Tip – For each in your employment history, describe any skills and accomplishments that is applicable to the job that you are applying for. Mention any tools, or processes that the company might want to know about, if you speak multiple languages or if you have any other special talents, this is where you call them out.
Here are some skills that you can consider when thinking about your own competencies. Give examples of how you have excelled in any of these.
Analytical, communication, financial, technical, conceptual, creative, decision making, interpersonal, management, time keeping, problem solving, project management, leadership, soft skills, transferable, marketing, sales, HR, accounting, service management, managing third parties, contract negotiation.
Thinking about those successes and accomplishments that can be measured and where you received positive feedback, list them out in bullet form on your CV.
And remember that an achievement isn’t a task, it is a longer term piece of work that was successful.