CV Writing

For most of us,  writing a CV is a task we only think about when we are looking for a job. Yet, as academics, you need a CV for almost everything you do - promotion, grants and proposals, industry, as well as looking for your next job.

The requirements for each of the uses is different too.

Looking for an academic job will need a focus on your academic credentials.

Promotion, will need to include a range of areas set out by your university. These probably include teaching, research, grants, publications, administration, industry engagement and international collaboration (to name a few).

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Simona John von Freyend PhD
Senior Research Fellow
Monash University
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Social Media Manager
Melbourne Climbing School

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Granting bodies are looking for your ability to undertake the work your proposing.

Margaret Murray PhD
Research Assistant (Academic)
School of Chemistry
Monash University

Margaret Murray

And, if it is an industry job you're after, then your CV will need a different focus for that.

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Antonija Grubbisic-Cabo PhD
Research Fellow
School of Physics & Astronomy
Monash University

Antonia Grubisic-Cabo

So, if you're applying for lots of jobs, but getting nothing in response. Or perhaps your grants aren't quite hitting the mark. Or, if you're about to go for a promotion. Get in touch for a complementary review of your CV.

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