Purple flair CV/résumé template - CV Template Master

Purple flair CV/résumé template

A twist on our popular purple flair résumé template which makes use of the Lucida Console font for a typewritten finish. This is a fairly quirky looking résumé template that would be ideal for a variety of positions including marketing, advertising and creative roles. The font is a non-typical choice, giving it individuality that will help your application stand out to prospective employers.

CV info:

  • CV ref: #63
  • File size: 25 kB
  • File format: .docx (Microsoft Word
  • File name: Resume-Template-Purple-Flair.docx
  • Fonts: Lucida Console
  • Price: Free download
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About this CV template:

The subtle soft purple borders of this attractive résumé template really give it a nice finishing touch. The purple headings continue the coloured theme and help emphasise the different sections of information. The Lucida Console font gives the whole template a quirky, modern feel, without making it feel unprofessional. If you don't have a colour printer, don't worry - this résumé will print out in black and white (with the purple sections transforming to grey). If you prefer a more traditional font, you can customise this résumé template simply by going to Select > Select All In Microsoft Word and choosing another font from the drop down - we recommend Tahoma, Arial, Georgia or Garamond for a suitable professional appearance.

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Why you should never write a CV on your own

It doesn’t matter whether you’re writing a CV from scratch or if you’re updating your old one – you should never create a CV on your own. If you want to get ahead of the competition and stand out from the crowd, the creation of your CV needs additional help and shouldn’t rely on just your own input.

Here’s why…

Mistakes can easily be missed 

Using a spell checker and your keen eye just isn’t enough to ensure that your CV is 100% free of mistakes. Spelling and grammatical errors can easily be missed by your computer word processor, and there is also a good chance that the way you have phrased something may be fragmented or look unprofessional.

The best way to ensure your CV is guaranteed to be free of mistakes is to ask someone else to proofread it for you. This could be through a professional paid service or a friend that you can trust – someone who has extensive experience in hiring staff and reading CV’s, and as an added bonus someone who is a professional in your industry.

What other things could be checked? 

Spelling and grammar is not the only vital aspect of a CV you need to get right, and there are lots of other things to check before you send out your CV.

Formatting and structure

Typically you want to aim for two pages for your CV, however there are exceptions and it is possible to have/need a 3 page CV. This all depends on the role and industry you are applying for, and the length can be discussed with someone who is helping you.

Ask a professional to check over your structure and formatting to ensure everything is in the expected order and fits to the page neatly. Borders, font style, and font size are all extremely important and shouldn’t be underestimated. If you are looking to fit your CV nicely onto two pages for example, then don’t try and increase/decrease the font size just to make it fit. Instead, consider if you’ve been to short with your information or if you’ve gave too much irrelevant information.

Ask your chosen proof reader advise on the following –

  • Does it look professional?
  • Is it easy to read and correctly formatted?
  • Are each sections in the correct order?
  • Have I included all of the sections required?
  • Have I kept everything short and to the point?

Use relevant information 

Using relevant information is a great way of making your CV stand out – but have you done this? Provide the proof reader with the job advert so they can compare it to your CV. Ask them to see if you have used the same keywords and have only highlighted the relevant skills, qualifications and experience.

Top tip – Don’t use just one person to check your CV if you have other contacts. It may be hard to find two or more industry professionals to check your CV, so at least one professional and one to two other people that can check the spelling and grammar, as well as anything else that they are qualified to look over would be ideal.

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