Producing a tailor-fit, competent resume is just one of the challenges that today’s job seekers will have to face. This pressure is heavier for those who seek to land jobs in the creative industry and information technology. Web developer job openings, for instance, are quite rare but provide an excellent salary and flexible work schedules. With that, web developer job applicants really need to exert a lot of effort into generating a resume since it is basically an employer’s first glance at them as individuals and as potential employees.
If you aspire to work as a web developer in a highly reputable company, then you must check out the following examples and templates of professional web developer resumes. Download them now and code your way to excellence!
If you’re having a hard time showcasing your set of professional skills as a web developer, you should really make use of this resume template above. It has a cover page, an application letter, a resume with infographics, and a single page dedicated for your portfolios. It is easily editable and comes with high-quality images and fonts. Certainly, this resume template is just what you need to boost your career as a web developer! Download it now for free.
Having several years of diverse experience with different employers may require you a specific type of resume. So if you’re a web developer who also happens to be immersed with managerial roles, you can check out John McKinsey’s sample resume above. McKinsey has worked both as a team leader and a full-stack web developer for several years; he has also been with multiple companies, which is why his resume tends to give more emphasis on his work experiences. If you can relate to McKinsey’s professional adventures, download his sample resume and let it guide you.
Web Developer Aaron Marr’s resume is simply clean and coherent; his resume objective clearly coincides with the neat design of his resume. What makes Marr’s resume distinctive is that despite having been employed with only a single employer, he has managed to present his work experiences as something so diverse or manifold. And the fact that he’s only stayed with one company for several years makes him and his resume sound more professional than the others. Check it out now.
Incorporating a bit of your personality in your resume is one of the things that will easily make you stand out among other job applicants. Who says you have to strictly give your resume that technical feel just because you’re applying for a technical job? If you want to create a resume that reflects a portion of yourself, you might want to check out Clive Thomasson’s customized resume. Thomasson has included a personal quote aside from his resume objectives, and instead of placing an image of himself, he used a closeup picture of a flower petal; having such unique elements in your resume might also pique the curiosity of your target employers.
If you have only been with one employer for several years, you might as well just keep your resume simple and conventional. Like this sample resume above from Peter Smith, you can directly lay out your career objective, professional experience, educational background, and skills; however, it’s still entirely up to you on how to sequence the aforementioned parts of a resume. Just make sure to check out the format from Peter Smith.
Unlike most resumes, this sample from Rachel Dunne provides extensive details particularly on her skills. Dunne has provided a plausible personal statement which equals a career objective in a traditional resume. She has also initiated her own skills section which includes her professional web developing skills and personal skills, which can positively affect an employer’s perception of her. Furthermore, she placed her work experiences on the latter parts of her resume since she has only been with one employer.
Just because you’re currently a freelance web developer doesn’t mean that you aren’t as professional as the ones who work in a company. The sample resume from freelance web developer Robert Smith indicates that he’s already been on the job for 10 years and with nine of those from being a freelancer. If you can relate to Robert’s situation and would want to start working again in a company, his sample resume will surely help you in creating your own. Download it now for free to draft your own professional resume.
Like the previous sample resume above from Rachel Dunne, this resume from Ian Hill also highlights his professional skills; however, it does not contain his list of personal skills unlike the former’s, so it looks a bit more traditional. Nonetheless, he has still made his skills section distinctive since he further divided them into Project Management Skills and Key Technical Skills. Additionally, Hill also wrote a compelling profile summary which highly puts him at an advantage aside from his list of impressive professional experiences.
Sometimes, a single sheet of paper cannot strategically summarize what you need your prospect employers to see. If you really have a lot to showcase, you can refer to this sample two-page resume from Mathew Thomas. Thomas has put a lot of effort into his profile summary and career history. Aside from having a two-page, pronounced resume, another thing that makes Thomas’s resume distinguishable is that he included his certifications and philanthropic interests. Including those two will surely garner attention from his prospect employers.
If you want to keep it simple without fully conforming to the traditional, then you must take a look at this sample resume from a certain Nicholas Brown. His simple and straightforward resume functionally made use of lines both as dividers and minimalist designs. Aside from that, Brown has also effectively selected and placed just the necessary information that he wants to present to his potential employers, despite having an outstanding 10-year work experience. Download his sample now for free.