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To make the most of your CV, you should also post it to online job boards and recruitment websites. When posting your CV online, there are several methods you can use to get your CV found, which will allow prospective employers and recruiters to contact you about relevant roles.

  • How to be found in a CV database
    If you are dealing with a recruitment agency it is highly likely that your CV will end up on their CV database but you should also put your CV on the many job board databases out in the market.

    Recruiters look for candidates on CV databases using keyword searches. If you want your CV to be found, make sure your CV has the appropriate keywords in it.
     
  • Use descriptive words - the search programme will be looking for specific phrases.
     
  • Check the frequency of keywords in your CV
    Search results will display in order of suitability based on the numbers of times the keywords appear in the CV.
     
  • Avoid irrelevant keywords - your skills and experience should be clear to anyone skim-reading your CV.
     
  • Keep refreshing your CV online - recruiters often search for new CVs only. To keep your CV at the top of the pile, upload it every month.
    Include keywords associated with the industry you work in, the products you work with, jargon, acronyms and technical words, job titles (especially if there is more than one descriptor for what you do) specialist areas, brief company details and systems and processes.
    Most importantly, don't just list keywords in your CV. Use them to describe, concisely and intelligently, what you did and how you did it.