What we came up with is a simple, information-rich Notion Resume Template that is designed to put the information the hiring manager is looking for in front of them the instant it catches their eye. This includes space for a list of your three most polished professional skills and a professional callout (something you've achieved you're proud of and want to brag about -- perhaps scaling revenue X% in X months at X) up top.
You then have space to list all of your current and previous positions with space for a callout for each and sections to highlight your Education and Professional Certifications. You can of course add more sections to house additional information, like a bit for Languages. But remember: A resume is intended to be short and sweet, full of crucial information. Don't include too much fluff.
Adding even more value, we also created our Notion Resume Template to double as a virtual digital landing page of sorts, which can be modified for each position you’re applying for. You can record a short video to embed at the top, introducing yourself and mentioning the company by name. This will make your application stand out a whole lot more. Then invite hiring managers to have a look around.
The main benefit here is that you can form relationships to other content in your Notion Workspace, so with a little bit of tweaking you can link from your resume to a workflow showing how efficient you are, or a portfolio hosted on Notion, where you can control the flow of information to create a narrative and leave a lasting impression.
Unlike most of the Notion templates we release, this one is not free: We're selling it for $5 to cover the cost of the time we spent creating it. You'll be presented with a link to save the template to your Notion Workspace immediately after purchasing it and through email as well for safekeeping should you need to use it in the future.
You can save Notion templates through the Notion App for Android, iOS, Mac and Windows, and through Notion for Web. We have some detailed instructions on Notion Wizard that'll walk you through how to save the template to your Workspace if it's your first time using one. In a sentence: Click the Duplicate button at the top.