Sobhan Mohmand, Career Expert 13 Apr 2020
The aim of your Information Technology CV is to make you come across as someone who is not only Technical-Minded but also possesses excellent Communication and Organisational skills. /
Any computing professional – be it an IT Technician, Administrator, Manager or Director – has to be able to liaise and communicate effectively with the rest of the workforce. Therefore, extra consideration should be given to these tasks, skills and activities on your CV.
Please find below a good example of how a well-balanced IT CV should be written and presented:
Address: 109 Hollywood Avenue Birmingham B35 4HE
Tel: 0121 75x 8932
Mob: 0796 89x 3931
I am an energetic, ambitious person who has developed a mature and responsible approach to any task that I undertake, or situation that I am presented with. As a graduate with three years’ worth of experience in IT and management, I am excellent in working with others to achieve a certain objective on time and with excellence.
A dynamic, technical-oriented professional specialised in various forms of IT and media, seeking a career in IT Management where previous experience and skills can be put to efficient use.
|BSc Economic Computing
Degree Classification: 2:1 Honours.
|Sheffield University||2009 – 2012|
|BTEC National Diploma in ICT
Grade: Distinction Distinction Merit
|Woodbourne College||2007 – 2009|
|BTEC First Diploma in ICT
|Woodbourne College||2006 – 2007|
|2010 – Present||Tosox Corporation
|2008 – 2010||Xadato Ltd.
|2006 – 2008||Turro IT Ltd.
IT Support Assistant
Socialising with friends and family, watching TV (BBC Click, news and documentaries), playing football on a weekly basis and computing (creating and designing software and websites).
Dr Thomas Anderson (Tutor)
Lecturer in Engineering
University of Manchester
Star Finder Ltd.
Tel: 0161 22x 3071
Mr. Smith Rodriguez (Employer)
Business Team Leader
Hartford Road, Manchester
Milky Lane, London.
Tel:0020 93x 7319