A skilled and adaptable Project Manager, with experience in implementing and overseeing change.
Has a proven track record of exceeding performance expectations, remaining customer focused and adhering to budgets and timescales.
It is important that you keep this section relevant by identifying the desired skills and attributes outlined in the job description, and by ensuring that the skills highlighted in your personal statement mirror them.
“Steph is an extremely driven, talented and versatile professional footballer, who has successfully honed her leadership skills on and off the pitch.” Now, go on to provide evidence of your skills through specific results or accolades.
Ability to bring about the fundamental changes needed in response to changing commercial, legislative and financial factors.
Strong strategic vision; along with the ability to successfully deliver complex multi-track projects.
Most job seekers are well aware of the power of a strong personal statement, and as such, many get writer’s block.
In this blog, I want to help you overcome these barriers, by providing you with a guide on how to structure your personal statement, what to include in this structure, plus a list of important dos and don’ts.
So what should this heading or opening paragraph include?
In addition it should entice the reader to want to know more and go on to read the rest of your cv or application form.