15 CV tips from recruiters who have seen it all!

I recently wrote a blog about the top 10 interview tips from the team here at Corriculo so now it’s time for the team to share their CV tips;   If you don’t want to include your full address, at least give the first part of your postcode or the town. The postcode will always […]

10 point CV checklist for maximum success

There is lots of advice out there about how to write a CV and there will always be a certain element of personal preference involved when managers are reviewing your CV. There are 10 simple things you must do with your CV though to make sure you give yourself the best chance of success; Include […]

Which silly CV mistakes are costing you interviews?

  Over the past 10 years it is fair to say I have seen lots of CVs and sadly there are so many that let the candidate down in one way or another. With some of the minor, obvious mistakes, a Recruitment Consultant might spot and correct them on your behalf before submitting your CV, […]

Why you should never assume your CV has been sent to a company

  When you are job hunting you will inevitably speak to a lot of recruiters and hiring managers. When a recruiter calls they will be making a short-list from which they will choose their final candidates. They should always tell you when your CV has been submitted but don’t assume it has or it could […]

Should you include interests on your CV?

  This came up in our office today and it got me thinking. Should you include your interests on your CV or not? I would say a cautious yes.     An interesting hobby could provide a great talking point at interview stage. Hobbies can also give the hiring manager a snapshot of your personality […]