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10 Tips for Writing a CURRICULUM VITAE as an Architect

Do you want to impact recruiters with your curriculum vitae but do not know how to do it? Here we tell you how to achieve it!

Curriculum vitae is basic in the world of work today and even more so for an Architect. In this article you will find 10 useful tips to write that curriculum with which you want to impact the recruiters.

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Today we bring you an article that will surely like them since we will talk about a very important topic, and that is that in our student or professional time we decided to look for work in a company to gain experience and for this we need to develop a curriculum.


    Tips for writing a Curriculum Vitae

    Since we entered the labor sector we know that the curriculum vitae is important to get a job. However the question here is: Has anyone taught you how to write one? Do you know the points on which most recruiters focus to select candidates for a job? surely your answer will be NO. And there is much ignorance in the subject. That is why with this article we intend to serve as a guide for you to develop that curriculum that impacts the recruiters and increases your chances of getting the job you want so much.

    Every day the recruiters in the human resources departments are increasingly demanding and the competition is fiercer to get a job. There are important points in the development of a curriculum that are the most focused recruiters. That is why here we present these 10 tips to write correctly that CV that allows you to get the job you want so much. Without further ado here we present our 10 tips:


    You can start your curriculum vitae with a brief presentation addressed to the company or the recruiter of the same, in which you can say to what position you aspire. You can do it at the beginning of the curriculum or say in this same letter that you attach the curriculum vitae, here you have to be brief, concise and above all do it with spelling and that the document is completely legible. In case you decide to attach a photograph it should be as professional and formal as possible.

    Academic training

    When it comes to a graduate architect, the ideal is to just put your academic education and focus or highlight the information that is most important for the position you are aspiring to, all refresher courses or congresses with curricular value that you have are important, as well that you also have to include them because with this you will prove that you are up to date and properly trained to get the job.


    This point is of the utmost importance, since if you aspire to a position in which you ask for certain years of experience, you can structure it in the following way: First place the companies in which you have worked (if so) and the position in the one that you were as well as the period of time that you worked there, besides being possible it is also advisable to place a reference of each one of these works. Then if you are the author of a work you can place it, and finally the projects or works in which you have collaborated.

    Do not have experience?

    If you do not have work experience or you are a student and you aspire to your first job then you should base your CV on your academic training and what you could contribute to the company according to your preparation. You must make it clear that you have the capacity to do the job you aspire to and that you have adequate preparation. For this you have to specify the level of studies and if you took any refresher courses. In this case it is important to highlight averages or prizes.

    Objectives and aptitudes

    Try to inform yourself about the values ​​and objectives of the company in question (website, mission, vision, etc.) and focus your objectives and aptitudes so that they are compatible with those of the company to which you aspire to work. How can you do it? investigate if they have a web page and there you can consult the information.


    More and more companies are concerned about having staff that speaks or at least understands another language. Tries to prepare you in this aspect and if you master a language or have a high level of proficiency. It is important that you highlight it within your curriculum. Specify if You understand, you speak, you write or you can translate that language.

    Software Management

    Central and important point. The constructors or offices of Architecture are fixed too much in this point, it includes all the software that you manage but it makes major emphasis in the specialized software in design as it can be: CAD, archicad, etc. Some 3D program, rendering or budgeting, and last but not least you can include the software package that we all know as Office.

    Data of interest

    The curriculum vitae can also include a section that includes additional data that are of interest to the office or builder. You can include the following information: If you are a member of a college of architects. If you published an article, references, volunteering or social services, Even if you have availability to travel and driver’s license.

    Structure and format

    Design your resume under a structure and established format. Use a formal font such as Arial. For no reason look for modern or extravagant typefaces and with a normal size of 12 or maximum 14. Try to follow a sequence and that your text be easy to read, use short and concise phrases. Do not get complicated with a design. Remember that in this case the most important thing is the content of the document. Although a creative design is an extra point in your favor.

    Check your CV

    Once you have your resume written. Give it one or two reviews to verify that you were not mistaken in any information and most importantly: Check your spelling well. If you do not feel safe with your CV or think you have missed some important information then ask for a second opinion. Show what you have written to a family member or friend to give you their observations or opinions.

    Well, friends, as you can see a good curriculum is often the difference between having or not having a job, as I said at the beginning of the competition every day is stronger and we must be prepared and updated to have that job we are looking for. So far this post waiting for you to like it and for the information to be useful. I do not say goodbye without first inviting you as always to join the blog community on social networks. For more content like this visit and recommend