Your Cabin Crew or Airport Operations Technician
Keep it simple Use no more than two easy to read fonts such as: Arial, Helvetica, Times New Roman or Verdana. ● Print you resume on plain white paper. ● Start the CV from a template. ●
Keep it short Stick to the guidelines and do not give information that is not required. â—?
Include summaries of your employment and education, rather than lots of details. Use formal and well-written language, writing simply and clearly. No slang or abbreviations. â—?
Keep it correct Proofread. There is no room for grammatical or spelling errors in a resume. You can use a specific spell check (available in Word or Pages), check on the internet or have somebody critique it. This is a time to be a perfectionist! ●
Now let’s get to business! I will explain each section of the cabin crew CV, what to include and what to leave out. ●
Step 1 – Personal Details On the top of the page include: full name home address personal email address mobile phone Make sure you include an email address that has your name, not nicknames or screen names suck as ‘Pink_girl91@mail.com’ or ‘firstname.lastname@example.org’. If you do not have an email address with your name, create one immediately. It is not necessary to include your date of birth, religion, nationality, marital status or political affiliation.
Step 2 â€“ Professional experience Start with your latest job and continue in reverse chronological order. Include the volunteer jobs or unpaid internships as well. State Start Date to End Date If it is the present job, just fill the start date â€“ present. For all the previous jobs, include the month and year of start and finish. Company name Use the registered company name Company location
Step 2 â€“ Professional experience City, Country Job Title Your official job title Job Description Use short sentences stating the key job responsibilities and highlighting your skills and accomplishments. Include relevant information with just enough detail to demonstrate your skills and show your attention to details along with the ability to communicate and organize your thoughts. Use bullets and try keep to maximum of 3 lines.
Step 3 â€“ Education State the highest level of education only. Any extra certificates can also be listed here. If you went to college, there is no need to give details about the high school. Formula: Dates of attendance School name Location Degree obtained
Step 4 - Skills Listing skills can help you stand out from the crowd. During an Open Day, the assessors quickly scan resumes, so long lists are not likely to get read. Instead, select 5-10 of your strongest, most desirable skills. A short, targeted skills list will be more effective than one thatâ€™s long and overwhelming. Relevant skills for the flight attendant position or airport operations technician include:
Step 4 - Skills ●
Interpersonal Abilities: –
Highly adaptable, positive, open to new ideas.
Proven relationship-builder with excellent interpersonal skills.
Reliability/Responsibility, Dependable Loyalty: –
Loyal and dedicated employee with an excellent work record.
Positive Attitude/Motivation/Energy/Passio n
Step 4 - Skills ●
Willingness to Learn: –
Enthusiastic, knowledge-hungry learner, eager to meet challenges and quickly assimilate new concepts.
Language Skills: –
Fluent in English and Spanish
Beginner in French
Skills not to include in your CV: Driving license ●PC skills ●Hobbies ●
Step 5 â€“ References Unless you are previously instructed to list the details of your references, this part of your CV should remain open. â—?
If you want to be really prepared, print on a separate page a list of 2 or 3 references with name, company, position and contact email or phone number. If the assessors want to have a list of your references, you may immediately provide them with one a copy. â—?
GOOD LUCK WITH YOUR CV!