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Curriculum Vitae - Create a CV And Curriculum Vitae Resume

 

Create a professional curriculum vitae (CV) online; write a CV and enter your skills using our free CV template.

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How to write a great CV!
Simply enter your skills and write a professional CV in minutes, view our sample CV to see how it will look. You can download our sample or create your own CV online using the free tool below.

Personal details
Enter your full name
Enter your date of birth
DD:  MM: YYYY:
Enter your address
Address 1  
Address 2  
City  
County  
Postcode  
Click to see an example
Enter your contact details
Home number  
Mobile number  
E-mail address  
Website  
Your Profile - here you should enter some text that best described you. Remember an employer will need this so it's important to use buzz word phrases like "hard working", "quick learner", "conscientious" etc. Keep it a brief 5 or 6 sentences, remember it's a snapshot only; too much information can put off the reader. Spell check before you enter your text.
Your Skills - here you can enter details of any skills you would like your prospective employer to know about. When listing your skills for your CV it's important that you keep it simple and precise. Only write one short line for each skill and try to aim to list 4 or 5 of your most important skills.
Skill:
Skill:
Skill:
Your Work History - here you can enter (starting with your current/last job) details of your work history. Remember employers don't like to see gaps in employment so make sure you have the dates you started and finished.
Employer name
Year started
Year finished
Employer location
Your job title
Your role
Your responsibilities - this section will be presented with bullet points on your CV so keep it
simple and to the point. Employers like to read CVs that don't clutter.
Responsibility:  
Responsibility:  
Responsibility:  
Previous employment - enter details of your previous employment starting with your most recent and working backwards.
Employer name
Year started
Year finished
Employer location
Your work title
Your role
Your responsibilities - this section will be presented with bullet points on your CV so keep it
simple and to the point. Employers like to read CVs that don't clutter.
Responsibility:  
Responsibility:  
Responsibility:  
 
Employer name
Year started
Year finished
Employer location
Your work title
Your role
Your responsibilities - this section will be presented with bullet points on your CV so keep it
simple and to the point. Employers like to read CVs that don't clutter.
Responsibility:  
Responsibility:  
Responsibility:  
 
Your Higher Education - enter details of your education, leave blank anything not appropriate
Colleges, universities and higher education
Year started
Year finished
Loation
Qualifications gained
 
Your School Education - enter details of your education, leave blank anything not appropriate
School
Year started
Year finished
Loation
Qualifications gained
 
Your Hobbies and Interests - here you can enter any hobbies or interests you think might impress an employer
 
 
 

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