10 one-page CV templates for 20188th September 2018 by CV Template Master Leave a Comment You are here: Home / Careers advice / 10 one-page CV templates for 2018The CVtemplatemaster.com team has added 10 lovely one page CV templates for 2018 with a brand new look and feel. Here are the ten new designs – as always, do check the list of required fonts and make sure you have them before you open up your free CV template.#1 Above: Box detail CV templateAn incredible clean, bold design that perfectly divides up the space. For the best results, have this printed at your local print shop.#2 Above: Contact icons CV templateA delightful layout that makes excellent use of the space. Sliding bars help you set out your skill level for each section.#3 Above: Icon CV templateThe exceptional use of graphics really brings this creative yet clean CV template to life.#4 Above: Highlight CV templateA splash of colour brings this template to life. You can replace the top left box with a photo if you want to.#5 Above: Banded CV templateA subtle gradient makes this template stand out.#6 Above: Minimalist CV templateA very clean and bold template with all the essential sections.#7 Above: CV template with bold headingsThe subtle background to this template can be replaced with an image of your choice.#8 Above: Tables CV templateThe top circle can be replaced with a photo if you want to. The skills bars can easily be adjusted.#9 Above: Smart boxes CV templateA fresh eye catching one-page design with backgrounds that can be changed.#10 Above: CV template with grey background & two columnsThe very subtle stylish use of graphics makes this template stand out.What’s new with these one-page templates?We’re trying a range of different fonts (in the past we’ve stuck to Garamond, Tahoma and other safe bets)We’re using some different layout techniquesWe’re trying to make skills bars easier to edit (slidable for example) so you can better represent your proficiency in different skillsAre one page CV templates the way to go?You’ll see with our new designs that there’s a focus towards the new trend of one page CV templates with the view that employers simply don’t have time to get past the first page. This isn’t appropriate for all jobs – very senior personnel may feel that they need more space – but for the majority of jobs, an employer only wants to see a few brief details to be confident that you meet the job spec. More people than ever before are going for the one page curriculum vitae or résumé template, so think carefully about whether a single page would work best for you.Why CVtemplatemaster.com?Our one page CVs rock, because we’re a completely service – there’s no registration required to download your template, and there’s no catch. As long as you’re using the CV to help you get your dream job, we’re on your side.Have you seen these?Could you be a CNA?How to write a school leavers CV3 things a recruiter wants to see more of on your CVMy work history is so diverse – how will this affect my CV?How to get over those job interview nervesWhich CV template should I choose?5 qualities an employer looks for in a successful candidateGet that job: questions to ask at an interviewDo my past diverse roles matter on my CV?