Using a CV Template when creating a CV for a Social Care position is a helpful way of putting structure into your CV, and a great way to learn ideas; it is good practice to view several examples of CVs from your industry, so you can define what you would like to achieve.
Be careful when using a CV template because the content you include needs to be unique content, tailored to your experiences as a Social Care and specifically, about your achievements. When creating your CV, a key tip is to carefully insert your personality, give an overview of your job responsibilities and share insights about your career that you are proud of.
Start with a unique personal statement tailored specifically to you. In your CV, you need to address who you are, what you have to offer, what you are aiming for in your career and you need to let the reader understand the type of impact you will have in their company, should you be employed.
Working in the Social Care sector, I was responsible for providing care and assistance in the community with different groups. My duties included connecting and working with people, helping them overcome challenges, and follow treatment plans. I was responsible for advocating for individuals when dealing with statutory agencies while managing a heavy caseload. I maintained accurate records and created reports showing trends in behaviour. I have a Bachelor’s in Social and Community Development and a Master’s in Social Work.