Well to be honest from looking at your portfolio, i think your up against a lot of tough competition.
First thing you should correct is the CV, which is almost unreadable.
And no offense but it also looks and feels very "cut n paste" from some online template.
Rather than a low res bitmap image, I would suggest you attach a PDF that can be saved or printed.
As for the actual design work, the one that i feel was somewhat good was the Bakehouses.
The rest felt like they could have used a few hours more.
Bottom line is, that you will have to shape up your production quality a lot to get a job here.
From what i have seen so far it's just not up to standards of other designers that you will compete against in the market today.
I would be happy to point out some things that you should focus on polishing to stand a better chance landing a position.
It will take time, but at least you would have somewhere to start.
Probably not what you hoped to hear, but it's the music all designers has faced at one point or another.