Let our team prepare you a better CV
Spring chicken or seasoned campaigner, we’ll find a way to add value
Whether you are a recent graduate or a senior executive, have worked in NZ your whole life or have recently arrived in the country, CVPRO can prepare you a more effective CV.
Depending on your career stage and circumstances, this may involve creating a CV from scratch, performing a significant rewrite on your existing CV, or taking the time to add a final layer of polish to an already well refined CV.
Whatever the situation calls for, you can rest assured our expert team will take the time to understand your background and your career goals and offer sound and practical advice to improve your CV.
New Zealand format CVs prepared by local experts
We believe local expertise is important. So it goes without saying that all of our team are NZ based with a strong knowledge of the local job market including the CV formatting and presentation preferred by NZ employers and recruiters.
Our prices may be more expensive than some overseas based practices, but we guarantee we will prepare you a CV that is better suited to the NZ market and one that will give you the greatest chance of securing the best job interviews.
Expertise you can trust
In many cases it’s the little things that make some CVs better than others. Like getting the mix of detail and brevity just right. Knowing what to include on the first page and what not to. And understanding that what works well for one career stage or profession doesn’t necessarily work well for another.
With over 2000 CVs prepared and over 40 years combined experience from supporting fields including recruitment, outplacement and human resources, we know the little things that can make or break a CV and have built a successful business around helping our clients use this knowledge to secure the jobs that they really want.
A Better CV. Guaranteed.
Regardless of your career stage or profession, we’re so confident that we can add value and deliver you an improved and high quality New Zealand CV, that if we fail to meet these goals we’ll gladly refund your money.
People often ask me the question, should I put my referees on my CV? Or should I leave them as Available on request. Like the answer to many questions in life, the best answer is, “it depends.”
I am often asked the question, Should I include personal details like my age, religion, and relationship status on my CV? The answer I give is always the same. No, you shouldn’t, except in exceptional circumstances.
At CVPRO we prepare a large number of CVs for recent immigrants to the country who are not achieving the results they want with their current CV.