Harry Vos (@vosageroll )

Harry Vos

Bio Designing services that work for people. Work @gdsteam. Likes beer + records. Opinions my own. RT ≠ endorsement
Location London | he/him
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Account created 09-02-2009 18:36:01
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Twitter for Mac : Morning gang!
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Twitter Web App : Over 12 months, the proportion of people in the GDS design team who are religious increased by 26.4%, people who are not white by 9.5% and people who are not from a middle-class background, who are women, and who are disabled all increased by more than 5%.

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Twitter for Android : Great thread! The key is to highlight skills in JD as subheading and list a clear example underneath. It's hard then for someone to underscore you. Then at interview stage it's all about talking like a robot and STAR (Situation, Task, Action, Result) ⭐

Twitter Web App : And that's all folks. Good luck!

If you're in a systemically excluded group, my DMs are open if you have any questions you'd prefer not to ask publicly

Twitter Web App : I think I got straight-up rejections for two roles GDS before making it through to interview stage and getting a job third time lucky🍀

If it doesn't work out, keep trying! (I'm glad I did)

Twitter Web App : Though I do think that having one subheading for each skill guarantees sifters don't underscore examples spread across different parts of the application

Twitter Web App : These tips are just my opinions from being both sides of the sifting stage.

I never score someone down for formatting it as a more traditional letter

Twitter Web App : When I'm sifting, I personally find CVs less useful. I only glance at them if I'm not clear from the cover letter how much experience in a particular skill set a candidate has acquired

In this situation, it helps to highlight the skills listed in the job advert in CV entries