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Construction Management CV – Page 1
The first page of any Construction management, Engineering and Project Management CV should contain practically all the core information you wish to convey via an original Profile, Skills (Usually Tabled) and Notable Achievements section. When applying for any Managerial or Senior role, be it for a multinational or a community organisation, it is imperative that you’re CV, Cover Letter and LinkedIn Profile reflects your innate ability as a management professional. It needs to demonstrate your talents at hiring, training, leading, and mentoring employees in order to drive Projects forward and create a successful and profitable culture within the company.
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Construction Management CV – Page 2
This should only reinforce and reflect much of the various factual statements that is reflective of a successful career in Management, Project Development and Leadership. A normal ‘Run-of-the-Mill’ CV and Cover Letter for Senior roles in Engineering and Construction is probably going to do you more harm than good. Regardless of the Sector and Specific role, there is unique and fundamental information that needs to be conveyed when applying for any role that requires the management and leadership of staff, projects, finance, departments, teams and businesses. Let us take over from here. Order Below.
Management CV - Framework
Leadership Qualities and Project Management skills need to be at the forefront of your CV and Cover Letter.
Power Verbs to pass the ATS Software (It is important not to use too many).
Targets and Awards
Include Targets, Awards and Accolades from the Management team or company.
Highlight Successful Completion of Projects, both in your current role and those related to the Job Spec.
Clarity and Likeability
Design your CV in an easy-to-read format. Convey a warm writing style that avoids a Robotic Factual-based document.
Avoid Repetitive skills, targets, achievements and daily tasks. Keep it fresh and informative.