The rule of thumb here is not to put down references on your CV. For several reasons including, people change their roles and may no longer be available on the details you have provided.
End your CV with “References available on request” that way at interview when asked for references you can decide who you want to give.
RULE: Always check with a referee before you give their details to anyone, some companies don’t allow for direct supervisors or line manages to give out references.
Text boxes, clip art and photos of yourself are not a good idea on your CV. Unless you are applying for a creative role in an advertising agency, keep it simple and easy for the hiring manager to read. You want to make an impression, but
you don’t want to make the wrong impression.
Remember, a Good CV will set you apart from the rest, but a Great CV will secure you that
interview! So, sell yourself!