Job proposal template

Produce professional job proposals - and win new clients - with our free proposal templates. Then cut the costs of getting paid from abroad with the Wise multi-currency business account.

Write a job proposal and start growing your business.

Create a job proposal.

Download the free job proposal template that suits your business type, to create a job proposal that reflects your brand and catches the customer’s eye.

Get contracts with new clients.

Complete and customize the simple job proposal template to give prospective clients all the details they need to hire you for the job.

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Simple job proposal template.

Use a job proposal to help an employer see the value you could add to their organization - even if the job you want isn’t being advertised yet. Follow the simple job proposal template to describe to potential employers how you could impact their business - and why they should be making you a job offer sooner rather than later.

A smart job proposal template makes it easier to write a stand-out proposal. Add and edit information as you customize your document, using the outline provided in the template, to cover everything your client needs to know.

Choose a business job proposal sample PDF or download a job proposal template Word document - customize the template according to your business needs.

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What is a job proposal?

In a competitive jobs market it can be hard to stand out from the crowd. If you wait until your dream job is advertised, you may be too late.

Instead, try sending a job proposal to companies you’d love to work with. Your job proposal can include a rundown of your skills and experience, and make suggestions about where you’d fit in the business. Use the proposal to show how you’d positively impact and grow the company - and why hiring you should be a no-brainer.

By using a simple job proposal template you can make it easy to produce customized job proposals and really catch the eye of prospective employers.


Proposal templates.

Choose, create and customize your perfect business proposal, bid proposal or project proposal with our free templates.

Quickly create professional proposal documents which cover your project’s objectives, scope, milestones and budget - and grab your client’s attention immediately.

Find the proposal template that you need to boost your sales from the table on the right.

8 tips for writing a job proposal.

Ready to get started with your job proposal? Read these last few tips to make sure you get it right first time:

  1. Short and simple wins the day. Include all the detail your client needs - but nothing more. Your aim is to grab their attention.
  2. Use your proposal to explain the impact your project will have. Even if you have to estimate and use assumptions, show the client what they stand to gain.
  3. Summarise your understanding of the client’s pain point - and expand as much as necessary about how you’ll solve their problem.
  4. If your proposal is getting unwieldy, use an appendix for additional documents to avoid clutter.
  5. Dive into the detail about the budget for the project. Setting out costs - and how the money will be used - upfront helps the client make a decision.
  6. Use the opportunity to set out milestones, deadlines, and measures of success. What will your client see in terms of results - and when.
  7. Customize every proposal you make - the client will know if you’re using too much boilerplate.
  8. Use a digital signature to speed up the process after acceptance - and make it easier for the client to pay in their home currency using the Wise Business account. Learn more about the Wise Business account
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