How to write a private CV

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private CV


A CV is the most important document you can produce in the hunt for a job, especially in the private support sector. It is a principal’s first impression of you and your experience, so has to be the very best representation of your skillset. However, with limited time to impress – research shows that a hirer will spend just 30 seconds reading your CV – there are plenty of things you can do to ensure it stays top of the pile.

There are some general rules that all CVs should follow, regardless of industry:

It’s also worth remembering that in the family office and private household recruitment process, you may undergo an entire interview process with a PA or chief of staff before the principal gets involved. This makes your CV twice as important, as it can make or break your chances – after the interview process!

In order to help with your job hunt, we’ve mocked up a sample to show how a great private CV looks.

 

 

Looking for a role in a private household? Tiger Private can help. Get in touch today. 

Author Laura Glendenning Tiger Recruitment Team

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