Add your objectives. This is the very first main section after the candidate’s name and contact information, and it includes a description of what you are hoping to be able to accomplish.
Add your job experience.The record of your employment should include start and end dates, the title of your position, the location of your company, and a brief description of your accomplishments. Avoid including a laundry list of duties, and focus instead on accomplishments: not the day-to-day grind, but describe when you went above and beyond your job description. This section isn’t just about ‘official’ jobs or positions, but responsibilities you took on that showed initiative and responsibility.
Add schools and certifications. This section should include not only a list of your completed degrees, but also of degrees-in-progress as well as any professional certifications.
Add your skills. Skills are "abilities and knowledge needed to perform specific tasks. They are practical, and often relate to mechanical, IT, mathematical, or scientific tasks." If you have learned how to use a complex piece of equipment, know the ins and outs of a useful piece of software, mastered a new programming language, or know how to fix certian electronics those should go in this section.
Add your references. Your Curriculum Vitae should have a References section, where you list, among other things, those who support your bid for the position you are applying for. Most jobs require three references.
The contact information that will appear on your CV