The CV should consist of one page for young graduates, or two pages maximum for more experienced profiles. A two-page CV is generally organised in six sections.
• Personal details: name, address, phone number (with international code), e-mail. Marital status, age and nationality (if you are a citizen of the European Economic Area) are optional.
• Title: state the general job position sought, possibly with your strengths, for example 'Commercial assistant trilingual: English, French and Spanish'.
• Professional experience: employment history, including dates, position, company name, industry and location, and detailing your responsibilities, tasks and results.
•Training: provide graduation dates and their equivalent in the French educational system.
• Language and IT knowledge: indicate your native language and specify your level of French - reading, written and spoken.
• Other information, often called 'Interests'. Mention if you have lived in France.Your application letter should be no longer than one page and typed (most frequently you send it by e-mail). Demonstrate your interest in the company and highlight how you meet the needs of the position.