So, I’m still looking for a job.

Having recently been accused of not being experienced enough in the things that I’m awesome at!

I think my CV needs some work – I wonder how many jobs I’ve missed out on because people are finding my CV hard to read?

You see, I’m pretty damned good at a lot of things, I’ve been programming since the age of 11, I got my diploma specialising in music technology, I’ve worked as a VFx and SFx producer on an Indie film, I’ve written for industry leading magazines and I’ve done a fair bit of travelling. and naturally I want to tell all potential employers everything about my self, I mean that’s what you do in a CV, Right? WRONG!

When you fill your CV with things that aren’t core to the job type you are applying for  it seems that HR get confused, they miss the important stuff, resulting in my being accused of not knowing what I know; I know – if you can follow that you’re probably a genius!

So, with the time I’m waiting for this frankly awesome Arch-Vis project I’m working on for an article I’m writing for one of those industry leading magazines that I write freelance for to finish rendering, I will download a copy of Windows 7 – provided to me free of charge courtesy of the University of Greenwich’s School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences  (CMS for short) – and when it’s down I will install both it and the Adobe Master Collection CS6, and I will make 3 different CVs that are so amazing (yet still 100% true) that when someone reads my CV it will simply blow the eyeballs out the back of their heads.

Unlike my current CV, my new CV’s will be colourful (but not over the top). It will be clear, concise, accurate and easy to read.

I’m going to make the worlds most amazing CVs, and with people simply wowed by the quality of my CVs they will just have to hire me, they simply won’t be able to stop themselves.

Wish me Luck,

Tim.

PS. Any hints would be awesome! IE should I include my photo?

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2 Responses to “So, I’m still looking for a job.”
  1. Make your own job. You sound like you have a lot of talent.

    • One issue, I’m running low on funds.

      I’ve been thinking along the same lines, but the lack of funding makes it difficult.

      Very impressed by what you’re doing by the way! Fantastic work!

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