What is a "full CV"?
QUESTION: “One of the ads I am thinking of responding to asks for a "full CV." Will this CV template fulfill their request, or should I create something more detailed for them?”
Technically, the term CV implies that it is already "full", as opposed to the resume which can be translated as "condensed."
By requesting a full CV the schools simply emphasize that they need one's details in full:
—Your full employment history (dates, names and locations - including countries);
Do not abbreviate (write Texas, rather than TX.)
—Your professional qualifications (origin, dates, validity);
Use unabbreviated names of your schools and locations, including the country of origin.
—Your personal info (nationality, place of birth, age, marriage / dependents);
—Your professional referees (their names, job titles, and contact details.)
Our current CV templates include these sections in their structure.
In some countries they require "faith / religion", "passport number", "driver license" and other info - which we do not recommend to list.
NOTE: A "full CV" does not imply to contain "attended school meetings", "wrote lesson plans", "enjoy reading" and similar entries. Get rid of them.
Finally, if you need to include a specific date, make sure to write the month as a word. For example: 07/03/12 can be understood as:
7 March 2012 (most common)
3 July 2012 (USA)
3 December 2007