Candidates advice in project management

You are applying a project management position : learn how to nail your recruiting interview, how to write a resume and a presentation letter that stand out! Your CV must make all the difference, and be tailored to each job offer. The presentation letter is also really important.  Before the interview, it is essential that you inform yourself about the company to which you are applying. Research and learn all vital information. The interview allows the recruiter to get to know you better on a professional level, on the basis of project management, and also on a personal level.

Certified Project Manager resumé

Here is an example of a resumé for a certified project manager.  This one is specialized in construction and maintenance but can easily be adapted to other industries.


Resumé in project management: example for a project director

This is an example of a resume for project directors, and candidates with at least 10 years of experience in project management.


How to nail your recruiting interview

Before the interview, it is essential that you inform yourself about the company to which you are applying. Research and learn all vital information: the company’s activities, current events, products, competitors, key figures, etc. You will find most of this information on the company’s website. HIGHLIGHT YOUR STRENGTHS The interview allows the recruiter to get […]


How to write a cover letter for project management

A cover letter must be clear and should not exceed one page. Your profile and professional objectives in relation to the position must be prominently stated. You must outline your interest in the job and provide a short summary of your experiences and skills. Nowadays, the formal cover letter is no longer obligatory: most of […]


How to make your resumé easy to read

The recruiter’s first impression will be based on the appearance of your resumé. A good CV is easy to read and highlights the important points. PRESENTATION: AN ASPECT THAT SHOULD NOT BE NEGLECTED: The recruiter’s first impression will be based on the appearance of your CV. A good CV is easy to read and highlights […]


Tailor your resume to each offer

First off, analyze the offer well in order to understand precisely what the recruiter is looking for. Then, modify your CV so that it meets the criteria of the job as closely as possible. The relevancy of your profile should be immediately apparent to the recruiter so that he will think “He’s/She’s the one!” To facilitate this process, begin by creating […]


A good CV makes all the difference

A good CV must be clear and well structured. Three basic sections are necessary:   CONTACT INFORMATION Last and first name, address, telephone number, e-mail address. Make sure not to include personal information (photo, age, domestic status, etc.). This is not a titled section; you may choose to use a header or footer. EXPERIENCE List your experiences chronologically, […]


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