by your CV alone.
  • Don’t use binders, covers or title pages, which add clutter.
  • Make sure that your CV works independently of a cover letter in case they become separated.
  • Make your CV concise and tailored to the role in question.
  • Unless otherwise specified, don’t include a photograph.
  • Present your details in a clear flowing style and be consistent throughout.
  • Keep in mind the needs of the employer who will be reading it.
  • Consider what s/he is looking for in a candidate and make it easy for the reader to pick out those skills.
  • Use common typeface such as Times New Roman or Arial.
  • Never incorporate graphics, shading, brackets, italics, underlining or columns and always send an original CV, never a photocopy.

CV Preparation

The words Curriculum Vitae literally mean “story of your life”. Your CV is a summary of your skills, achievements, experiences and education, designed to capture a prospective employer’s interest. Your CV should be regarded as a work in progress and updated regularly, however in reality you only change your CV when you seek a new job.

The importance of a great CV cannot be over-estimated as it can:-

  • Get you an interview by intriguing a potential employer.
  • Encourage the interviewer to focus on your achievements.
  • Help you to remember the key points that you want to emphasise at interviews.
  • Leave the interviewer with a clear reminder of what you could do for their organisation.

To achieve these aims, you must ensure your CV stands out from other CVs to make sure that it is short-listed for a job. It must be distinctive and professional so that it creates impact and interest.

Preparation is key

  • Create an air of quality – you are being judged initially by your CV alone.
  • Don’t use binders, covers or title pages, which add clutter.
  • Make sure that your CV works independently of a cover letter in case they become separated.
  • Make your CV concise and tailored to the role in question.
  • Unless otherwise specified, don’t include a photograph.
  • Present your details in a clear flowing style and be consistent throughout.
  • Keep in mind the needs of the employer who will be reading it.
  • Consider what s/he is looking for in a candidate and make it easy for the reader to pick out those skills.
  • Use common typeface such as Times New Roman or Arial.
  • Never incorporate graphics, shading, brackets, italics, underlining or columns and always send an original CV, never a photocopy.