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Compétences acquises

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  1. bulleoflady Senior Member

    French
    Bonjour,

    Je suis en train d'écrire mon CV pour un job en Australie et au niveau de la rubrique "work experience", il est conseillé de décrire nos "key responsibilities" and then "key achievements". Etant donné que je suis étudiante en troisième année et que j'ai peu d'expérience et peu de compétences spécifiques, au lieu de key achievements, je préférerais trouver un équivalent pour dire : Compétence acquises. En gros, qu'est ce que les "key responsibilities" m'ont apporté. D'autant plus que ce sont des expériences genre réceptionnist ou caissier dans un fast food.

    Key responsibilities :
    ......
    ......
    ......

    Skills developed? Knowledge learnt? Key improvements?
    .......
    ......
    ........

    Si vous avez des idées merci !!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  2. Glasguensis

    Glasguensis Signal Modulation

    Versailles
    English - Scotland
    Skills acquired
     
  3. Hannah_99 Senior Member

    English
    Good morning,

    On a C.V., my subheadings include (in this order):

    Languages
    Education
    Work Experience
    Volunteer Work/ Extracurricular Activities
    Hobbies and Interests
    References (or, "References available upon request" if you don't want to put the contact info of your references right away)

    Under "Work Experience" I would write the name of the place where I worked (ex. McDonald's Restaurant), my job title (Cashier, etc.), and the dates (2005 - 2007). Under that, I would write in bullet points what my responsibilities were.

    Work Experience
    Cashier, McDonald's Restaurant, Paris France 2005 - 2007
    -Take customers' orders and prepare their food
    -Operate the cash register and handle cash and credit transactions
    -Clean tables, washrooms, floors and food equipment
    -Respond to customers' questions, concerns and complaints
    -
     

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