Free Minimalist CV template download in Word

Minimalist CV template

Sometimes simple is best & that can be said for this black & white no nonsense CV template. It is an eye-catching clean 1-page design that’s sure to make an impression. There’s space on the right for a photo if required.

Free ‘Jet Trail’ CV template with grey background

Jet trail cv template

One page CV template with a soft grey background, a ‘jet trail’ header, two columns and lots of detail, such as the ‘grass blades’ footer and contact icons. A very attractive design that looks great as PDF or print.

Free Tables CV template in Word format

Tables CV template

A 1-page Word CV template that uses a 2-column layout. Space for a photo, sliding skills bars & attractive icons. Best suited to a role where a lot of work history detail is not needed or you intend to attach a portfolio.

Free arrows CV template in MS Word

Free Arrows CV template in Word

A gorgeous and colourful CV template that is perfect for creative / designer type roles. The fresh, bright layout makes use of two great fonts and some attractive graphics, to help show off your creativity and flair.

Free creative black and white CV template (MS Word)

Creative black and white free CV template

This fresh black & white 1-page CV or resume is a real show-stopper. A superb font creates the eye-catching title while attractive icons help to mark each section. A great choice for creative roles to accompany a portfolio.

Customising your creative CV template

  • Use these creative CV templates where appropriate – for example, they are perfect for marketing jobs, or roles where creative flair is a must!
  • Don’t overload your creative CV with unnecessary information and waffle.  It’ll make it harder for HR to find what they really want to see.  Use the headings provided and tailor what you put into the CV to the job position you’re applying for.  This makes you look more suited to the role than you would if you just sent out a generic CV.
  • Be cautious about the personal information you offer.  For example, does your prospective employer really need to know that you’re married with 3 kids, or you’re 50?  This type of information might say to your employer that you have a lot of out-of-work commitments that might get in the way of the job, or that you might not  be as in touch with the latest developments in your area of expertise as somebody younger.  It’d be lovely to think that people don’t exercise any of their prejudices and view all CVs without any discrimination but the fact is, we’re only human.  The aim of the game is to get your foot in the door and secure an interview, giving you the chance to impress them in person.  So don’t give them any reason to reject you at CV stage.
  • Check out our free guide on ‘How to write a CV’ (or ‘How to write a CV for clinical jobs‘) and view examples of CVs.
  • Check the requirements of applying for the creative job carefully – messing up on small details like applying to the right person, getting their name right, and including the information they’ve asked for in your application, can be the difference between getting the interview and seeing your creative CV end up in their bin.
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