We have compiled a set of CV templates as presenting and formatting your CV in an attractive style is very important when applying for a job. Your CV is your first introduction to a potential employer and it is important that you make a good first impression. We have provided some CV Templates to demonstrate how CVs can be laid out, depending on the type of role you’re applying for and to highlight different areas of expertise. Make sure you read our CV Advice before you start compiling your own CV.
Senior Management Template
Jobseekers at senior level will often have a number of years’ experience behind them, so it may not be possible to describe in detail each position held. CVs for senior candidates will outline key achievements as the main content, and then describe the day-to-day activities of positions held in chronological format.
Chronological CV Template
A chronological CV highlights your work history, and is probably the most common of all CV formats. This CV is mainly used when you have no major time gaps in your work history and have few employment changes.
Graduate CV Template
New college graduates will often have very little relevant work experience to highlight in their CV. Focus on this type of CV should be given to relevant college placements and technical skills acquired during the course of your qualification.