You will need
- - passport;
- - military ID;
- - summary;
- - autobiography;
- - documents confirming education;
- - evidence of professional development;
- - employment history;
- - feature with former places of work.
Prepare a professional resume. This document should contain key information necessary for assessment by the employer of your personality, information about education, prior work experience, aptitudes and interests. Will include summary data about the places your work, schools that you graduated from. Specify the set of tasks which you earlier could do. It is desirable for the interview to have a summary in two copies.
Make an autobiography. In this document you can in any form to reflect the data about his life and professional experience. The autobiography is not always required, but in some cases its performance is mandatory. This document allows the employer to find out your level of proficiency in the written language and to evaluate the ability to Express their thoughts, what is considered professionally important quality for a number of professions.
Attach to the documents a certificate of secondary education, diploma of higher or specialized secondary educational institution. If you have a chance to improve their skills, participate in seminars and other events for training, bring with you documents confirming these facts.
Don't forget to bring to interview a valid passport and a work record. Military service also need a military ID. If employment history is under the current place of work, make a copy of it. Depending on the position for which you are applying, you may need a health book, driving license, passport or other documents of this kind. If you have work experience, make some characteristics from the previous place of work.
Make copies of all documents you take with you to the interview. They may need the employer for more detailed study. Get a special folder and put all prepared materials and documents. This will not only contain the papers are in order, but will give you a more solid look in the eyes of the employer.