Now that you have built up your experience and worked hard for your Qualifications, you need to showcase your skills to a potential institution or practice. The most important factor to consider is the relevancy of the information on your CV for the position you are applying for. If you are applying for a position as a locum, make sure that your resume has an emphasis on the relevant skills and experience for that specific position. Ensuring your CV is up to date, detailed and correct will help you get Locum work.
What a CV should include for a Locum Medical Professional:
- Personal / Contact details
- Work Experience and Duties
- Professional Body registraion (HPCSA/SANC/SAPC)
List all degrees / diplomas / courses obtained and completed, with subjects passed, year completed and institution.
List your relevant jobs and name of organization in date order. This is not just a list of what you have done, this should be a list of what you have contributed to and achieved. The key skills you have used and the experience you have accumulated over the years.
List of references one you currently work with or last worked with; and another reference that you used to work for in the past.
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