Keep it as short and relevant as possible
Keep it concise. You should split your CV/Resume into sections,
such as Personal Information, Qualifications, Employment History
Include your name, full address, telephone numbers (day/evening/mobile),
email address and date of birth.
List both academic and non-academic qualifications in chronological
order, giving grades. Do not include irrelevant information.
Beginning with your most recent job, include your responsibilities,
duration of employment and reasons for leaving. Do not omit any
period of employment for whatever reason, as this may prove awkward
at interview. Make your time accountable.
Include these for your most recent five-year employment history,
even if you have written references. It is essential that you supply
sufficient information, allowing both consultant and potential employers
to contact your referees, regardless of whether they are in the
UAE or overseas.
Listing your interests is important, but do not generalise. For
example, instead of simply saying 'Cricket', you could expand and
say that you have played for a local club for the last four years.
Before submitting your CV/Resume, make sure you check it thoroughly,
not just for spelling mistakes but also, to make sure that it is
a clear representation of you, that it is relevant and that it will
encourage the employer to contact you to find out more. Ask a friend
to check it, too. Someone who works in the industry for which you
are applying would be particularly beneficial.