How to write a resume of a cook
Before you start writing, think through the style that you will use. There are three generally accepted style standardssummary. chronological, functional and mixed.
If you have a small experience of cook work or not at all, then choose a functional style. Put the main emphasis on your existing culinary knowledge, and not on what experience you have gained. Concentrate writing on presentation of your skills and level of education.
If you have a lot of experience behind the shoulders, then give preference to the chronological style. Here it is necessary to show not the recipes in which you are competent, but the contribution you invested as a cook. This style implies the description of his work experience in chronological order. Telling about the experience gained in the past places of work, do not forget to mention your training of trainees, if any, what ideas and what new things you brought into production, the author of what recipes taken in the case were you, for which we were responsible that you instructed, and what was your initiative in improving the quality of catering. Indicate all the rewards and rewards received in the past work. And in general, try to present yourself in the most favorable light, but only include in the story only relevant information.
The most successful is the mixed stylesummary. It combines both chronological and functional, emphasizing important details concerning your qualifications aschefs. Thissummary easier and more convenient to read. Avoid unnecessary verbose refinement. Emphasis on your achievements, of course, you need to do, but keep in mind that few people will believe that you were the only one holding a restaurant or canteen.
Make up your ownsummary as correctly as possible, because it will give the first impression of you as a person and an expert. Try to competently "sell" your experience and your knowledge. If you have not already left your old job and are just about to change it, do not specify your boss's contacts for good recommendations. If a potential employer calls your work place, then in the end you can both lose your old job and not find a new one, because your current superiors, having learned that you are preparing to leave them, are unlikely to want anything good about you.