A CV should in general have the following sections: Personal and contact information; education and qualifications; work history and/or experience; relevant skills to the job in question; own interests, achievements or hobbies; and some references.
Check for spelling and grammatical errors and inconsistencies in formatting and punctuation.
Ideally keep your CV to 2 pages where possible.
Each section should be in chronological order with most recent experience first.
Be concise and use bullet points to list key responsibilities.
Job titles are to be clearly displayed and not too long winded.
Use a font that is clear and consistent throughout your CV.
Tailor-make your CV to each job you apply for.
Don’t leave any gaps in your experience.
Do not include false information such as academic qualifications or past experience.