You know what you can do and what skills you have - but that's exactly what you need to convey in your speculative application. What could be better for this than a qualification profile (also called a short profile or competence profile)?
In such a profile, you record your hard and soft skills according to your own assessment, which is almost indispensable for some professions. Especially in the IT sector, the future employer can see what the applicant has to show.
Are you looking for a new job or project in the IT sector? We would be happy to place you - please contact one of ourLabour market manager.
Of course, relevant information for all other professions can also be entered in the short profile.
Design of the self-assessment
There are different approaches for presenting the self-assessment. You can create a simple table with the school grades 1 to 6. Especially in the IT field, it is very useful to include when you acquired the respective knowledge and when it was last used.
Of course, you can also write a short profile in verbal form:
Design options for grading in the profile
As already said and shown, one can make the level of knowledge in the form of school grades. This is common and usual, but it can also be a little more creative. How about this
If you want to deviate from the usual scheme when grading, it is important that the level of knowledge can still be identified perfectly and without effort.
Layout of the competence profile
Please adapt the layout of the profile to your other application documents so that the reader has a consistent image. This is not only visually more beautiful, but also ensures a higher recall value.
Take a look at our samples, such as: