For most roles, successfully demonstrating your experience and achievements in previous positions is essential. And, although you may not think it would be the case, this point is just as pertinent when it comes to a change of career direction. Write in reverse-chronological order, with the most recent jobs coming at the top. It’s not necessary to include all of your experience in your CV, especially if you’ve held a number of junior positions which don’t highlight any of the essential skills required for this role. Therefore, it’s to be expected that you’ll scale down the detail. Finally, rather than concentrating on daily duties, try and emphasise your accomplishments, wherever possible, or any other skills you picked up which may help you in the position you’re applying for. For those looking for a career change, these could be anything from showing how you’ve hit targets and core KPIs, through to any times you’ve implemented or learned something new, and recognition you’ve received for doing your job well.