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Mẫu đơn xin việc và xin thôi việc bằng tiếng Anh, mọi người có ai có cho mình tham khảo với

Chủ đề trong 'Anh (English Club)' bởi PrettieKattie, 15/02/2008.

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  1. PrettieKattie

    PrettieKattie Thành viên mới

    Mẫu đơn xin việc và xin thôi việc bằng tiếng Anh, mọi người có ai có cho mình tham khảo với

    Chào các bạn, mình hiện đang cần form CV và cả form của đơn xin nghỉ việc nữa Nếu bạn nào có tài liệu share giúp mình với nhé

    Thanks cả nhà nhiều
    !
  2. AND1

    AND1 Thành viên mới

    nếu muốn lấy cho tôi hòm thư của bạn tôi gửi qua Mail cho!
  3. AND1

    AND1 Thành viên mới

    đây là một ví dụ:
    Mẫu CV trong hồ sơ xin việc bằng tiếng Anh
    Sunday, 1. July 2007, 11:57:00
    CURRICULUM VITAE OF
    NGUYEN THI THANH

    PERSONAL DETAILS
    Date of Birth: 19 January 1982
    Address: 123 Ly Tu Trong, District 1, Ho Chi Minh City
    Tel: +84(0) 8 2910405
    Mobile: 0905 211009
    Email: thanhnt82@yahoo.com
    Marital status: Single
    EDUCATION
    2000-2005 University of Medicine & Pharmacy, HCMC
    ? BSc Pharmaceutical Management
    1997-2000 Le Hong Phong High School, HCMC
    ? High School Diploma (grade: Excellent)
    QUALIFICATIONS
    2003-2005 Student representative on Academic Committee
    2005 Business Management course - Hoa Sen College, HCMC
    ? Diploma with distinction
    2004 Computer Skills course - Hoa Sen College, HCMC
    ? MS Word
    ? Excel
    ? MS Powerpoint
    ? Website design
    ? Inventory & stock control
    LANGUAGE SKILLS
    ? English: Advanced level General English and Conversation. In ad***ion, I have regular contact with foreign visitors in my voluntary work at Tu Du Hospital, which requires frequent use of spoken English.
    ? Japanese: Sakura School level D (intermediate)
    EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
    Jan 2003 - Aug 2004: Data collection staff, TNS Company, HCMC (part-time)
    Mar 2000 - Nov 2002: Zozo Bakery, HCMC (part-time)
    ? Zozo is a non-profit making organization which raises money to assist the welfare of underprivileged families. I started as a waitress and was then promoted to Assistant Service Manager responsible for organising the daily duty roster for service staff.
    VOLUNTARY WORK EXPERIENCE
    2003 - present: Assistant at Hoa Binh Village, Tu Du Hospital, HCMC
    ? This internationally funded project provides care facilities for young victims of Agent Orange, and undertakes research into the continuing effects of the spraying.
    2003: International Visitors?T Guide, South-East Asia ParaGames, HCMC
    PERSONAL PROFILE
    ? Enthusiastic, open minded, caring and resourceful. I''m optimistic, have a good sense of humour and get on easily with people of all ages and backgrounds.
    ? I intend to return to university for postgraduate pharmaceutical studies, but would like to gain some practical experience of healthcare work first.
    ? I greatly admire the W.H.O., and would welcome the chance to work with an organization in which I can develop the experience gained during my voluntary activities.
    OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS & INTERESTS
    ? Song composition; 1st prize (popular music) in University competition, 2003
    ? Playing the guitar
    ? Badminton and table tennis
    REFEREES
    1. Professor Le Hoang, Head of Pharmaceutical Department, University of Medicine & Pharmacy, HCMC
    Tel: +84 (0)8 8558411 Email: lehoangyds@edu.vn
    2. Dr Pham Thi Phuong, Superintendent, Hoa Binh Village, Tu Du Hospital, HCMC Tel. +84 (0)8 8395118 Email: peacetudu@hcm.vnn.vn
  4. NamTuoc24

    NamTuoc24 Thành viên mới

    cho tớ với mail của tớ là cuong0702@gmail.com
  5. PrettieKattie

    PrettieKattie Thành viên mới

    cám ơn bạn nhiều lắm.
    Còn mẫu đơn xin thôi việc nữa, có ai biết đc trình bày ntn, gồm những phần gì không ạ?
  6. dtcuong85

    dtcuong85 Thành viên mới

    hihi, vào www.vietnamworks.com có đấy bạn ạ! Còn đơn xin thôi việc thì viết kiểu gì chả được, viết tiếng Việt có khi lại được nghỉ sớm hơn
  7. PrettieKattie

    PrettieKattie Thành viên mới


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    PrettieKattie Thành viên mới


  9. PrettieKattie

    PrettieKattie Thành viên mới

    How to write a CV?
    Why do I need a CV?
    Getting an interview can depend on how good your CV is. It''''s your chance to show an employer you''''ve got the skills and experience needed, and that you''''re the right person for the job.
    I''''ve never written a CV before - where do I start?
    Firstly, you''''ll need to think about:
    õ? what to include
    õ? how much detail is needed
    õ? how to make your CV stand out from all the others
    Where can I get help?
    You can get advice on how to improve your CV, or write your first CV, from learndirect careers coaches. You can call them on 08080 100 333. Lines are open 8am to 10pm, seven days a week.
    Not able to get to the phone right now? You can also email an adviser or request a call back at a time *****it you.
    How long should it be?
    Your winning CV should be:
    õ? easy to read with space between each section
    õ? no more than two pages long - only senior executives with a lot of experience should have longer CVs.
    You may wonder how to fit everything into 2 pages but you can free up space by leaving certain things out or by being brief about others that are less important. For example, it''''s not necessary to put ''''CV'''' or ''''Curriculum Vitae'''' at the top.
    What should I definitely include?
    Start with your personal details; your name, address and contact details. It''''s up to you whether you include your age, marital status and nationality - it''''s not essential.
    Tailoring your CV to the job
    Your CV shouldn''''t be your life story but should be tailored for the job you''''re applying for, focusing on the parts that are important. Look at the job advert or the person specification and think about what the job involves, and what the employer is asking for. Take some time to find out about the main activities of the employer.
    Your personal profile
    Underneath your personal details, your ''''Personal Profile'''' outlines your:
    õ? skills and qualities
    õ? work background and achievements.
    It should only be a few lines but must spark the reader''''s interest. For example, if the job involves working with people, you could say you''''re a good team-worker and an effective communicator. Be brief - you can highlight examples of your skills in later sections.
    Education and work experience
    This part of your CV depends on your background and the type of job you''''re applying for. Some jobs require experience, while for others your qualifications are more important. If you''''ve been working for a while, put your employment history first; if you''''re younger and don''''t have much work experience, focus on your education and training.
    Employment history
    Start with your present or most recent job and work backwards, using bullet points. Include:
    õ? each employer
    õ? the dates you worked for them
    õ? the job title
    õ? your main duties
    Employers want to see how your experience will be useful to them, so be brief about jobs that are totally different from the one you''''re applying for. Relevant jobs should be listed in more detail, showing not only your main duties and responsibilities but giving examples of the skills you used and what you achieved. This is the information the employer uses when deciding whether to interview you or not. Your employment history shows your experience and suitability for the job. Include useful information but leave out anything that''''s not relevant.
    Relate your skills and experience to the job description and what the employer is looking for. Also include any relevant temporary or unpaid work. Avoid unexplained gaps in your employment history, as employers may think you have something to hide! You can provide reasons for them further on where necessary.
    Education and training
    Start with your most recent study and go back to the qualifications you got at school. Using bullet points or a table include:
    õ? the university, college or school you went to
    õ? the dates the qualifications were awarded and any grades
    õ? any other courses, if they''''re relevant.
    Hobbies and interests
    Some employers like to read about your interests, as it can give them an idea of your strengths and what you''''d be like to work alongside. As with your employment history, it should be relevant in some way to the job. For example, if you''''re involved in any clubs or societies this can show that you enjoy meeting new people. People often put on their CV that they enjoy cooking or reading, but these activities are too general and widespread to be of interest to an employer.
    Ad***ional information
    If you need to add anything else that''''s relevant, such as a gap in your employment history for travel or family reasons, you could include a further section titled ''''Ad***ional Information'''' after your interests to explain this.
    References
    Finally, you should state that references are available if required, although you don''''t need to include referees'''' contact details on the CV. At least one referee should be work-related; or if you haven''''t worked for a while, some other responsible person who has known you for quite a while.

    How should it be presented?
    Print your CV on white A4 paper, using just one style and font. It should be concise and easy to read. Check it for spelling and grammar mistakes. You can use a computer spelling and grammar check but it''''s also good idea to get it checked by somebody else.
    A common mistake is to use bold type everywhere. It''''s good for section headings such as ''''Employment History'''' or ''''Education'''' but many people use it to highlight dates and previous employers'''' names - this draws the reader''''s eye away from what''''s important.
    What are the different styles of CV?
    There are four main styles:
    õ? chronological CV - the most widely used, listing work history then education in reverse order
    õ? functional - has a section near the beginning that describes skills and abilities acquired through many jobs. Often used by those who''''ve had a very varied career
    õ? targeted - similar to the functional CV, and useful for those with varied or patchy employment histories
    õ? alternative CV - for jobs requiring creative flair
    Được prettiekattie sửa chữa / chuyển vào 20:06 ngày 16/03/2008
  10. bananaXXL

    bananaXXL Thành viên mới

    Hello cả nhà!

    Mình xin bổ sung thêm một số tài liệu nha!
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    - Hướng dẫn viết và download mẫu CV Tiếng Anh

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    Chúc các bạn sớm tìm được công việc như ý!

    Thông tin được gửi từ:
    AROMA - Tiếng Anh Cho Người Đi Làm

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