I had a look at your CV and would like to offer a couple of comments.
1. With work experience, you should list the companies you have worked for and dates, and with each, a couple of bullet points detailing your duties there.
2. Move the hobbies to the last page. Critical information only should be on page 1 as that is read more closely.
3. Beef up your strengths. I am sure you have more than 4!
4. Check your formatting. You have inconsistencies with headings, some in Caps, some underlined, different font sizes. Also use TABS when spacing information across the page, such as at the top of page 1 with your address and phone numbers etc. and at the end with personal info. If you use spaces, it will not print correctly and look bad when the prospective employer prints it out for the interview.
I am not meaning to be picky, but your CV is a very important document and a key to your future. It needs to be as good as you can make it.
Hope that helps.
24th June 2011 From Australia, Melbourne