Do not use if:
Your name and contact details e.g. address, telephone number, mobile and email address.
A common style is to put your name on the top line in bold, and on the next line your address. On the third line you write your telephone number, mobile number and your email address.
This is a short paragraph detailing what position you want, and how your skills can be used to benefit the company that you want to work for. It should not exceed 5 lines.
Here you write a few lines summarising your whole career, highlighting your main achievements and responsibilities. It should contain a compact paragraph of all of your past achievements and contributions and your skills and personal attributes that will entice the reader to employ you.
Instead of focussing on any particular job, you should describe your experience in its entirety. Since you are not focussing on any particular past employment, this means you can include any skills or experience gained in voluntary or unpaid work. Make sure that the headings that you use are relevant to the job that you are applying for e.g. "sales", "management", "marketing", "organisation" etc. These should be ordered in decreasing order of importance and should be backed up with proof of your skills in those areas.
Include approximately 5 functional headings. Here are some common ones used:
In reverse chronological order, detail work experience including names of companies and dates worked. This section is generally brief.
Education and Qualifications
Key qualifications Education and qualifications in reverse chronological order. Include dates, name of the course, name of the educational establishment and the grade achieved.
Hobbies and Interests
Optional but only add some if they relate to the post or if they show off other aspects of your personality.
It is fine to put “Available on request”.