I've only ever had 2 jobs - one over the summer when I was 15/16 and have worked in my current job for almost 9 years. I now want to try and get a new job but I haven't got a clue how to do my CV. I tried to do one but because I've only had those 2 jobs I think I tried to overcompensate and it ended up way too long and wordy and now I don't know how to summarize what I've written and which bits to cut out. Help!
If so, you can use that advert as the guidance for the CV - list what skills and experience they're asking for in the advert, and then demonstrate how your current job uses those skills and has given you that experience.
e.g. the advert might say 'social media experience', to which you would say something like 'responsible for company Twitter account, including identifying and responding to customer feedback in an appropriate manner'.
Mine has ended up being long paragraphs which I know is no good. Would you be able to PM me your email address. I just don't know which bits to get rid of. Every time I start cutting stuff out I worry that I've cut out a vital part!
Google CV templates to get an idea of formats and the kind of language used. This is one example. It should be clear and easy to read, starting with a killer personal profile. Definitely avoid long paragraphs, and as others have said use bullet points to highlight key skills. Good luck!