Working as a sales executive for BSky B, I hit my sales targets and was promoted within two years.
This role have enabled me to develop a valuable and transferable skill set which stands me in good stead for a Sales Manager role.
You can use these answers to determine the structure of your personal statement, identifying what to emphasize and what to downplay.
For instance, if you don’t have any practical work experience, you can always touch on your academic accomplishments or transferable skills gleaned over the years.
Give your role descriptions some context by heading them up with a high level summary that explains what the employer does, where you sit within the organisation and how your role benefits the employer.
Although your CV will be tailored towards the general type of roles you are applying to, you can give each application a boost by tweaking the CV even further, every time you apply for a different role.
For my GCSE Design & Technology project, I built a working calculator and was awarded an A*.
Looking for a start in the exciting world of electrical engineering where I can learn a trade and realise a lifetime ambition.” • “A pro-active sales professional with over six years’ experience.
Your personal statement should end with your objective. This will have no bearing on your potential employer’s decision on whether you are competent for the role.
It’s a chance to wrap up your statement with an explanation of why you want the role and why you’re the best candidate. • Include anything negative – do not talk about your flaws!