CV Template

CV, the abbreviation of Curriculum Vitae, is a kind of resume used by applicants to seek for a job. The difference between CV and resume is the length. The length of a CV will be longer than a resume. With more and more people finding the job, an excellent CV is required for the interview. It can be a great assistant for people to get a good offer. In the first round of the interview, the CV will make a good impression on the interviewers and make the interviewees stand out among crowds of candidates. We provide different CV templates for you. And they cover a variety of types including the classical, academic, professional and plain which can be fit for your personal resume.

CV template example one
Susan MacDonald
1 Sample Close, Samplewell, Sampleshire SA21 5SA · Tel: 01000 123456 · Email: smac@.com
Personal statement
Now my children are in full time education I’m looking forward to returning to work. As a parent I
have developed lots of new skills to care for young children, for example, communicating, planning
and organising. I’m highly motivated, work well as part of a team and have a caring personality with
some excellent work experience gained by volunteering at the local Home-start. I’m now looking for
a position in social care to develop a career.
Key achievements
Successfully completed my Home-start volunteers training course, including CRB check and being
matched with my first family
Received personal thanks from a young mother for helping her to cope and to see a clearer future
Completed a first aid course
Experience
Home visiting volunteer, Home-start (2008 – 2011)
• Responsible for visiting families at home who are in need of some support.
• Listen to individuals’ needs and assess how I can help them and improve their situation.
• Provide a sympathetic ear, a shoulder to cry on and someone to laugh with.
Help people to keep appointments or access local services or just ‘connect’ with their
local community.
Provide an extra pair of hands to help people cope with everyday parenting situations, or practical
help with activities like playing or reading stories.
Provide a regular progress report to Home-start offices.
Sales assistant, River Island (2001 – 2005)
Serving and advising customers, giving information on products and prices, helping customers to
find the goods they want, advising on the availability of stock.
Taking payment by cash or card.
• Stacking shelves or displaying goods in an attractive way.
• Promoting any special offers or store cards.
• Ordering goods that are unavailable.
• Handling any complaints or passing them on to a manager.
Disabled riding school volunteer, Cowley Stables (2000 – 2001)
• Interact with the disabled children to ensure they have a lovely time.
Led pony and rider around the arena continuously conscious of
ensuring a safe environment.
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