Headliner CV/résumé template - CV Template Master

Headliner CV/résumé template

The choice of Britannic Bold for the headers in this attractive résumé template give it a touch of movie poster glamour, without feeling unprofessional. All black and white, the résumé template has a crisp, clean feel to it and like all of our templates, it is easy to customise to meet your needs. The remaining text in the template uses the Arial font to ensure everything is easy to find and read. Small caps headers give the mini headings a neat 'typed' appearance and help divide up your information logically.

CV template details:

  • CV ref: #53
  • File size: 20 kB
  • File format: .docx (Microsoft Word)
  • File name: Resume-Template-Headliner.docx
  • Fonts: Britannic Bold
  • Price: Free download
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About this CV template:

Download the Britannic Bold font above and get customising this neat black and white résumé template with a touch of Hollywood magic thrown in. There's no fuss or clutter - the crisp black and white combined with clean, legible fonts keep the focus on your information but the stylish headings give it just enough oomph to pack a punch.

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Ready to customise your ‘Headliner’ CV/résumé template? Here are our best tips to help you get started:

  1. Keep a résumé master list on your pc where you keep any details you’ve ever covered on a résumé: old roles, parts tailored for various applications, unique initiatives that only at times make sense to include. Then, as you are writing each résumé, it is simply a matter of cutting and pasting applicable details.
  2. Think about your résumé not as a extensive record of your employment history, but as a promotional item trying to sell you as the ideal applicant for the job. For each and every résumé you submit, you’ll need to emphasize only the achievements and abilities that are most significant to the position (regardless if that will mean you don’t include every bit of your experience).
  3. You’ll find heaps of distinctive kinds of résumés, but the traditional reverse chronological (in which your most recent experience appears first) still is your best choice. While you can choose skills-based résumés in specific situations, some would-be employers will wonder what you’re concealing.
  4. Be sure that your very best experiences and accomplishments are seen on the top third of the résumé. This top area is what the prospective employer is likely to read first—and what will operate as a hook for people to carry on reading through.
  5. For the majority of positions, choose a plain but contemporary font, like Helvetica, Arial or Lucida Console. Make your résumé is easy to read for employment managers by using a font size between 10 and 12.
  6. Think carefully before using a two-page résumé. If you have enough appropriate experience, training, and credentials related to the role to present on more than one page of your résumé, then go for it. But if you can paint the same picture in less space? Then do that.
  7. You can utilize a separate font or typeface for your name, your résumé headers, and the organisations you’ve worked at, but ensure that it stays straight forward and make certain it’s constant.

Want more guidance on making your résumé get noticed? Use our guide: How to write a résumé.

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