The Resume Template by Max Job™ was designed to be easy to customize, and is available in two different formats:
If something strange happens when you make a change to a format, like everything turning into bullets, immediately press Ctrl+z (undo) to cancel the automated formatting. You might also want to check your AutoCorrection or AutoFormat settings.
I created these templates from scratch using a minimal set of Styles in Microsoft Word. You can modify the Normal style to change the font from Arial to Times New Roman. You can modify the Heading 1 style to change between All Caps, Mixed Case, Small Caps, or to modify the border line. In the Outline Format, the left margins for the Title, Contact Information, and Heading 1 styles are set to -0.25".
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Choosing a resume template is NOT the first step in writing your resume. You shouldn't sift through sample resumes to try to find the best looking resume template and then try to make your details, skills, and qualifications fit a specific format.
When choosing a resume template:
Regardless of what type of resume you choose (chronological resume, functional resume, curriculum vitae, etc.), your two main options for laying out the content are either the outline or table format. I have seen nice looking resumes that use both formats within the same file, but you have to be careful to remain consistent and clear.
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A CV or Curriculum Vitae is a summary of a person's education, employment, publications, and other professional activities, awards, and honors. In the United States, a CV is used by people applying for a position in academia, research, or scientific field (as well as grants and fellowships). The Curriculum Vitae Template below was designed with this purpose in mind. Download our CV Template and read through the suggestions below on finding CV examples and writing your CV.If you are a graduate student, you should begin assembling your CV right away so that you have it ready to give to future employers. Use your CV to keep track of your accomplishments and publications so that it is always up-to-date. In many other countries, a curriculum vitae is essentially the same thing as a resume. If that applies in your case, then check out our resume template
How to Find CV Examples
A great place to find CV examples is to go to your favorite university's web page and find the faculty page for your department. For example, if you are a mechanical engineer, look for faculty in ME. Many faculty members will publish their CV online (minus some personal details and references).You can also try a Google search like "CV Example site:.edu filetype:pdf"
Curriculum Vitae Template:
Disclaimer: The information on this page and the CV templates are for educational purposes and as a general guide and not meant to be followed or copied exactly.
Customizing: It will be very important for you to customize the template for your specific field, experience, and skills. The order of the various sections will depend upon what type of job you are applying for (such as teaching vs. research). See the reference below for examples of how to customize your CV.
Maintaining a Master Copy: You will probably end up with many different versions of your CV over time as you apply for different positions and grants. I prefer to maintain a single master CV template that contains the most up-to-date information.
Maintaining a Second Version: You may have information and categories in your master CV template that you do NOT want to include when you publish your CV or submit the CV to a potential employer. If you are in a hurry to send off an application, it is very easy to accidentally include a section in your CV that you didn't want to. So, you may want to consider maintaining a separate CV that you use specifically for submitting with applications.
Tracking Publications: If you are using your CV as a way to keep track of your publications, then it is useful to have a category for "Publications in Review". Unless you only have a few publications and would like to show that you have more in review, you may want to consider leaving out this section when you share your CV.
The 5 C's of Resume Writing - Convincing, Concise, Clear, Consistent, and Clean - also apply to CV's . So in addition to reading through the Resume Tips, here are some points to remember when writing your CV.
If you like our curriculum vitae template, you are welcome to link to this page from your website or blog. You can use the following URL for your link:
Unlike the majority of the content on Vertex42.com, we also grant permission for you to share these CV templates AS-IS from your website or blog based on the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerives 2.0 license. See ourresume license agreement for more info.
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