As the title suggests, I've just handed in my notice at my nice cushy job as a tech at the local rental house.
Im now currently bricking it (english for metaphorically soiling ones self) as i try to make the jump into ACing.
Could anyone and everyone please take a look at my resume, and offer me any advice on how i can make it snap, crackle and pop, and generally not look so bland.
Is there anything im missing, or that should be included as standard that i have missed?
A CV won't get you work. The relationships you've made will. Call all the AC's, Operators, and DPs you've helped prep over the years and let them know that you're making the jump to freelance work. Assuming you've got a great personality and have been very helpful over the years, then maybe (hopefully) at least one of them will take you on for a project or two. Anybody can push carts around and get pieces of camera gear to assemble, but it's your attractiveness as someone who can do that well AND be someone who they can spend 14 hour days with that tends to matter more.
Otherwise, just jump in and start ACing on student projects and low-budgets as the opportunities arise.