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Politician CV Template + Tips and Download

author Sobhan Mohmand, Career Expert         date 20 Sept 2020

Tip: Use the Politician CV Template below as an example to help you write your own personal and fully-tailored CV.

Nicholas Miller

46 Reynolds Road
DE36 0PT
Mob: 079 7446 6744       Email: [email protected]

Personal profile statement

I am a confident, articulate and multi-faceted Politician who is well-respected by the electorate in my native Ward and beyond. Being heard and making a difference; those are the reasons I wanted to get into politics since I was a teenager in college. My passion for social justice, making a tangible difference in the community and resolving people’s problems makes me the ideal candidate for a demanding position in politics.


  • Graduated with a first class degree from Cambridge University
  • Established several soup kitchens and shelters for the homeless and needy in my local constituency


2009 – 2010MSc Public Policy & ManagementKing’s College LondonGrade achieved: 68%

Relevant Modules:

  • Organisations & Management of the Public Services
  • The Economics of the Public Services
  • The Policy Process

2006 – 2009BSc (Hons) EconomicsUniversity of CambridgeGrade achieved: 1st

Relevant Modules:

  • Quantitative Methods in Economics
  • British Economic History
  • Labour
  • Analysis of Modern Politics
  • International Relations

Work experience

Mar 2016 – PresentMember of Parliament (MP)       The Workers’ Party

Main duties performed:

  • Meeting with electorate on a monthly basis to discuss any issues they might have in their constituency
  • Bringing up constituents issues during board meetings and parliamentary sessions
  • Campaigning on behalf of my party during election time
  • Reading and drafting proposed legislation
  • Conducting research both independently and via researchers on various issues in a bid to better understand the people’s needs

Oct 2014 – Feb 2016Councillor           Hackney Council

Main duties performed:

  • Improve the safety and quality of life of residents in my local constituency
  • Liaising with local officers to tackle issues affecting the community, such as housing, social services, schools, the environment and transport
  • Visiting residents, inquiring about their problems and offering solutions

Jan 2011 – Sept 2014Lecturer           Durham University

Main duties performed:

  • Prepared lecture slides, module description, tutorials, assignment briefs and other course material before the new academic year commences
  • Delivered exciting and engaging presentations
  • Graded students’ essays, exams and dissertations
  • Supported students during the course of the module via one-to-one/group consultations, email and/or Skype support


  • Public Speaking and Communications, College of Public Speaking (2015)
  • Politics: An Introduction – JKD (2014)


  • Presentation skills: Adept at delivering effective and engaging talks and presentations to a broad range of audiences
  • People skills: I thrive in situations where I can meet people, have informal conversations and offer my assistance to them
  • Excellent memory: Ability to remember intricate details without having to refer to notes


Mr John Kirby
Executive, The Workers’ Party
Address: 3 High St, Chester, CKL8 1YT
Tel: 0744 4568 5743
Email: [email protected]
Mrs Angela Kelly
Senior Academic, Durham University
Address: 7 Almond St, Leeds, LE89 3YX
Tel: 0777 5451 0567
Email: [email protected]

Please note: the above CV Example is presented in the UK format and layout.





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  • Making a difference: The key reason why many individuals become Politicians is to make a real difference in the lives of people in their community or country. As a public representative, it is your duty to look after the needs of your constituents and resolve their problems. Your CV should, therefore, mainly focus on the “human side” of politics, including your passion for helping people, getting satisfaction from making a positive difference in the community and proudly representing your local area in national politics.

Good Luck!

Written by Sobhan Mohmand
Sobhan is a qualified Careers Advisor and Professional CV Writer with over 10 years of experience in helping job seekers get a job. He is a Member of the Careers Development Institute (CDI) and is listed on the official UK Register of Career Development Professionals. He holds a Level 6 Diploma in Career Guidance and Development (QCF).


    Degree and Work Experience
    37+ hours per week


  • Communication Skills
    Ability to communicate effectively with a broad range of people, including government officials, council staff, media and the general public
  • Caring
    Being caring for the needs of all the constituents, particularly of the homeless, elderly, sick and vulnerable members of the community
  • Interpersonal Skills
    Excellent interpersonal skills to communicate and interact with others
  • Organisational Skills
    Keeping organised and focus on the important tasks at hand
  • Problem-solving
    To identify and solve social problems in the constituency
  • Public Speaking
    Giving speeches and presentations to a large audience and group of people

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