CV template with bold headings - CV Template Master

CV template with bold headings

This carefully laid out CV uses Montserrat font for the heading, cleanly dividing up the sections in a simple yet eye-catching way. There are plenty of sections for all of your information, including skills and references, and these can be renamed if you choose. To add a further section, simply copy and paste one of the previous sections. This is a great choice of template if your CV is likely to fit on one page, a new trend in CV design and layout. Make sure you download the required fonts before you open the CV template.

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CV template with bold headings Overall rating: 3.7 out of 5 based on 4 reviews.

About this CV template:

A very clean and smart CV template that expands easily, allowing you to include a lot of information if you need to. Add more headings, change the existing ones and make the CV your own. You can right click on the background and change the picture to anything you like.

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3 5 1
throwback to the sixties? looks much better without the bullet points

4 5 1
good layout, a little different from usual one

How to use keywords in your CV 

There are lots of different ways to make a CV standout, but one of the most effective ways is to use keywords. Due to the sheer amount of applications, the hiring manager has to be very quick in deciding who to shortlist for an interview.

Use keywords to instantly grab the employer’s attention…

Where do I get the keywords from? 

All of the keywords you’ll ever need are contained within the job advert. No matter how short or long this advert is, you’ll easily be able to find everything you need to plan out and create your CV from here.

What type of keyword am I looking for? 

Keywords come in many different types when extracting them from the job advert. For example, it may be the way they phrase a sentence on what they are expecting from an employee –

‘We require a dynamic, hard working individual who has experience in sales’

So the keywords to take from this sentence would be –


Hard working

Experience in sales 

The advert will often also list the skills and qualifications required for the role, so look to see if you can match any of these and then use the same keywords in your CV.

Why are keywords so important? 

The whole point of a CV is to showcase your skills, qualifications and experience to a prospective employer to prove to them that you are the right person for the job. One of the most effective ways to show this is to match the keywords contained within the job advert, as it shows them that you have what they are looking for.

If you don’t use keywords in your CV then you are instantly making it hard for the reader to see that you are right for the role. It’s important to remember that each CV is only read on average for about 20-30 seconds before moving onto the next, which is why it is extremely important to make a great first impression.

NB: This CV template was updated on 9th September 2018

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