Jack Sellen (CIOL), Nov 18th 2014, 11:32 Verified Guru
Why not get a professional to do it?
You are right to understand that style and conventions matter and a professional EN>ES translator (preferably Spanish native) who specialises in CVs is the best person to do this.
I'd imagine it would probably cost in the region of £60-80, which is a price I'd be prepared to pay to distinguish myself from the competition!
If the above is not a viable option, you could translate your CV information yourself but use the Europass CV template to present it.