Orienta is a free professional and elegant resume template. Crafted with care, neat design, this CV template uses a 2-column layout, and with a left colored sidebar. Includes cover letter templates.
Free resume for Word with 3 color options: blue, gray and green.
Well-organized, table-formatted*, this resume template is also very easy to edit and customize with MS Word.
*Table-formatted: most of the templates you’ll find online (even the expensive ones) are merely built with text boxes and shapes. As each information length is different for everyone, it’s a nightmare to deal with when it comes to use the template with your own information. Tables, on the contrary, allow an easy and hassle-free customization, with no formatting or alignment issue.
Tip: you could still edit very easily and customize the resume with your own colors if needed.
The package includes Microsoft Word files (.DOCX) in International A4 and US/Canada Letter sizes.
- Single page resume + cover letter templates
- 2 aspect ratio: A4 (210×297 mm) & US Letter (8.5×11 in) paper size
- 3 color options: blue, gray and green
- Fully editable
- Professional and well-organized
- Built with tables: perfectly aligned typography, easy to adjust and quick to customize
- Only FREE Font used
Resume + Cover Letter templates are included:
Well-organized, table-formatted and fully editable professional resume template:
Files included in the package:
- 12 Microsoft Word (version 2007 or above) files – DOCX
- 12 full preview files – PDF
- Readme File – PDF
Uses free font*:
- Calibri (System Font)
* this resume is designed with the fonts above ; for an optimal result, install these fonts first, and then open the DOCX file.
You can also install and use the FontAwesome free font if you want to use different icons.
- Download main ZIP file & extract the files (for e.g. using Winzip, Winrar…)
- Install required fonts if necessary
- Open the DOCX file and Start editing / customizing
- Save file as PDF
- Email / Upload or Print it on any printer
19 thoughts on “Orienta Professional Resume Template”
I like to say the editable cv formats are user friendly and flexible to use. GREAT job guys!
Hi Ajulo, thanks for your comment and glad you like our templates!
pretty good templates i should said that it is briliatnt for me the wow things when i worked with the language bar statistics that awesome
keep creative and keep artistic
This template is well structured and easy to edit. It looks awesome!
Thank you for sharing it free.
Now a Days your resume should be creative as much as you are! It seems very genuine and creative.
I am definitely going to use this template!
Hey @Govind M, good choice! Thank you for using our templates.
These designs are awesome…very helpful…a big thanks for sharing these highly creative designs. Thanks
Thank you @Shaifali!
Hi Zirk! Thanks a lot for these very professional templates.
I just wanted to clarify one thing. Should we include current job title under the picture or the one we are applying for?
Looking forward to hear from you. Thanks again!
Hi Faizan, good question. I’d say it depends if you already know and apply for a specific position – that could be different from your current one (then you’d probably better to specify this one…). But usually it tends to be your current position though.
Awesome designs and so easy to edit them
Perfect template! Just having trouble to replace the image. Seems i can not use the replace function.
Hi Troublemaker (I did not say you were ;-)), to replace the photo, just right-click it, then in Format Picture, go to Fill, Picture or texture fill, and File… and select your ID photo.
Thanks so much for the template. it looks really great
I am really thanks for you all for such a good template of resume. thanks
These are really cool cv templates!
Thanks so much for the templates. Great site, professional designs.
Hi, is there a 2-page version for this?
Hi @Joys, this version is not specifically designed for a multi-page CV… its structure will adapt the length of your information though (but the side banner won’t replicate; if you need it, you’ll need to copy/past it in the other pages, or the best option would be to place it directly in the header…). Thanks