There are two aspects. One is how to format your resume and the other is to how to let employers know you are looking for full-time positions.
With regards to formatting your resume or CV, you have not yet completed the program. Until the final grades are in and credit has been granted for all courses, you are still expecting to complete the program. This is usually indicated by simply putting the word "expected" before the month and year you graduate. For example:
BS Software Engineering
2012 - Present (Expected June 2016)
Description of Program. Current cumulative GPA, minors, concentrations, achievements.
After you receive your final grades, change "Present (Expected June 2016)" to read "2016". If you are still looking for full-time work, update the cumulative GPA. I dropped the GPA from my resume after a few years of work experience, but if you graduated with honors, you may want to continue to note that.
As far as looking for full-time jobs, you can indicate this by simply applying to entry level or recent graduate positions on company websites. If companies ask for transcripts, you can let them know when you will be receiving your final grades and ask them if they would like you to wait or send the most recent transcripts and then send an updated set of transcripts after the latest grades are available.