Why do we ask for a Resume or CV?
A Resume or Curriculum Vitae (CV) details your education and study, experience in the workplace and any volunteer roles you hold or may have held. It may also list the types of skills you have, such as whether you are a good communicator. This helps us to know your background before your interview.
If you don’t have a current CV – perhaps you’re self-employed, retired or have been out of the workforce with carer responsibilities – feel free to download and use this template.
Please include your name, contact information, education, skills and experience. Formal education qualifications and job experience are not essential – but we still need a CV. Just let us know what you’ve been doing until now, and what your skills and hobbies are so we can better understand you.
One to two pages is an optimal length of information, and PDF is the preferred file type, although larger files in a range of formats can be accepted. The following CV is included to indicate the level of detail required.