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Hi, I’m Sue, your local CV Writer, and Linkedin Writer. My office is in Uckfield, Sussex, but I welcome your enquiry wherever you are. I’m here to help you be successful in your job search. Hire me and I will craft your CV and create or optimise your Linkedin profile, so that they really ‘sell you’, to give you the best chance of job success.
With over 30 years of experience and 100s (lost count!) of happy clients, I look forward to helping you too.
Preparation is vital to job success
Whether your job application requires a document CV or not, if you have a CV ready to refer to, it makes the process so much quicker and easier.
Asking me for professional help with your CV, means that you will have all the right tools and advice to make your job search successful.
Why ask for my help?
Writing your own CV can be one of the hardest documents to craft and get right. Selling yourself isn’t easy, and in my experience, asking family or friends to help sadly doesn’t always work either. Using a poor or ‘ok’ CV is likely to result in you missing out on a potentially great career opportunity. Why let that happen?
If you’ve been using your current CV, but it’s not resulting in interviews, it either needs work or you’re applying for the wrong jobs.
Prices: are competitive, offer great value for money, and I pride myself on excellent personal service, with attention to detail. No two CVs are the same, so prices are based on length and complexity of your CV, particularly your career history. See my prices page for more info.
HR experts say:
“Recruiters spend only 6-8 seconds reviewing a CV.”
So, you can see why it’s so important to get your CV right. But with my help, we will do just that.
CV for other uses
Sometimes you may be asked for a CV, for example when dealing with a bank. If you’re self-employed it often helps to have an up-to-date CV to hand. I do that too.
Linkedin is the next step, depending on how comfortable you are with being found and approached online. Stats say that over 91% of recruiters rely on Linkedin to glean more information about candidates like you, particularly for more niche and senior roles. If you do use it, but your profile is only basic and isn’t optimised, it won’t work. I do that too, let me help.