Junior Creative in Advertisement CV Sample

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Alan Thicke

Address: 999, 99229, London, Great Britain
Nationality: British
Date of birth: 1999-19-09
Email address: hello@kickresume.com
Phone number: +999 999 999
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As an ambitious individual I work hard for the well being of the team combining my technical skills and creativity.


08/2014 - present, B.Tech, Mechanical Engineering, Vel Tech, Chennai, India
07/2012 - 06/2014, HSC, Sri Siddhartha Junior College, Madanapally, India
07/2011 - 05/2012, SSC, Gnanodaya High School, Madanapally, India


05/2016, Inplant Training, Hindustan Machine Tools, (HMT) Banglore, Karnataka
07/2017, Gas Turbine Engine Design and Development, Quest Global Technology Excellence Group


English, Hindi
Telugu, Urdu

Area of Interest

  • Product Development and Innovation
  • Data Driven Analytics
  • Product Archaeology

Work shops

  • Actively participated workshop in AutoDesk Fusion 360 at Vel Tech


  • Product Development and Innovation

Developed a Product with Team, which address the needs and meets customer requirements

  • Product Archaeology

Done Product Development analysis on IS2062 with team inorder to restructure its life cycle


07/2017, Best Presentation Award, Department of Mechanical Engineering
05/2016, Best Creative Mind Award, Department of English


02/2017 - 03/2017, Appointed as Team Leader in Lavaza 2k17, Vel Tech, Chennai, India
05/2015 - 04/2016, Appointed as Chief Member for Sport's Team, Vel Tech, Chennai, India


Darj Ball
Meeting friends
Poems writing
Making picture
Making more pictures


Shaik Yusuff, Senior Lecturer, S.V. Degree College, 999 999 999
Shaik Cheruddin Basha, Capgemini, (Canada)




Computer skills - 90%
Creativity - 91%
Working under pressure - 90%


Action oriented
Working quickly
Position Overview:

Junior Creative

Junior Creatives really are an important part of any business that is trying to catch the customer’s eye. The main duty of a Creative employee is stunning clients by creating commercially effective and creatively brilliant advertising solutions. Carrying out this kind of work definitely requires creative skills like knowing how to work with visuals or being able to brainstorm and fully imagine finished projects. This post also requires patience and perseverance though. Remember, this is a Junior position, so it is largely up to you to actually make yourself and your ideas be heard. If you nail that and help in producing successful advertising campaigns, the position of Senior Creative is not far from your reach.

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How to write your own Junior Creative resume?

1. Outline the extent of your expertise

Despite applying for a Junior position, you should show that you are qualified enough and actually ready to start really working. Sure, the expectations for you may not be as high as for someone who is in the industry for a long time but adding anything that supersedes this expectation is a plus to you precisely because of that.

If you have work experience, projects that you participated in, or even a list of the skills you possess that you would know to use in a proper job, add that to your resume! The more of these kinds of things you have, the more a recruiter will be convinced that you are already up to the task and may have something to show for in the future.

Junior Creative Work Experience Example

Product Development and Innovation

  • "Developed a Product with Team, which addresses the needs and meets customer requirements."

Product Archaeology

  • "Done with Product development analysis on IS2062 with a team in order to restructure its life cycle."

2. Show off a little more

Once again, there probably are not many “office skills” you have at the time of applying for this position, but this is all the more reason to show off any of these skills which you actually do possess. 

If you worked with office software, visual editing tools, and other tools during any of your time in school or in a volunteering/internship job, definitely make sure you make that an addition to the resume. More so, if you achieved success by being this ‘ahead’ of the crowd. This can be done by simply creating a list, or even making some visual aids to quantify the extent to which you are able to use your toolkit like graphs.

Junior Creative Awards Example

  • "Best Presentation Award / Department of Mechanical Engineering (07/2017)"

  • "Best Creative Mind Award / Department of English (05/2016)"

3. Try to sound professional

As you may have noticed, creating this resume is about breaking perceptions and biases employers may have about young creative professionals. That is only emphasized in this last piece of advice – use appropriate language and grammar!

Having the skills of a professional is one thing, sounding like one is another. Conveying both of them on your resume is bound to take you a long way. 

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