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This is a sample of Felix Khobwe’s Curriculum Vitae, this is simply for demonstration purposes only and any resemblance of information is purely coincidental.


Felix Khobwe

P.o Box 1000
Blantyre
Phone Number: [your phone number Here]
Email: [Your email here]

Career Objective

Felix is a hands on, energetic and competent individual who loves cars and enjoys fixing mechanical things. She comes to you with a strong background in diagnosing faults correctly, explaining mechanical issues to clients, and performing physically challenging tasks for extended periods of time. On a personal level, she is someone who will always provide a professional customer focused service to clients. Furthermore, she is a humble person who fully understands her own professional limitations and is not afraid to seek appropriate assistance when required. Right now, she would like to work for a garage that is looking to take on talented mechanics.

Education

 

Level 2 Diploma in Mechanical Engineering, City and Guilds                                       Lilongwe, Malawi

Technician College of Malawi

Graduated: 2015

Key Skills

  • leadership skills
  • excellent communication and presentation skills.
  • excellent technical knowledge.
  • the ability to manage projects.
  • a high level of IT ability.
  • commercial and budgeting skills.

Employment History

AUTO MECHANIC   —  C.I. Garage —                                                                                                     Jun 2015 – Present

Responsible for inspecting a customer’s vehicle to locate and determine the extent of any necessary overhaul or repair work that has to be done.

Duties:

  •  Testing out motor vehicles so as to see if they are roadworthy and find any faults.
  • Explaining in simple terms to car owners what’s wrong with their vehicles, how much it will cost to repair and how long it will take to fix any faults.
  • Asking vehicle owners questions about the problems they are experiencing.  Going through a checklist to ensure that all key mechanical work has been done.
  • Completing all administrative documentation relating to any work carried out.
  • Sourcing the cheapest suppliers of quality vehicle parts for a particular vehicle.  Test driving cars after they have been repaired to ensure they are safe to drive.
  • Carrying out gas and electrical welding work on the inside and outside of vehicles.
  • Doing everything possible to maximise a vehicle’s availability for its owner.
  • Accurately estimating the time, cost and materials needed for any repair work.

 

TRAINEE MECHANIC                                                                                                   May 2014 – January 2015

Michael’s garage – Blantyre

Professional Affiliations

Member of City and Guilds

Interests (though this field is usually not necessary)

Football, photography and training others in accounting.

References

George Mponda
Auto Mechanic [position] [Company where George works] Cell: [George’s phone number] Email: [George’s email]
Michael pinda
Procurement Officer
[Michael’s work place ] Cell: [Michael’s phone number] Email: michael@email.com
Victor Chirwa
Business support coordinator [position] [university where George lectures] Cell: [Victor’s phone number] Email: [victor’s email]

***end of CV**


REFEREES TIPS

  1. Avoid the temptation of adding more than 3 Referees as that raises alert than you are incompetent. Remember, one who has knowledge does not try too hard to showcase that they have knowledge.
  2. DO NOT add less than 3 referees, it shows you are not a people’s person. Communication is important in any profession, and without having that skill, you wont get any job.
  3. Don’t add relatives or friends on the list
  4. Add at least 1 previous employer if you have experience.
  5. Add at least 1 academic referee, it may be your research supervisor or simply your previous lecturer

PERSONAL INFORMATION TIPS

  1. Nobody wants to know your marital status, keep that to yourself
  2. Information relating to religion is important only when applying to faith based organisation
  3. Where you come from is irrelevant unless of course you were told before hand to prove that information
  4. Unless you are applying for a sales jobs or the employer explicitly requested it,  your age should not be disclosed in your CV

EDUCATION TIPS

  1. Dont list the units taught in a course, it only makes the CV difficult to read and bulky.

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