Classic green CV/résumé template - CV Template Master

Classic green CV/résumé template

With large headings in the Cambria font, a soft green border and stronger green titles, this is a really classic résumé template with enough colour to catch your recruiter's attention. Your name is in capitals and a 36pt heading size to help your résumé stand out from the pile. Then, each section of the résumé has a section heading in capital letters in a matching green colour, with green dividing lines. Overall this is a really stylish design that has subtle but effective design detail that draws attention.

CV template details:

  • CV ref: #49
  • File size: 26 kB
  • File format: .docx (Microsoft Word
  • File name: Resume-Template-Classic-Green.docx
  • Fonts: Cambria
  • Price: Free download
Classic green CV/résumé template Overall rating: ★★★☆☆ 3 based on 1 reviews
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About this CV template:

This lovely CV template has soft green accents - the border, your name place, your details and the heading - helping it to draw the attention of your prospective employer. If you don't have a colour printer, you could print this off in black and white as the green details will show up grey for a nice contrast. The résumé template has the usual sections you'd expect to see including work experience, qualifications, skills and references, and of course these can be customised to meet your specific circumstances.

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Appearances are everything – a guide to making your CV look great

The overall look and layout of your CV is the very first thing that a recruiter sees, and if it isn’t very easy on the eye then you have already lowered their expectations. With literally hundreds and sometimes even thousands of applications being sent for just one job, every single part of your CV has to be absolutely perfect – starting with the appearance.

Here’s our short guide on what to lookout for to ensure your CV stands out from the rest of the competition… 

Presentation, structure and appearance 

The layout, font size, structure and overall appearance of your CV is the first thing that a recruiter notices – and in most cases they don’t even realise that they are judging it! Every single detail of your CV will be scrutinised the second it’s picked up, and first impressions will make or break your chances.

There are lots of templates to choose from on the internet, but choosing the right one for you depends on many things. Selecting a CV template is a bit like choosing clothes, and everyone has different styles and tastes. Before you make your selection consider the following:

  • Is it easy on the eye?
  • Does the structure and layout make it easy to follow?
  • Have I written too much or too little for each section?
  • Is each section in the correct order?
  • Does the font style and size look professional?
  • Have I used two pages?

These are some great questions to ask yourself both before and after you’ve written your CV, and can be used as a checklist to try and ensure your CV looks fantastic and leaves a great first impression.

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