There is no second chance for a first impression.
That is why our work begins a long time before you will leave a first impression somewhere. First of all, we create a meaningful profile that is tailored to your skills, experience and wishes. In addition to the CV form, which you can download from this page, we also have an extensive personal interview in which we can get to know each other personally. Because we are never looking for a vacant position that corresponds to your skills solely, but for a working environment that suits you, your personality and your career plans. It doesn’t matter whether you are planning the next big, long-term step in your career or want to make a challenging stopover in a specific department at short notice – only if it really fits it really makes sense.
A good curriculum vitae – meaningful, relevant, no empty phrases.
Even if a curriculum vitae basically always contains the same elements – in addition to a downloadable form, we also offer you intensive assistance in the preparation of your application documents. Only a really meaningful profile will provide a clear picture of your strengths, your professional expertise and your personal wishes. On this page you will find very detailed instructions on how to set up a promising CV. In this way, you can create a targeted and efficient CV that contains all relevant data – without superfluous phrases. Please read the following information carefully, complete the form and send it to us.
The general structure:
Introduction: As a short introduction you should explain your motivation, why you want to work in Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands or Belgium to your future employer. Briefly depict your medical interests and previous experience. Describe your current job, previous work experience, in which direction you want to further evolve and the experiences you want to gain.
Description of your present work: Describe your current work situation in detail. It is important to answer the following questions in detail: What kind of medical examinations and therapies do you carry out? What are your tasks and responsibilities? How long have you been working there? How big is the clinic? What is the number of beds and patients in your department? How many operations do you perform and how experienced are you with these?
Please also describe what position you are in, whether you have been specially trained for this and what your medical interests are. Record everything that is relevant to your future employer and be as detailed and meaningful as possible.
Description of your previous jobs: Description of your previous jobs: Write a detailed description of your previous work environments. You can use the questions in point 2 as a guideline.
Tabular curriculum vitae: (Download) Please fill out our CV form. You can download it as a Word document on this page. It is important that you fill in all applicable points of the form. Please avoid abbreviations – names and positions must always be written out. Please insert a current passport photo in the upper right corner. Pay attention to proper clothing (men always with ties, women not too heavily made up and not too low neckline). And very important: Please smile! In the document you will find an example for each point. You can delete the examples and points that do not apply to you.
The following points must be completed in the CV form:
Personal Data: Please begin your curriculum vitae with general information about yourself: surname, first name, nationality, date and place of birth, sex, marital status, number of children.
Educational background: Classically, the last educational institution you attended always comes first. So if you start with a university, then you go to grammar school, comprehensive school, primary school. In addition to the name of the university or school, please always state the time period in which you visited the respective institution. If available, please also add the internet address of your university, institute, etc.
Professional background: Here, you also start by naming your current employer and then go on to work chronologically through the individual stages of your career. Provide each entry with corresponding dates, describe your specialist training, briefly describe your work in the respective clinic and enter the Internet addresses of the clinics..
Language: First you always indicate your native language, then the foreign languages in the order of the language level – the higher level first. For each foreign language, you also specify the level directly with A1/A2/B1/B2/C1/C2. Example: German native speaker, English C1, French A2, German B2, etc.
Advanced education: If you have enjoyed advanced training, you can enter it here. The title and short description of the training, including start and end dates, city and country, should suffice.
Publications: Please pay attention to complete references. Name the title, all authors and co-authors, the name of the journal and in which year your work was published. The publication list should be enclosed in a separate Word document (.doc).
Technical skills: Computer skills are described here. For example how to use Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint), spreadsheet, Internet, etc.
Surgical catalogue: Surgeons and anesthesiologists are requested to write an OP catalogue in tabular format. Your catalogue should contain operations that you have performed until now. Please separate operations that you have performed independently from operations that you have accompanied as an assistant. This surgical catalogue should be enclosed in a separate Word document (.doc). Make sure that the numbers correspond to your official surgery catalogues.
References: At the end of your CV you will have the opportunity to list references. Note down names, addresses, telephone numbers, name of the clinic, institute or university along with the respective Internet address.
Send the completed form and the additional documents completely to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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