CV Template

CV Template

Name Surname

Street Address,

City Name,

County Name,

Postcode

Mobile: xxxxxxxxxx ]

Tel: xxxxxxxxxx

Email: xxxxxxxxxxx

You don’t need to add any more personal information here it will not aid your application when sending your CV to prospective employers.

Personal Profile

This is your opportunity to briefly introduce/summarise yourself, stating some of your key skills and abilities to date. This paragraph is important as it is the first part of your CV that really gets read and aids the reader to begin building a picture about you.

Skills Achievements

You can list here your skills and achievements ensuring that you detail the most relevant ones to the role you are applying for. They can be listed as bullet points so it’s quick and easy to read.

Skill 1

Skill 2

Skill 3

For Achievements you can also bullet point them

You should include details of a situation you were involved in that resulted in a positive outcome for your employer. You should describe the tasks involved in that situation, talk about the various actions taken and the results relating to the actions taken.Employers want to know that you have solved problems similar to situations they might have arise they will want to know that you have achieved the results you set out to obtain

Career History

You should always enter the details of your most recent post first and then work backwards through your employment history. Ensure that you really bring forward the details that are relevant to the post that you are applying for.

Dates of employment Company Name

Title Held

Insert details of your key duties and responsibilities

You can bullet point these if you like or put the details as a full sentence but remember it needs to be easy to read with the most pertinent points being at the forefront of the details you include

Dates of employment Company Name

Title Held

Insert details of your key duties and responsibilities

You can bullet point these if you like or put the details as a full sentence but remember it needs to be easy to read with the most pertinent points being at the forefront of the details you include

Dates of employment Company Name

Title Held

Insert details of your key duties and responsibilities

You can bullet point these if you like or put the details as a full sentence but remember it needs to be easy to read with the most pertinent points being at the forefront of the details you include

Education & Qualifications

List any qualifications gained – University name, dates (if applicable)

List any qualifications gained – College name dates (if applicable)

List qualifications gained (do not include GCSE results if you have a Degree qualification.

School name: dates (if applicable)

Interests

You can include brief details about your interests if you have the space on your CV however this is not essential information to include.

References Available Upon Request

Employers don’t need this information within the early stages of the recruitment process.