Blank CV Template
Sobhan Mohmand, Career Expert 4 May 2021
Writing a CV from scratch is one of the biggest issues faced by many job hunters. Fortunately, you can use a blank CV template for structural guidance and take the hassle out of writing a CV from scratch. Just fill in the template with the following personal details:
- Contact Details;
- Personal Profile Statement;
- Education & Qualifications;
- Employment history;
- Hobbies & Interests, and;
Note that although all the templates contain these sections, it is advisable not to fill in details for the sake of it BUT to customise and tailor your CV to your specific needs and personality. Every single one of our CV templates below is easily editable with Microsoft Word.
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Populating the sections of a UK CV template with information
- Personal Details: This section contains your name, address, phone number email.
- Personal Profile: A short, concise and powerful introductory statement to your CV that outlines the type of work you are looking for and your suitability for the role you are applying for.
- Career Objective: This is a short statement about your past employment history and your future careers ambitions. What have you done to date? Where would you like to be in 5 years time?
- Achievements: A brief outline of your key achievements and accomplishments.
Education: This section should cover your educational background and any training you have received that are relevant to the role you are applying for. For each entry mention what you have done, when and where you have done it and the grade/qualification you have achieved.
- Employment: This section is arguably the most important part of your CV and it should outline your previous work and employment history. The what-when-and-where rule of thumb is also applicable for each entry in this section.
- Hobbies: A brief outline of your hobbies and interests that are particularly relevant to the job you are applying for.
- References: Contact details of two people, such as former/current employer or teacher, who know you well and can testify about your personal abilities and work ethics.
Thanks for staying with us till the very end and we hope that the blank CV templates above are useful to you and will provide crucial guidelines on how to write and structure your CV.
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).
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