Natives.co.uk helps you prepare a killer CV!

By adamrowden, 20 Jul '12 at 09:34

A great example of a good CV!

If you are looking to work a ski season, but you don't have a CV written out, then fear not, we are here to help. Below is a cracking example of a great way to lay out your CV, and though it is slightly dated, it is still a great example of what you should be aiming to do.

If your CV comes out looking anything like the one below, then you have done a great job. Writing a CV can be a bit of a pain, so a little bit of guidance can go a long way.


If you want to work a season, but don't have a CV yet, you could do worse than use this template. We like it because it's clear, with the most important information at the top.



You can also follow this page up with a second page highlighting your training and accreditation as well as your hobbies and interests any languages you speak and your references.

We hope this has been of some use to you!

If you would like some more help then click here to see our complete guide to writing a cracking CV!

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