Such as How To Structure Your CV, Interview Techniques Etc.


A powerfully written and well-presented CV will provide a strong representation of You and your capability.

CV Advice


We offer comprehensive interview advice and guidance such as how to prepare for  an Interview.

Interview Advice


Here you’ll find lots of links and tips on how to develop your career in the Pharmaceutical and healthcare Industry.​

Career Advice
A powerfully written and well-presented CV will provide a strong representation of You and your capability
​Creating a professional CV is most important first step in finding a new job. We provide guidance so you can present yourself in the best light. Our knowledge of the industry, and strong relationship with our clients helps you capture all your relevant skills, experiences and expertise in clearly structured manner, giving you a significant advantage over other job applicants.
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What to include in your CV

Your CV should give the employer an insight into you as a person and encourage them to want to meet you to find out more. Cover the following to present evidence of how you’ve developed relevant skills and gained valuable experience through your academic, work and personal life:
Most applications require a minimum of two referees; so ask permission in advance. Current employer reference can be asked for after you have received a formal job offer.  Never lie on your CV. Not only will you demonstrate your dishonesty to a potential employer, but there can be serious consequences too.

CV Style Tips

  • ​Use power verbs, such as ‘transformed’, ‘delivered’, ‘achieved’ and ‘inspired’;
  • Choose descriptive words like ‘effective’, ‘consistent’, ‘determined’ and ‘adaptable’;
  • Focus on the job specification requirements rather than waffling or being too vague;
  • Select appropriate examples of your achievements from past experience;
  • Demonstrate genuine enthusiasm for the role.

The Do’s and Dont’s of writing your CV

The Do’s

The Don’t’s



With careful planning and preparation, you can professionally and clearly present yourself in the best light to a potential employer.

Many people approach an interview with apprehension and nervousness, but don’t worry, this is normal. With careful planning and preparation, you will avoid becoming overwhelmed, and be able to professionally and clearly present yourself to the employer for interviewer.  ​

​Know Yourself
Complete a thorough self-assessment – think about your skills/abilities, background, values, experience, education, training, and career goals and aspirations. Your aim is to determine how to best market yourself to an employer. If you have difficulty identifying your skills and qualifications, write everything down and scale back. You may surprise yourself and realise that you have a lot more skills and experience than you originally thought!

Know Your Area of Expertise
Employers will want to know why you selected a particular career field to pursue, what your related experience has been, and why you are interested in the role. Be prepared. Do some research and look up similar roles to the one you are applying to: the field of work, the industry, and the role.

Know Examples
Most interviewers today use behavioural interviewing techniques and questioning, based on the assumption that past behaviour is the best predictor of future behaviour. The primary aim is to allow the candidate to provide actual examples of previous scenarios or projects so make sure you think about similar situations or events that you can discuss.