We’ve written at length about Chef’s CV-Resume design and we’ve even gone so far as to draft a Chef’s CV-Resume Design Tips Page. If you haven’t already read those pieces we recommend you hit both those links before reading any further. What we’ve realized is that, beyond more Chef CV-Resume drafting advice, many of you would like something more tangible by way of Chef CV and Resume resources. Well, now you got it!
TOPCHEFS Chef CV-Resume Downloads are Live
It’s been on our minds for a while and now we’ve done something about it. Our CV designs are simple, clear and crisp, moreover we’ve designed them to ensure they “play nice” with modern catering recruitment agency database technology. You certainly don’t want to waste time prettifying your CV-Resume only for it choke the “CV Parsing” so beloved of recruitment agents. So we’ve designed for you a couple of templates which prioritize clarity and compatibility over decoration. Take our word for this, no one ever got a chefs job because they sweated all day over the typeface choices and decorative flourishes to adorn their CV-Resume.
First the Chef CV-Resume Homework section
But first up we couldn’t just put a couple of Chef’s CV-Resume Templates on the server and let you download them without suggesting you do some homework first. The following graphic will make more sense to you if you visit our Chef CV-Resume Anatomy page. There you’ll find plenty more advice on how best to use these templates and the design criteria we used when structuring them.
The Chef CV-Resume Downloads themselves
Now that, we hope, you’ve suffered your way through our lengthy prose on the art and science of the document layout and recommended content you should be ready to pick a template for your own job hunting project. So don’t waste anymore time, get over to our Chefs CV-Resume Template Downloads Page.
Note: We’re not yet ready to afford these new pages a place on the Menu Navigation System of the Website until we’ve gained a bit more feedback so, until then, they will remain “in beta mode,” use at your own risk etc.
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