Epcot Career Solutions are delighted to announce after 5 years and over USD$2 million investment, every student and jobseeker globally will have FREE, life-time access to our revolutionary CV / Resume* BuilderTool.
This inspirational global initiativehas been made possible via funding from Microsoft and Google video advertisements, and from Indeed, the number 1 global online job board.
A commercial version of our Tool with no advertisements and with additional functionality and support is available globally for educational establishments, governmental departments, training providers etc, at extremely cost-effective rates. Email email@example.com for further information.
A CV is probably the most important document you are going to create. However, it provides the greatest frustration in students and jobseekers who are unable to secure their dream jobs, as they have not been taught how to create a professional quality CV and equally in Employers receiving poor quality CV’s.
So we embarked on a journey with 11 HR Managers to help both parties. This led to creating the only CV Builder Tool in the world pre-populated with over 1,500 fully customisable Job Profiles and 300 Key Skills & Attributes.
Over 250,000 jobseekers globally have successfully used our Tool, with phenomenal results, placing upto 98% of jobseekers into employment, even during a recession (see case study), as well as placing long term NEETS and unemployed, into employment in as little as a week.
Please watch the 5 minute 'Executive Overview' video above, to understand how this unique tool takes the stress out of creating impactful and tailored CV’s, in as little as 10 minutes. Created by 11 HR Managers from global corporations, the Tool boasts:
Important note, while the Tool can create your professional quality 2 page CV in as little as 10 minute; you need to spend time reviewing and enhancing your CV so it provides a true reflection of your achievements, experience, qualifications and skills; is tailored to the job you are applying for and importantly to check for any spelling mistakes or errors.
With free life-time access of the Tool you can continually update your CV as you progress through your education and/or career, as well as create CV’s tailored to each job being applied for.
* for the purpose of clarity and readability, all further references to CV / Resume will be included as CV on our website and within the Tool ** If you are using our Tool outside the UK, your Job Profile may be under a different name i.e. in the USA an Estate Agent is called a Real Estate Agent, therefore Google what your job is called in the UK and then you can rename this Job profile when importing this profile into your CV.
It is essential to read the Systems Requirement section first,and check you have the correct software to run the Tool, as well as direction on gaining access to the Tool. Then in 3 easy steps you can create your own professional quality, customised CV, and match it to relevant jobs using Indeed, in over 60 Countries.
Then, if you are creating one of the following CV types, please watch its’ respective short training video which are located in the Training Videos section at the bottom of the page:
An email will be sent to your inbox, which you must action to complete the registration process. Then you can login to the Tool and create your professional quality, customised CV.
It is essential to customise the Profile, Key Skills and Career History sections of your CV for every job application, by reflecting the requirements of the Employer / job. Please maintain all customisation in the third person (i.e. avoid using I, He, She).
Guidance on customising your CV:
Please check your CV for any spelling and grammar mistakes applicable to your country, using the spell check function in Microsoft Word, as our Tool currently only creates CVs in UK English i.e. colour is spelt color in the USA.
Jobseekers globally have been using the Microsoft Translate function available in Word, allowing you to translate your CV to 50+ languages (click here for further information).
Once you have created your CV, please apply for relevant jobs on the Indeed job site, via clicking on the Indeed logo within our Online Store area.
Please remember to customise your CV for every job application, especially the Profile, Key Skills and Career History sections, using the key skills / experience the Employer is requesting within their advertisement.
To receive regular job match emails, please click on the Indeed logo in our ‘Online Store’ area to ‘Upload’ your CV to your local Indeed jobsite, then select the Auto Job Alert feature. We highly recommend you check for new jobs on Indeed via our Tool every day, as often 1000’s of new jobs are added on a daily basis.
The global presence of Indeed means you can apply for jobs in any of the 60 countries it operates in. Simply enter the country in the ‘where’ section to access the relevant job site.
Please follow the following systems requirements to gain access to the Tool
Systems Requirement, specifically for educational establishments, training providers and governmental departments i.e. jobcentres, libraries etc.
Please ensure your IT Departments also action the following:
Security is extremely important to us, and our SQL database is encrypted to 256bit encryption with SSL Certificate, allowing for secure connection between our Server and your browser.
For added assurance, if needed, we suggest using a dummy name and contact information when creating your CV, then you can manually update your name and contact details once you have downloaded your CV.
Please remember everyone must watch the 5 minute ‘Executive Overview’ and 3 minute ‘How to create a new job profile’ video’s before using our Tool, as well as if applicable, watch the training videos specifically developed if you are creating a Student (or creating your first CV), Graduate, IT/Technical and Management (or other profession) CV.
This 3 minute video provides advice on creating your own Job Profile, based on one of the existing 1,500 Job Profiles in the Tool.
Please watch the in-depth 24 minute video below, to understand the full functionality of the Tool.
Students should select ‘you are creating a student / college CV’ when promoted, as this will ensure you create your CV in the correct format, i.e. your Education is placed before your Career History.
Please watch the 10 minute video below to understand why the graduate Key Skills section is in a different format, as the CV Builder tool does not pre-populate this section with Key Skills, as employers have requested us not to do this.
Graduate CVs are normally a maximum of 2 pages, however some Employers (mostly financial or banking) request a 1 page CV, therefore it is advisable to check with the Employers before sending your CV.
If you are creating a graduate IT/Technical CV, it is highly recommended you also view the IT/Technical CV training video, as you may wish to insert the ‘Areas of Expertise’ and/or ‘Technical Skills’ sections into your CV and include 1 or 2 Key Skills or Achievements (remember to delete the IT Skills section on page 2, if you have used this option).
Please watch the 4 minute training video below.
Select ‘you are creating an IT/Technical CV’ from the select CV Style box, for the right format: ‘Areas of Expertise’ and ‘Technical Skills’ replace the Key Skills section.
Your CV must be focused on your technical skills, as well as the actions and results, rather than just listing your role and experience i.e. explain what action was taken and what happened as a result of your action especially focusing on your achievements.
Use the STAR method (Situation, Task, Activity and Results - you can Google this if you are unsure what this means), with particular focus describing the results of your actions in business goals i.e. ‘Automated the regression testing of software, saving the company over £1.2 million per year, as well as reduced bugs in software releases by 85%’.
Management CV: (of any other profession CV i.e. Marketing, Sales, Teaching, Accounting etc)
Please watch the 7 minute training video below.
Your CV needs to focus on your achievements, actions and results, rather than just listing your role and experience i.e. explain what action was taken and what happened as a result of your action especially focusing on your achievements.
Use the STAR method (Situation, Task, Activity and Results - you can Google this if you are unsure what this means), with particular focus describing the results of your actions in business goals i.e. Launched a new product line, resulting in an additional £2 million revenue for the company within 12 months of launch.