It sounds cynical, but the company hires candidates capable of responding to its development and performance needs and strategies, not its personal ones!
The ideal situation is when the candidate’s professional goals coincide with those of the company.
Analyze and understand the company’s commitment: who the employers are, what they do, how they do it.
If we understand what the career DNA is, we can analyze the job DNA defined by specialized technical skills, based on the knowledge, skills, abilities, personality they need to fulfill the company commitment.
This DNA is summarised in the job description in the form of what you need to know, do, be: job description, purpose, employee responsibilities, skills, knowledge, previous experience.
Review the company: what strategies it has, what rivals it has, about annual reports, press releases, biography of the management team or person who can interview you, if you know anyone who works there …
Keep in mind the words, phrases, keywords the company uses to describe the job and use them, along with the language of achievement – transferable skills – in writing your CV.
When writing your CV, constantly refer to the company’s concerns and goals with dedication, self-confidence, confidence.
On the top right-hand side, you will write your contact details: address, telephone, e-mail, and instead of the Title (CV or Resume), you will write your name in visible characters. Spelling and grammar must be impeccable.
The objective summarises what you intend to do in line with the responsibilities of the post for which you are applying.
It would be preferable for the objective not to be very specialised for the first job, but to be general and long-term (developing a career in the field…).