CV Templates

1 minute read | 4 April 2022

We’ve already covered how to write a CV here, but it can be easier with a visual template. At Boardrm, we are you career partner for life, so we want to give out as much advice as possible. Here is a CV template with some extra tips to help you get a jump start on building your CV.

You should always try to keep your CV as clear and concise as possible because employers don’t have time to read paragraph after paragraph about experience that just isn’t relevant. We’ve put together a couple of pointers to help you out:

 


Personal statement:

This should be the first section of your CV and always tailored to the job in question. If you’re having trouble with this, keep in mind these three questions:

  • Who are you?
  • What do you have to offer?
  • What are you aiming for in your career?

Employment history: 
This is the place to list and describe your employment history in reverse-chronological order (the most recent role at the top)
  • demonstrate your relevant skills and abilities
  • daily duties
  • the accomplishments and achievements


Education:

You should state all qualifications you’ve achieved and general grades. This includes degrees, AGSCE’s, college and also any extra qualifications you’ve done that are worth mentioning.

Hobbies and Interests:

This is not a must but if there’s a relevant skill you’ve gained through a hobby that may be connected to your career feel free to include!
 

References: 

Unless asked directly, stating that references are available on request is fine.
 

Name
Address
Phone number • Email


Personal statement


I am a final-year maths undergraduate with customer service and sales experience in the energy industry. As a tutor and maths club coordinator I can explain maths concepts to all ages and abilities. I am keen to use my maths and commercial skills to train as an energy industry analyst.

Employment History

Inbound customer service adviser, Energex UK call centre
(April 2019 – Present)

Achievements and responsibilities:
  • Helping customers assess energy costs and tariffs
  • Ensuring quality and compliance standards during the switching process
  • Meeting and exceeding sales targets consistently


Maths tutoring for 11+
(June 2017 – April 2019)

Achievements and responsibilities:
  • Assessing pupils level of maths and confidence in their abilities
  • Preparing and delivering individual lessons
  • 100% pass rate of students


Education

University of Birmingham
(September 2018 – June 2021)

BSc (Hons) Mathematics. Predicted 2:1.
Modules included mathematical modelling, mathematics in industry, real and complex analysis and mathematical finance. 

Key Skills

  • Fully qualified first-aider


Hobbies & Interests

  • Anytown High School Heads' Award for School Service for creating and running Maths Buzz
  • Duke of Edinburgh Bronze and Silver Awards.

Sports:
  • Member of Birmingham University Cricket 2nd XI 
  • Captain of Anytown School Cricket 1st XI 
  • Member of Anytown Rugby Club Under 18's XV

Volunteering:
  • Coordinated Year 7 and 8 lunchtime maths club (2015-2017)


References

References are available upon request.

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