CV Writing Services in London and across the UK

Has worked with clients across London including: City of London, Barking and Dagenham, Barnet, Bromley, Camden, Croydon, Bexley, Brent, Ealing, Enfield, Greenwich, Hackney, Hammersmith and Fulham, Lambeth, Lewisham, Merton, Haringey, Harrow, Havering, Hillingdon, Hounslow, Kingston upon Thames, Islington, Waltham Forest, Wandsworth, Westminster. Soho, London Cityy Centre, Kensington and Chelsea, Newham, Redbridge, Richmond upon Thames, Southwark, Sutton, Tower Hamlets,

A Passion for CV writing and helping others succeed!

I love helping others navigate their way to a brighter future and succeed in getting their dream job.I am interested in all forms of Artificial Intelligence when it comes to key wording and formatting your CV to pass the ATS and Recruitment technologies that will block your CV from ever being read. In 2021 technology plays a bigger role then every when it comes to recruitment and the art of writing a successful CV and Cover Letter.

I want to be on hand to utilise the power of words in a manner that can help my clients get the wages and recognition they deserve. Having recently worked with clients from the City of London, Barking and Dagenham, Barnet, Bexley, Brent, Bromley and Camden, I work online and via email in order to ensure a streamlined service.  I love to combine the factual aspects of your experience, skills, and career with my ability to communicate relevant skills  in a clear and professional manner. I take great joy in removing clutter, expanding on positives, and coming up with a CV that has the WOW factor.  My only goal is to make sure you get that interview. I simply Love working with my clients to get them from the ‘Rejection’ list to the ‘Interview’ list.

Customers Reviews

"As an English Teacher searching for work in Germany, I was sending in an American style Resume that was unsuited and deleted(Presumably). Within 1 week of sending out my new Europass Pro Resume I was getting offers of work in both Germany and Austria"
Rick Henshaw
English Teacher
"The CV and Cover Letter is just what I wanted. Editing it down from 7 pages to 2 was a task in itself, but its quite unbelievable that you fitted in more relevant info then I had myself. I will be passing on your details to my workmates". Thanks again.
Jim Sullivan
Offshore Foreman
Even though I am an HR Manager, I was struggling to write the type of CV and Cover Letter that I like to read myself. Clear. To-the-Point and relevant to the position. I was pleasantly surprised that you managed to do exactly that. Thanks again"
Mike Sendler
HR and General Manager

An CV for Non-Native English Speakers

I have worked with many expats and global travelers based in all areas of London including: Croydon, Ealing, Enfield, Greenwich, Hackney, Hammersmith and Fulham. I have extensive experience writing CV’s that pass the Applicant Tracking Systems, Keyword Software Systems and different Company Software. My experience working with  Non-Native English speakers across the globe ensures my clients get all the assistance they require for a successful outcome to their job application.  Every aspect of your CV must be unique, targeted and filled with Power Verbs, Keywords and Skills related to the role you are targeting. It is a fact that some Companies invest heavily in CV discrimination techniques that damage your chances of getting the role by picking CV’s that do not meet certain requirements. For Non-Native English speakers, it is imperative to create a CV in a tangible and professional format in order to maximise your chances of avoiding CV discrimination and bypassing the Applicant Tracking Systems that most companies utilize to save time and money during the recruitment process.

The Importance of a Great CV

Looking for a better future in London and across the UK? Looking for a better job that suits your unique talents? Having no luck with your applications even though you fit all the required skills? Then you only have yourself to blame. Sending in a badly written CV is a very damaging action that not only damages your chances of getting that particular role, but if you are emailing it to a recruitment agency or large employer, it is also kept on file. Imagine. That will be there ‘Go to’ place to find out if you are suitable for other roles.  You are actually better off sending in a page with ‘I am sending in this CV because I want to ruin my career’. Every Job seeker should seek the help of a professional CV writer, in the same way they seek the assistance of a Lawyer when they go to court. Nothing is more important then your CV. It is the first impression any decision maker gets to evaluate your future career. 

A Photo on your CV?

If no photo is requested in the job advertisement, you are free to decide whether to include one on the CV or Cover Letter.   If you have decided to include a photo, then choose a High quality / resolution in color or black and white (This applies to real photographs and digital images in electronic applications.). You should have a some what sympathetic appearance, relaxed and friendly. You should also have a natural, well-groomed appearance, with formal and discreet clothing, appropriate for a job interview in the relevant industry (shirt, jacket, blazer). Do not choose a five year old photo just because you like it a lot. Use a recent photo. It is important that you look authentic and honest. The image should be limited to the head and shoulders.  Use photos that have been created specifically for advertising in a specific industry. 

Providing CV Writing Services in: Northampton, Archway, Norwich, Dudley, Aberdeen, Portsmouth, Newcastle upon Tyne, Sutton, Swindon, Crawley, Ipswich, Wigan, Croydon, Walsall, Mansfield, Oxford, Warrington, Slough, Bournemouth, Peterborough, Cambridge, Doncaster, York, Poole, Gloucester, Burnley, Huddersfield, Telford, Dundee, Blackburn, Basildon, Middlesbrough, Bolton, Stockport, Brighton, West Bromwich, Grimsby, Hastings, High Wycombe, Watford, Saint Peters, Burton upon Trent, Colchester, Eastbourne, Exeter, Rotherham, Cheltenham, Lincoln, Chesterfield, Chelmsford, Mendip, Dagenham, Basingstoke, Maidstone, Sutton Coldfield, Bedford, Oldham, Enfield Town, Woking, St Helens, Worcester, Gillingham, Becontree, Worthing, Rochdale, Solihull, Royal Leamington Spa, Romford, Bath, Harlow

Basics of the Cover Letter

The first sentence of your Cover Letter is one of the most important parts of your entire application.  It is therefore extremely worthwhile to invest effort, take your time and ensure professionalism every step of the way.  The Cover Letter introduction is not about squeezing your abilities and work experience into a sentence in order to impress the prospective employer, but is is utilized to outline your general ambitions, knowledge of the company and skills directly related to the role.  Before you start with the actual cover letter, you should leave some space for the subject line or job reference number. You can enter the position you are applying for (if the company has advertised several vacancies) and where you have become aware of the advertisement (with date). Is there a reference number – add it to the Cover Letter.  Depending on your work experience or position, there can also be two sides or sections, but any more can make it too long and over formatted.  I have planned and written successful Cover Letter for clients all across London including:  Haringey, Harrow, Havering, Hillingdon, Hounslow, Islington, Kensington and Chelsea, Kingston upon Thames, Lambeth, Lewisham, Merton, Newham, Redbridge, Richmond upon Thames, Southwark, Sutton, Tower Hamlets, Waltham Forest, Wandsworth and  Westminster.

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FAIL

71% of UK Jobseekers have a below standard CV.

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Of Employers

Will Judge Applications based solely on the CV and Cover Letter.

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Chance

Applying with a badly written CV gives you a 10% chance of getting the interview.

Post-Brexit Career Prospects in London 

As the second largest economic center in Europe, year after year, the London economy generates 29% Gross Domestic Product in Britain. London’s economic success is linked to many factors.  Having an efficient and extensive rail and airport network has been very beneficial for the city. Apart from that, historically, London has been one of the world’s leading economies.
About 80% of the population operates in the services sector, while 400,000 people work in maintenance and construction. Financial exports are of great importance to the UK economy, with more than 299,000 people involved in the financial center of the city. Even post-Brexit, London still has more than 500 banks, more than any other capital city in the world. Tourism is also an important source of income in London. The London stock exchange is also one of the largest stock market in the world.