Making the most of ‘keywords’ many employers use keywords when searching for candidates using job titles that they are hiring for, in addition to duties and responsibilities.
So, to ensure you’re ticking all the boxes, always check the job description and company website for specific words and phrases the employer might be looking for.
Your CV need to be adapted in accordance with the job description you are applying for and any other information in relation to responsibilities required for the job. One of the best tricks of the trade is the tailor your CV to the job you are applying for, in as much as your experience allows you to
It is important to note a CV is about selling your skills and experience, your CV has to make an impression so get the basic right. Ensure your CV is clear, concise and to the point (not too long maximum should be two pages).
Finally, your CV should be easy to read and include work experience, education, achievement, and hobbies, all of which present you in the best light.