Recruiters never ignore good talent and a well written and designed CV is the first sign of that.

To celebrate the fact that the Olympics have come to London we have designed a set of CV templates that not only have an Olympic theme to them but are also targeted at job roles that are in demand for the London Olympics. The superb designs below will give you an idea of how to show creativity and ability in your resume and also how to clearly explain yourself. They are designed to help inspire job seekers and show them how they can stand out from other applicants and get noticed by those all important Hiring Managers.

A note to job seekers
It is not advisable to copy the phrases from these templates word for word but instead to tailor and tweak them for each specific role you apply for and for your individual requirements.

If you would like the editable version of the CVs below them you can get them for FREE! – simply send an email to; This is a special offer that is providing to jobseekers to mark the London 2012 Olympics. (We have a very strict privacy policy, and you can be reassured that your details will not be given to any other third parties, and you will not receive any unsolicited marketing emails from us).

About our CVs
Our bank of ready made resumes cover over 300 job roles of various professional levels and are perfect for people from all walks of life and industries. They can be used for full-time or part-time jobs, internal roles, external positions, promotions, new jobs, career changes, internships and work experience placements.

Writing a good resume is hard work, save yourself a lot of time and research by taking the opportunity to use our superb CV examples and the other career resources. These professionally designed and developed templates can help you put together a hard hitting and interview winning CV that sets you apart from the competition and helps you get that all important ‘foot in the door’.

The fundamental points to writing a good CV are:

  • Identifying what an employer wants from a candidate.
  • Identifying what you can offer the employer.
  • Writing a good CV that matches the above two points as closely as possible.


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