Mafu #60 (Student) FREE CV / RESUME / MOTIVATIONAL LETTER TEMPLATE

STUDENT CV / RESUME / MOTIVATIONAL LETTER

Mafu #60 (Student) FREE CV / RESUME / MOTIVATIONAL LETTER TEMPLATE

I created this template with tertiary students and Grade 12’s in mind ( but of course, like all my other templates, anyone in any sector can use it if they feel like it will increase their odds of getting that dream interview.)

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Earned #59 (Security Guard) Free CV / RESUME TEMPLATE

Security Guard – Job Description

Earned #59 (Security Guard) Free CV / RESUME TEMPLATE

Security Guards work for a Security Agency/Company that gets hired by third parties to protect and guard their assets (e.g. property, people, equipment, or money). They can be armed or unarmed and use specialized equipment and tactics to do their job. Security Guards use various types of equipment to do their job (e.g. video cameras, motion sensors, alarms, and lethal or non-lethal weapons, always in compliance with regulations). The level of security required and the means to protect an asset will depend on the client’s profile and what they are intending to protect.


Security Guards are often stationed guarding private and public institutions, private property, and residences. Many companies hire the services of specialized Security Agencies to protect their assets. However, some companies are big enough to have their own security staff. The grand majority of Security Guards wear uniforms to properly identify themselves and the agency they work for, as well as to create a sense of authority.

Work Duties:

• Reviewing previous log entries.
• Monitoring the area using video cameras.
• Patrolling the area and looking out for suspicious activities.
• Granting access to restricted areas to authorized personnel and visitors.
• Escorting people outside the premises when necessary.
• Detaining offenders and calling law enforcement when necessary.
• Writing new entries into the log reporting any irregularities.
• Escorting valuables when necessary.
• Providing assistance during emergencies.

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Empire #58 (Civil Engineer) FREE CV / RESUME TEMPLATE

Civil Engineer – Job Description

Empire #58 (Civil Engineer) FREE CV / RESUME TEMPLATE

A Civil Engineer oversees the construction, repair, and maintenance of buildings and other infrastructures (e.g. bridges, roads, railways, tunnels, and even sewage systems). Most Civil Engineers work for engineering and construction firms, although they can also be found in many other industries.

Civil Engineering can be divided into two general categories: consulting and contracting. Consulting Civil Engineers are responsible for designing the project alongside the architect, while Contracting Civil Engineers are in charge of creating the structure itself.

Work Duties:

  • Carrying out a thorough analysis of the project’s specifications, along with the survey data.
  • Establishing the project’s agenda and guidelines.
  • Estimating the cost of the project, including materials, equipment, and labour.
  • Determining and acquiring the necessary construction materials, equipment, and tools.
  • Using computer-aided design (CAD) software to plan and design different systems and to ensure compliance with the applicable regulations.
  • Overseeing and guiding construction activities to ensure they meet the client’s requirements.

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Revelation #57 (Personal Assistant) FREE CV / RESUME TEMPLATE

Personal Assistant – Job Description

Revelation #57 (Personal Assistant) FREE CV / RESUME TEMPLATE

Personal assistants work in the heart of every business, providing incredible administrative support who have huge potential to earn a six-figure salary, travel the world and enjoy amazing career progression.  As a personal assistant (often shortened to PA), you will work closely with senior managerial or executive staff to provide administrative support, usually on a one-to-one basis. Personal assistant careers are varied and you will play a pivotal role in helping a manager to make best use of their time with administrative and secretarial tasks.

A brilliant multi-tasker, the personal assistant job role is wide ranging. From project managing, organising diaries, keeping notes and scheduling meetings to setting up conferences and assisting with travel trips, a personal assistant can expect to enjoy a busy but varied day. Career prospects are excellent with many personal assistants rising up the ranks quickly to eventually work at a CEO level or progress to another area of the company like marketing or HR.

Work Duties:

  • Reviewing and filtering all incoming and outgoing mail, calls, emails, and faxes.
  • Managing an executive’s daily schedule, setting up professional and personal appointments.
  • Acting as a liaison and first point of contact with individuals and organizations.
  • Performing searches and providing information and recommendations.
  • Preparing presentations, documents, and other reports.
  • Filing and organizing paper and electronic documents, such as emails, reports, and other administrative records.

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Dimension #56 (Kinesiologist) FREE CV / RESUME TEMPLATE

Kinesiologist – Job Description

Dimension #56 (Kinesiologist) FREE CV / RESUME TEMPLATE

The basic premise of kinesiology is that the body has its own healing energy and is doing its best to care for itself, but sometimes needs a little help to achieve this state. Kinesiology, therefore, may be understood as a system of natural health care which combines muscle monitoring with the principles of Chinese medicine to assess energy and body function. The kinesiologist enables this process by applying a range of gentle yet powerful healing techniques to improve health, well-being and vitality.

Kinesiologists tap into energies that other modalities do not assess. They look beyond the symptoms, and do not diagnose or treat named diseases. In fact, they do not limit themselves to dealing with ailments, since energy balancing can bring a person closer to achieving any goal of their choice, whether in sport, relationships, learning or coping with life in general. They are concerned with imbalances in the body’s energy, and in this respect, have close links with the acupuncture concept of energy flow. A kinesiologist recognizes that there are flows of energy within the body that relate not only to the muscles but to every tissue and organ that go to make the body a living, feeling being.

Kinesiologists apply muscle testing to identify and correct energy blockages within the body; it is a natural feedback system which receives information via nerve pathways and the meridian system of the brain and body. This muscle feedback system gives instant access into the holistic information held by the subconscious brain. A weak muscle test can therefore be an indicator that stress is having a tellingly negative effect somewhere in the system. By accessing the bio-system via this muscle monitoring tool, kinesiologists can get quite specific and very quickly come up with the right answers.

Work Duties:

  • Help individuals cope with physical injuries
  • Apply various healing techniques in order to alleviate muscle ailments
  • Work to manage, rehabilitate, and prevent disorders that impede movement
  • Monitor patients to ensure their program produces the desired effects
  • Demonstrate proper muscle movement in order to prevent injuries
  • May work to improve motor learning skills in patients suffering from cerebral palsy, autism, and other motor and neurological problems
  • May promote ergonomic workplace body postures and equipment selection

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Takeoff #55 (Cabin Crew) FREE CV / RESUME TEMPLATE

Cabin Crew – Job Description

Takeoff #55 (Cabin Crew) FREE CV / RESUME TEMPLATE

Cabin Crew are in many ways the faces of airlines. They take care of passengers, tending to their needs, comfort, and safety during a flight. The primary duty of the Cabin Crew is to ensure passenger safety during flights by adhering to safety regulations. They are also tasked with serving meals and drinks to passengers, but this is mostly a secondary responsibility.

Cabin Crews are employed by airlines and most of them work in commercial flights, although there is also a market for private cabin crews (e.g. private charter planes or jets). Depending on the size of the plane, international safety regulations demand a certain number of cabin crew to be on board the aircraft. The standard rule is that there should be one Flight Attendant for each 50 passengers.  Although most Cabin Crew in the majority of airlines are female, there has been an increasing number of male Cabin Crew in the last years.

Work Duties:

  • Greeting and helping passengers board the plane.
  • Helping passengers with their carry-ons.
  • Going over safety and emergency procedures.
  • Serving meals and drinks to passengers, as well as complying with some special requests.
  • Making in-flight announcements.
  • Ensuring the safety of the crew.
  • Helping passengers leave the plane.

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HOPE #54 (Guidance Counsellor) FREE CV / RESUME TEMPLATE

Guidance Counsellor – Job Description

HOPE #54 (Guidance Counsellor) FREE CV / RESUME TEMPLATE

Guidance Counsellors provide competent, ethical, and professionally delivered knowledge, information, and services on educational orientation and training, helping current and prospective students work toward achieving their personal and academic goals. They administer and interpret standardized interest, aptitude, and ability tests to help students identify their strengths and develop self-awareness.

In some cases, Guidance Counsellors are also responsible for overseeing students’ mental health by administering clinical pre-screeners and psycho-educational assessments, as well as referring students to other specialized services when required.

Guidance Counsellors are usually hired by public and private schools and other academic institutions, often working within the Health and Counselling Services department. Sometimes, smaller schools will have a Teacher or the schools Psychologist work as a Guidance Counsellor or vice versa, as long as this individual is qualified in both fields.

Work Duties:

  • Offering support in academic and vocational development by identifying students’ goals and helping them work toward achieving them.
  • Identifying students’ skills and helping them improve these skills or develop new ones.
  • Advising students on educational, professional, and/or vocational issues.
  • Providing students with a wide range of educational and occupational information.
  • Providing information on job search strategies, including résumé and cover letter writing, as well as interview preparation and networking best practices.

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REViVe #53 (Receptionist) FREE CV / RESUME TEMPLATE

Receptionist – Job Description

REViVe #53 (Receptionist) FREE CV / RESUME TEMPLATE

Receptionists are usually the very first point of contact with whom clients and employees will be interacting when contacting an organization. Their main duty is to greet visitors and show them to the person best suited to assist them. They also address clients and employees’ phone and in-person inquiries, schedule and confirm appointments, and answer information requests.
In some cases, especially in smaller companies, the Receptionist’s tasks may overlap with those of the administrative assistant which is why they may also take care of some Human Resources tasks (e.g. accounting and logistics).

Work Duties:

  • Greeting, informing, and directing visitors and employees.
  • Handling all incoming and outgoing mail, calls, emails, and faxes.
  • Scheduling appointments and meetings.
  • Performing searches and providing information.
  • Managing customer inquiries.
  • Drafting and distributing office memos and correspondence.
  • Filing and organizing paper and electronic documents, such as emails, invoices, reports, and other administrative records.
  • Ensuring reception and other common areas are clean and organized.

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REViVe #52(Media-Relations) FREE CV / RESUME TEMPLATE

Media Relations – Job Description

REViVe #52(Media-Relations) FREE CV / RESUME TEMPLATE

Media relations is a subset of public relations that focuses on sharing the benefits of an organization’s products, policies, or services through news media outlets. The goal is to maximize positive coverage in the media and protect the client organization from negative coverage when things go wrong. Unlike public relations as a whole, media relations is limited to working directly with the press, rather than the general public.

Like all of public relations, media relations is both an art and science, and each situation presents a unique set of challenges. Media relations workers spend much of their time cultivating relationships with journalists, and translating the media’s needs back to clients. Employees must become adept at understanding the requirements of various media outlets, and figuring out how to target their client’s message to each one.

Media relations workers generally develop what’s called a “press kit,” which provides information on the company’s history or background, information on its services and products, biographical information on the organization’s leaders, and contact information. Media relations employees will also work with their clients to develop a playbook of media strategies, as well as talking points for specific news events. They also write press releases on a regular basis.

Media relations workers may also need to counsel clients about the realities of the media environment, which include tight schedules, the need for “hooks” and “angles” that will keep the news fresh, and the requirement to preserve objectivity. Clients may need to be convinced of the fact that the news media choose their own stories, which means that media relations employees can’t always control the stories about their organization.

The Internet has changed the industry in several ways. Many press kits are now online, making them potentially easier to access. However, the online environment has in some cases made the client’s message more difficult to control. There are often hundreds, if not thousands, of online outlets covering each industry, and it may be impossible to monitor each one. Fact-checking by the crowd has become easier and more commonplace, which means companies must be scrupulously honest about their activities. On the plus side, social media has created significant new opportunities for companies to share their message.

Many media relations workers are former journalists, who have developed the necessary communications skills and possess a strategic understanding of the media industry. Regardless of their background, media relations workers spend a large portion of their job staying up to date with broadcast, print, and online media. They know their way around a television remote, and their RSS readers are always packed with content.

REViVE #51 (Social Media Brand Strategist) FREE CV / RESUME TEMPLATE

Social Media Brand Strategist – Job Description

REViVE #51 (Social Media Brand Strategist) FREE CV / RESUME TEMPLATE

Social Media Brand Strategist often works under the Brand Manager or marketing team to ensure a consistent and effective brand message on all online platforms. She/he will often need to be forward-thinking to anticipate future trends and success of a product or service. A strategist will develop positioning recommendations, guide market research analysis and define brand elements and tone. A Social Media Brand Strategist will find ways to further enhance the branding of a product or service, as well as develop a marketing plan through analysis of current online market data and trends. The Social Media Brand Strategist position generally requires a degree in business or marketing.