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Retail sales CV/résumé template/example

A neatly laid out résumé filled out for a retail sales position, ideal to use as an example of how to complete your own CV. The template is divided into two columns, with your name and personal details on the left. On the right you have the usual sections you'd expect to find in a résumé such as work experience and accomplishments, together with some additional sections at the top for an overview and skills. These are really important sections as they allow you to showcase how your experience, qualifications and achievements relate directly to the position you're applying for.

CV template details:

  • CV ref: #90
  • File size: 28 kB
  • File format: .docx (Microsoft Word)
  • File name: retail-sales-resume.docx
  • Fonts: Arial, Arial Black
  • Price: Free download
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About this CV template:

Our retail sales résumé example will be a great tool for you when you're putting together your own résumé for a sales position. It is packed with dummy information that you can use as an example of the sort of things you need to write in your résumé. You will notice that the top part of the template includes a section where you can summarise the best reasons why you're suitable for the role in hand. In this section you should avoid fluff and be as specific as possible - you will note for example that in our template we have put "Two-year record of dedication and dependability reinforced by consistent 'exceeds expectations' ratings on performance reviews and multiple 'Employee of the Month' honors". This is far more specific and detailed than putting, for example, "Dedicated and dependable person with good customer service skills". Your reference to specific achievements helps your prospective employers see evidence of the particular qualities that they are looking for, for the role.

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Why should a cover letter accompany a CV? 

A cover letter is something which is often missing when applying for a job, and most applicants only ever worry about supplying a CV. However, those that do attach a cover letter are already one step ahead of the competition.

What is a cover letter and why is it so important?

A cover letter is a one page document which allows you to expand a little more on your CV and directly state how your skills, qualifications and past experience will benefit the company. Whereas a CV will often simply list this information, the covering letter allows the applicant a chance to explain why they are right for the role, and what they can bring to the company.

Your chances are increased significantly if you use a cover letter

If an employer receives a hundred CV’s, which is nowadays extremely possible, then you have to stand out. The perfect CV is only as good as it’s covering letter, and this is where you need to focus your attention once your CV has been completed. Don’t forget to also custom write your CV to each role, and for more information on this please click here and scroll to the bottom.

Out of those one hundred candidates there are bound to be lots of people who are just as skilled and qualified as you are, so one of the best ways to get shortlisted for a CV is to attach a cover letter. Straight away you are more likely to be picked ahead of someone who hasn’t, and you are already standing out.

How to write a cover letter 

Writing a cover letter is not always easy and there are lots of examples you can find online. If you would like to see those great examples, please click here.

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