Triple Bar CV template - Garamond, Grey/Black - Free Download

Triple Bar CV template

Our 'Triple Bar' CV template features a subtle but stylish design. Each section of the template - which uses the Garamond font - has a large grey heading (with your name in a slightly larger font size than the rest of the headings). We've then included three triple bars to the left of the sections to help emphasise each of the sections. The template is primarily aligned left, except for dates which are tabbed to the right. As for all our templates, you can delete sections you don't need, add in new ones and expand the sections that are there already, with very little effort.

CV template details:

  • CV ref: #108
  • File size: 21kb
  • File format: .docx (Microsoft Word)
  • File name: Triple-bar-CV-template.docx
  • Fonts: Garamond
  • Price: Free download
Triple Bar CV template Overall rating: ★★★★★ 5 based on 1 reviews
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About this CV template:

We've designed this CV template to be subtle yet sophisticated - with a little styling detail that doesn't detract from your key information. The grey and black colour scheme are perfect for those who don't have access to a colour printer or who want to keep the graphical elements of their CV to an absolute minimum. The Garamond font used is one of our favourite - it has a classic, 'old book', look to it, without being stuffy and old fashioned - and documents printed in Garamond always have an air of sophistication and professionalism.

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We’ve designed this CV template with professional positions in mind, although it will easily adapt to just about any job role. It’s also super easy to expand, delete and modify to meet your exact requirements, like most of our templates. Here are some tips for getting the best out of your free CV template download:

  • Keep it to the point – employers spend an average of 8 seconds filtering through CVs so you need to make sure they can easily skim yours for the key information they’re looking for. Lengthy and wordy CVs will fail this test and find their way into the bin (you may also like our article: ‘5 ways to ensure your CV doesn’t end up in the bin‘)
  • Personalise it to the role – people used to send out the same CV in bulk to every job opening going – and perhaps in the past that might have worked. Unfortunately there are so many candidates for each position now, employers have got really picky. They know exactly what they’re looking for and you need to make sure your CV clearly shows you have the experience, qualifications and skills they’ve asked for specifically.
  • Use the summary – the summary is a great chance to catch their attention in those 8 precious seconds. Sadly, most people waste it with fluffy words or statements such as ‘team player’ ‘hard worker’ ‘ambitious’ ‘honest’ and ‘reliable’. Trust us when we say this is NOT what a recruiter wants to read. Instead, keep your summary factual and to the point. For more help, read the first point in our post ‘4 super easy ways to make your CV stand out‘.
  • Keep it up to date – you’d be surprised how many people leave off their current job role or send out CVs with old contact information on. Make sure everything on your CV is completely up to date before it goes out.

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