英文履歷表範例 & 面試技巧

很多人出國度假打工, 找工作的第一步就是準備好履歷表,

在此提供茱莉安的”獨家”範例, 因為是我自己大學時候使用的,

但我把內容挖掉了, 不然大家都抄我的, 哈哈哈哈~~

*寫完請不要叫我改, 茱莉安我不是人肉翻譯機, 請叫專業英文老師去改啦!*

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Cover Letter

(中文翻譯名或英文暱稱)

Cell: (手機)

E-mail: (郵件地址)

Address: (地址)

DD/MM/YYYY (填寫的日期)

Attn.:  (想應徵的部門或公司名稱)

Dear Mr. /Ms. /Mrs. (面試人或主管的英文全名) 或 To Whom It May Concern: (如不知道收信者是誰)

以下請用文章來自我介紹和說明來意請分五個段落:

(第一段:敘述應徵職缺, 並表達有高度的興趣)

(第二段:學經歷介紹)

(第三段:自我優勢簡介)

(第四段:補充自己的技能或對此工作的曾有的相關經驗)

(第五段:說明附件內容, 並感謝收信者的閱讀)

Sincerely,

__(英文名正楷)____

___(簽名)_____

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Resume

(中文翻譯名或英文暱稱)

CAREER OBJECTIVE (工作目標)

(對某工作職位或技能或領域的追求)

範例:

To obtain a entry-level position in the retailing industry

SUMMARY OF SKILLS (技能簡介)

(可用條列式介紹個人特質, 專長, 優點等)

EDUCATION (學經歷)

    (最高學歷一樣, 或最近一至兩個, 例如碩士, 學士)

VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE (義工的經驗)

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(其下可以自行發揮)

INTERESTS (興趣)

AUTOBIOGRAPHY (自傳)

ACHIEVEMENTS (個人事績)

WORKS (作品)

CLUB EXPERIENCE (社團經驗)

REFERENCE  (推荐人)

PHOTO (照片)

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選對了,錄取率大增!5大「最完美」面試時間

  • Cheers雜誌173期                                      作者:薛怡青

interview

 

此外,為了節省飛行時間與經費成本,愈來愈多跨國公司的人資主管透過視訊或網路電話來面試應徵者。羅致恆富指出,在美國已有一半以上的人資主管應用視訊面試來進行招募。例如資料庫軟體系統業者甲骨文(Oracle),就經常透過視訊會議面試許多來自愛爾蘭的都伯林、羅馬尼亞的布加勒斯特等各地應徵者。

5大祕訣贏得跨國工作機會

擁有多年提供視訊面試服務的JobOn.com市場行銷總監克里斯.奧蘭(Chris Ourand),綜合整理出5大視訊面試成功的要點:

1. 有問必答

由於視訊面試隔著螢幕,也有實際上時間與空間的限制,不像親自面試有彈性。因此,應徵者除了必須多次事先演練之外,一定要能臨場反應。就算碰到不擅長的問題,也要有問必答,因為視訊面試與面對面不同,之後很難有機會補充。

2. 穿著正式服裝

千萬別忽略穿著的適當性。請一樣穿著正式服裝、保持髮型整潔,女性可化一點淡妝,讓自己在鏡頭前顯得有精神、朝氣與自信。

3. 留意桌面與背景乾淨

如果視訊面試的地點在自家而非公司,請保持桌面、房間的乾淨與整齊,別讓面試官從鏡頭看見私人物品散落各處,不僅有損個人形象,也顯得對這場面試不夠重視。

4. 保持視訊與麥克風清楚流暢,避免空間雜音

一定要事先確定麥克風能清楚收音,而且影像流暢,以免到時手忙腳亂,為了解決技術問題而喪失表現自己的機會。並請特別注意空間雜音是否過大,影響對方收聽,可事先與朋友連線測試,做好準備。

5. 直視攝影機鏡頭,而非螢幕

如果使用筆記型電腦進行視訊面試,記得將臉與眼神對準筆電上方中間的鏡頭,而不是下方的螢幕。可事先練習,並錄下自己演練的模樣,以利改進講話表情與眼神接觸,展現最好的一面。

文章出處: http://www.cheers.com.tw/article/article.action?id=5064420 

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THE INTERVIEW TIPS  面試技巧

Make sure you Understand the Question before you Answer (回答問題前, 確定你了解問題)

Since the main purpose of the interview is to gauge your responses to the interviewer´s questions make sure you properly understood the question. If it is not totally clear, ask them to either repeat the question or clarify it. The worst thing to do is to answer incorrectly because you misunderstood the question. If you do so or not content with your answer, there is room to redeem yourself. You might want to say that you would like to rephrase your answer.

Take your Time (慢慢來~~)

Take the time you need during the interview. You might regret answering too quickly. You might have been able to answer more coherently and concisely if taken a little more time to formulate your answer in your head .

Honesty is the Best Policy (誠實為上策)

You want to come across as an honest person during the job interview. Be honest in your answers but make sure not to be too negative. Try and take a positive approach to your answers. You will come across much better.

Enthusiasm will take you Far (熱情的態度會讓你脫穎而出)

Be enthusiastic during the job interview. Someone who speaks in a monotonous tone and not excited by what he or she is talking about will quickly be forgotten. Do not forget, many of these interviewers see many potential recruits a day, especially if they are doing on campus recruiting. An enthusiastic person will be the one, if he or she has the necessary qualifications, that will remain in the interviewer´s head long after the day is over when the decision has to be made as to who makes it to second and third rounds.

Keep Calm (保持冷靜)

Do not fiddle with your pen or display any sort of nervous tick. Unfortunately the interviewer will catch it right away and may become annoyed. Knee shaking, nail biting, pen twirling are no-no´s during the interview.

Develop a Rapport with the Interviewer (與面試者發展友好互動)

Try and develop a rapport with the interviewer. Not all interviews are regimented question and answer periods. There is room for discussion and dialogue. You might feel comfortable right off the bat with your interviewer. You might even slip in some humour. Do not overdo it on the humour- the last thing you want is to offend someone or make them uncomfortable.

Do not Forget to Thank Them (不要忘記感謝面試者)

When the job interview is concluded, do not forget to thank the interviewer for his/her time and that you are looking forward to hearing from them.

Post Partem (離開後, 請做紀錄)

When leaving the office- jot down some notes about the interview- what was discussed, the names of the individuals in the room. It is a good idea to have a log book. This is in order to keep track of what occurred in each interview since you will be going through a lot of similar ones.

Thank you Note (寄感謝函)

Send a thank you note to each company right away. You may want to include your interest once again in the position and the company and how you would best fit the job.

文章摘錄: http://www.myresumeonline.org/interviews/interview.asp

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