How to format a job reference page

How to write a job reference page | How to write a job reference letter When you are writing your job reference page, it is essential that you use a consistent format so your page should reflect the way your CV and cover letter are presented.

Below I will outline what information you should include and how to format the job reference page to catch the eye of the reader.

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Job Reference Page Header

You should head the job reference page with your name and contact details, using the same format as you do on your CV and cover letter.

Main Body of the Job Reference Page

The main body of the job reference page should outline who your reference is, their position and all their contact details at the very least.  Some people opt to include direct quotes and excerpts from written references already provided.  This may well be worth considering to bolser your suitability for the role.

You should include the following information for each professional reference

* Their full name

* Their job title

* The name of the company they represent

* The business address and the telephone number

* Their relationship to you

* You can include their written reference or a direct quotation

You should include the following information for each personal reference

* Full name

* Their address and their telephone number

* The capacity in which they are providing the reference

* You can include their written reference or a direct quotation

 

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