It is always a good idea to tailor your CV to the job you are applying for, highlighting the skills that are relevant for the position.
The person reading your CV will be looking for answers to two basic questions:
The more you can demonstrate you are the right person for the job the higher the chance of success.
Keep your statement simple, snappy and focused on what you have to offer. Sum up your personal and professional attributes, taking into account the job description to which you are responding.
Include your name, address, telephone number and e-mail address — and if you have a website that will add value to your application, include that too. There is every chance that pages of your CV could get separated, so include your contact details on every page.
You could include the names and contact details of your referees on your CV, or simply have them on hand for when they’re requested. Either way, make sure you know who is willing to provide a reference for you
Keep your CV up to date, even when you’re no longer looking — it’ll save you considerable time when you are, and prevent you from forgetting important dates, details, projects or successes.