curriculum vitae


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curriculum vitae

A document that outlines a person's educational and professional history.

curriculum vitae

CV, resume Medical practice A formal listing of a person's professional education, objectives, work history, including location and dates of service at a particular hospital, health care facility, university, the role filled at the time of service, academic appointments, professional accomplishments, honors, board eligibility/certification–if relevant, list of publications–eg abstracts, articles, chapters, books, personal, professional references–individuals who can attest to the candidate's competence and integrity; personal data may include marital status, extracurricular interests. See CV weighing.
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Now 33, and working in the local health department in Vicenza, he already has an impressive curriculum vitae: 250 rock climbs, 100 glacier climbs and four expeditions outside Europe.
First the prison would offer the banal curriculum vitae of his or her life so far.
The association holds weekly meetings in an Einsiedeln church hall to discuss their situation, share experiences, network and post their curriculum vitae on the group's website.
While sending a well-prepared resume and curriculum vitae to a firm will get you into the database, the candidate needs to be known by a specific recruiter.
This is merely a section of the overabundance of text which includes Hodder's own interminably long curriculum vitae. I mean, does it really help Hodder's cause when he tells us he has, among a very long list of other things, been doing sixth year assessments at Nottingham for the last three years.
To apply, students must complete a form and submit a research proposal, curriculum vitae, and three letters of recommendation from academic or conservation biology professionals.
A letter of recommendation, the nominee's curriculum vitae, and two copies of a sample of his or her scholarly writing (not to exceed 9,000 words) should be sent to Carola M.
En forma recurrente destaca Orrego que nuestro curriculum vitae es inseparable de lo que nos rodea, que somos parte integrante de ese todo y revela como le deslumbra y maravilla ese "plan gigantesco".
Include a description of the project or activity; its objectives; the project manager's name, curriculum vitae, and contact information; a cost estimate; and a timeline (if applicable).
NOW that we have such a narrow demarcation between political parties and their policies, I feel that it would be prudent for any election candidate for either local or general election to submit a complete curriculum vitae to the electorate.
The worst Graham Le Mar expected was a knock-back when he set off his curriculum vitae for a job as a store manager.

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