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Академічний вид резюме (PhD CV)



This is an academic style CV which would be suitable for university and other research posts.It can be much longer than a normal CV: up to 5 pages if necessary. It would not be suitable for a PhD applying for a non-research post (for example a banking job) where a more traditional and much shorter CV would be used: see our other CV examples for this. Also see our Careers Help for Postgraduates and Contract Researchers

Wendy Stephens   15 Green Cross Road, Dover, Kent, DV2 3YZ. Tel: (01321) 612786 E-mail: wstephens5@hotmail.com Date of Birth: 6th February, 1983.   Standard heading format:brief clear and to the point. You don't need to put the words: name, address and CV. You also now don't need to include your date of birth if you prefer to omit this.
Education PhD in Computer Science, University of Kent 2005-2008 Thesis Title: Identification of Ambimorphic Modalities in Data Mining Systems (Funded by EPSRC bursary) Supervisors: Dr A. Turing and Professor A. Lovelace Brief Synopsis of Research: Many computer scientists would agree that, had it not been for local-area networks, the emulation of link-level acknowledgements might never have occurred. The notion that cyberneticists cooperate with highly-available modalities is often good. We instrumented a deployment on the KGB's network to quantify topologically scalable epistemologies's impact on J. Quinlan's study of Ambimorphic Modalities. This configuration step was time-consuming but worth it in the end. Had we emulated our Planetlab overlay network, as opposed to deploying it in a controlled environment, we would have seen degraded results in Data Mining. Our method also stores ambimorphic modalities. eliable systems are particularly theoretical when it comes to embedded methodologies. It is always a significant objective but fell in line with our expectations. A detailed synopsis is in the attached appendix to this CV.   Just a brief introduction to the PhD, more detail is given in the appendix.
During my PhD I have also led seminars, supervised undergraduates in the laboratory and taken a course on "Effective Tutoring and Assessment". Research Interests: My current research centres around the random behaviour of fuzzy epistemologies.   Evidence of teaching experience can be very important if applying to lecturing posts. Research interests aren't essential, but should be added if they relate to the research area you are applying to.
2002 - 2005 BSc (Hons) Computer Science, University of Kent. Upper Second Class Honours. Modules included: Structured Programming, Software Engineering (Including Object Oriented Theory), Networks and Communication Systems Group project on database design. I achieved well above average marks for this project. 1995 - 2002 Folkestone High School 2002 A-levels:Chemistry B, Computer Science B, Maths C 2000 GCSE’s: 8 including Maths and English and German, all at grades A to C   Brief details of school education is all that is required at this level. Language skillsmay be worth mentioning as it's valuable to be able to read research papers produced in other languages
Employment 2008 - 2009 Research Assistant, Dept. of Computer Science , University of Kent, Canterbury, UK I work as part of Professor J. Andrews research group in the field of the influence of replicated archetypes on complexity theory. My work involved the testing of a novel heuristic for the significant unification of evolutionary programming (SortesHeal), disproving that lambda calculus and erasure coding are regularly incompatible. July 2004 - September 2004 Tesco (Shop Assistant) Duties involved taking orders and stock control, generally dealing with customers and organising other assistants. I built a strong positive relationship with customers and staff   Relevant employment is of course the main focus here, but it's worth mentioning briefly other work that required people and teamworkinging skills and the skills mentioned below.  
     
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Skills General skills in research project management and data analysis. Specific expertise and interests in: Computing Skills:
  • Applications: Microsoft Office Suite, Internet Explorer, Paint Shop Pro, Dreamweaver and several e-mail packages.
  • Programming Languages: C#, Java, Prolog, Perl, SQL, and HTML.
  • Operating Systems: Unix, Windows Vista, Windows XP
Teaching Skills:
  • Postgraduate Demonstrator. Regularly supervise practicals for undergraduate students and have supervised the undergraduate research projects of 2 final year students.
  • Have lead several seminars for undergraduates in the computer science department.
Time Management
  • It was important to complete my PhD within 3 years and this I did successfully. I also met without fail, the many deadlines in my teaching and supervisory duties. I have extensive experience of juggling different tasks and bringing these to a successful conclusion.
Other skills
  • Knowledge of research methodologies
  • Statistical software: extensive experience with SAS.
  • Data and information collection
  • Writing and presenting reports
  • Full current clean driving licence
  • I have a reasonable understanding of written German.
  Focused on research skills, but also include the "soft skills":
  • academic achievement:demonstrates application & high standards of performance;
  • communication skills: listening, speaking carefully & clearly, putting your arguments fluently in writing;
  • analysis: distinguishing relevant from irrelevant information, identifying issues & problems;
  • commitment:seriousness of purpose, capacity for hard work; initiative; self-motivation & self-discipline
  • practicality: realism, ability to set attainable goals;
  • maturity: tenacity, independence, organisation;
  • decisiveness: fact-finding skills, clarity, judgement, courage;
  • Original and creative thought: develop new concepts & ideas;
  • group skills: teamwork, leadership, ability to motivate others;
  • computing skills: knowledge of stats packages, spreadsheets, databases & programming languages.
  • Overcoming difficultiesand solving problems.
  • To be independent.Managing your own time & work.
  • To argue your case with logic & not to be easily dissuaded by the views of others.
Interests I enjoy rugby and was a member of the Kent University Rugby Club. The latter involved participating in activities, such as raising money for charity events, for example, in RAG week. I also enjoy current affairs and traveling.     Not that important at this level, but does give aflavour of your personality and perhaps evidence for some of the skills outlined above.
References
Dr Alan Turing (PhD Supervisor) Department of Computer Science University of Kent Canterbury Kent CT2 7NJ Professor Ada Lovelace Department of Computer Science University of Kent Canterbury Kent CT2 7NJ  
   
  Normally two academicreferences will be required here.
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APPENDIX Detailed Synopsis of PhD The roadmap of the research is as follows. Primarily, we explored the need for Smalltalk. we placed our work in context with the existing work in this area. To answer this question, we demonstrated that interrupts and interrupts are largely incompatible. Similarly, to answer this obstacle, we argued that although congestion control can be made collaborative, concurrent, and event-driven, the Ethernet and vacuum tubes are regularly incompatible. Many computer scientists would agree that, had it not been for local-area networks, the emulation of link-level acknowledgements might never have occurred. It might seem perverse but fell in line with our expectations. The notion that cyberneticists cooperate with highly-available modalities is often good . To what extent can write-ahead logging be constructed to realize this ambition? While previous solutions to this problem are promising, none have taken the pervasive method we propose here. Despite the fact that conventional wisdom states that this challenge is entirely solved by the simulation of cache coherence, we believe that a different approach is necessary. The disadvantage of this type of method, however, is that IPv6 and Boolean logic are often incompatible. The disadvantage of this type of method, however, is that multicast solutions and link-level acknowledgements are rarely incompatible. Combined with e-commerce, such a hypothesis improves an analysis of vacuum tubes . We prove that Internet QoS can be made event-driven, robust, and wireless. The basic tenet of this method is the deployment of the producer-consumer problem. Despite the fact that prior solutions to this obstacle are bad, none have taken the permutable approach we propose in this work. While it might seem perverse, it is derived from known results. Without a doubt, it should be noted that Herte runs in W( n ) time. Therefore, we see no reason not to use e-business to emulate authenticated models. We question the need for the analysis of active networks. Despite the fact that conventional wisdom states that this riddle is entirely answered by the refinement of SCSI disks, we believe that a different approach is necessary. Although such a hypothesis is mostly a compelling goal, it fell in line with our expectations. Similarly, this is a direct result of the construction of local-area networks. However, this solution is mostly satisfactory. Nevertheless, this approach is never adamantly opposed. Combined with checksums, such a claim deploys a novel methodology for the improvement of 4 bit architectures.     If you were applying to a non-research job you could probably omit this more detailed synopsis. Computer scientists will, by now, have realised that this PhD synopsis is entirely bogus. It was generated by a program called SCIgen which generates random Computer Science research papers! You will find it athttp://pdos.csail.mit.edu/scigen
Conferences, Presentations and Courses Attended
  • Research Council Graduate School,November 7th - 12th 2006.
  • Ergonomics Society Group Meeting, Nottingham, February 2005, presented poster.
Publications/Conference Papers
  • Turing, A., Andrews, J. & Stephens, W. Decoupling Markov models from suffix trees in scatter/gather I/O. Journal of Knowledge-Based, Optimal Technology 82 (2007), 57-60.
  • Harris, I., and & Turing, A. Simulating consistent hashing using perfect methodologies in POT the Workshop on Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery (Dec. 2006).
  • Babbage, C. & Turing, A.,. Visualizing the Turing machine using embedded archetypes. Journal of Embedded Configurations 25 (Nov. 2007), 85-102.
  Conferences, publications and presentations are very important for applications for academic posts.
Awards, Fellowships, and Grants
  • EPSRC Research Bursary 2005 - 2008
  • Burroughs Wellcome Computational Equipment Grant, (2008 - 2009)
  • NSC Travel Grant to FARO Advanced Study Institute, 2007
Professional Memberships
  • Student member of the British Computer Society
  Again more good evidence of enthusiasm for your academic area and recognition by awarding bodies
     

 

Casual Work CV

 

This is an example of a CV specifically targeted at summer retail work. Slightly adapted it could also be used for restaurant, pub or casual office work in the vacations or part-time during term time.

Also see covering letters

 

James Aloysius Snuffleupagus Bond 47c Moonraker Road, Canterbury, CT3 8PQ Telephone Number: 07766634669 D.O.B: 17th April 1989 email: 007@MI5.org.uk    
Profile I am looking for a retail or similar job over the summer vacation in Canterbury. I am available for work any time after the 30th May until the 20th September. I have shown myself to be self-motivated, committed and determined in achieving my goals, come what may. I have also demonstrated negotiating and organising skills, a sense of responsibility and my capacity to work hard under pressure. I am able to relate to a wide range of people, as proven by my varied work experiences. All my jobs in retail required using computerised till systems and working accurately.   A clear, well writtenobjective or personal profile can help to stand out from the crowd. Avoid hackneyed phrases such as "I have good communication skills and work well in a team"! Being prepared to work hard and do almost any task are key attributes for casual jobs.
WORK EXPERIENCE Saturdays Dec 2007 - April 2008 Sales Adviser, Fenwick's, Canterbury Duties involved customer assistance and advice, stock taking, ordering of relevant stock from warehouse and its unloading, arranging stock, arranging and displaying sales items, till operating (handling cash and till floats, plus ordering change), arranging special orders and deliveries, as well as answering telephone enquiries. I was also responsible for my own particular sections of the department and had to ensure they met with the approval of my managers. June 2007 - Sept 2007 SE Railways, Customer Service Assistant, Chelmsford Developed my customer service skills so that the public felt at ease when asking for assistance with their travel arrangements. Maintained my calm demeanor and positive outlook, even when dealing with angry passengers from delayed trains or cancellations. July 2006 - Sept. 2006 Moneypenny Restaurants, Chelmsford, Essex. Duties involved meeting and greeting of customers, plus dealing with their enquiries, maintaining welfare and hygiene, and ordering stock. Also taking telephone bookings and orders. There was a strong emphasis on health and safety, customer care and satisfaction. I learnt about working both on my own and with others, working calmly under pressure, and greatly improved my communication skills. I had to use my initiative and be able to handle stressful situations. I also sometimes had the responsibility of closing the restaurant and cashing up at the end of the day. Other jobs have also included: housekeeping as part of Kent Hospitality and temping work in a fruit factory.     Normally students put their degree before theirwork experience, but for casual work during your degree evidence of relevant work experience is of greater importance than your essay writing ability! Relevant practical skillsare be more important than your degree If you can show you have useful skills and experience that can be put to good use from day one, you will be at an advantage over other applicants! Gives details ofcompetenciesgained in other work that would be valuable in most jobs:prioritising, administration, training and customer service skills. This is a good place to use Action Verbs
     
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SKILLS:
  • Teamwork: enjoy working in both team environments and independently
  • Providing excellent customer service: customer focused employment; liaising as a runner
  • Fast and proficient IT: I completed the ECDL course and am now proficient with Windows 98 and Windows Explorer, Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Internet Explorer and Outlook. Excellent knowledge of Word, Excel, Access, Outlook Express and PowerPoint.
  • Full, clean driving licence
  More details of competencies of value in casual jobs
     
INTERESTS & ACHIEVEMENTS
  • Helped to organise many events in the community while at school. These included a party for the elderly and a scheme to link first years at the school with a member from the sixth form, providing an extra channel if they were facing any difficulties at the school.
  • I captained the local hockey team for 2 years. At school I was a member of the hockey team that won both the Chelmsford Cup.
  • I was a Student Tutor at University as part of a community interaction scheme. I assisted teachers in a secondary school by listening to pupils read and helping them with their class work. I also took small groups of children to tutor on my own.
  • A passion for dry martinis: shaken, not stirred.
  While your CV should be a clear outline of your relevant skills and experience your enthusiasm, motivation and initiative should also come through, both in the CV itself and the covering letter
     
EDUCATION The University of Kent, Canterbury – September 2007 -July 2010BA Joint Honours ‘English and American Literature with History’ 2000 – 2007 Goldfinger School, Chelmsford, Essex 2007 A Levels: English Literature : B, Classics : B, Russian : B 2005 Ten GCSE’s (A-C) which included Mathematics, double Science and French.   Only brief details are given of academic qualifications, as they are not particularly relevant to the job. French and mathematics GCSEs are mentioned. The latter shows numeracy and the former may be helpful with the might just be helpful in serving the myriads of French schoolchildren the city gets!
REFERENCES: I am happy to supply these on request.   You only need to supply references when the organisation you are applying for asks you for them.
     

 




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