CV TIPS FOR SPAIN
There is no rule of the thumb for a "perfect" CV. When you are applying for a job in Spain, the CV should be no more than 3 pages in length, have an attached photo and be in a reverse-chronological format.
Below you will find the most important topics that should be found in a CV:
Personal Details: with your name, date and place of birth, address, marital status, telephone number with country code, e-mail address and passport number
Education: former companies you have worked for or your studies, computer skills, diplomas, degrees, courses, part-time jobs and most important - languages (English and Spanish are essential in most positions)
Work Experience: companies and dates for which you have been working, including location, specialisation, job title, tasks, duties and responsibilities
If you write the CV in Spanish, please double check for grammar and spelling errors. Also very helpful is to let a native Spanish speaker review your CV.
It is most likely that during the interview languages will be switched from English to Spanish to hear proof of your language skills.
The CV can be completed with "References available on request".