Question: i need an example of a resume. i dont want no links, i just need an example of a real looking resume. i would really appreciate it!
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Kathy C. Collins 12411 East Olive Avenue ( El Cajon, CA 92019 ( 619-555-1212 ( [email protected] SUMMARY Multi-task oriented with strong organizational and people skills. Thorough familiarity with accounting, inventory, time management, expense reports, travel and event planning. Skills 60 w.p.m. Adobe PageMaker Word Perfect Microsoft Word Microsoft Excel Meeting Manager ACT Duke Nukem Education BA in Business Management, Fresno State, 1986 Time Management for Teams Seminar, Riley Design Institute, 1993 EXPERIENCE Administrative Assistant, 6/96 to present Robinson and Associates, San Jose, CA • Provided administrative support to the Trade Show Manager and five permanent employees. • Wrote monthly accounting report analysis and handled daily interaction with accounting. • Tracked all departmental expenses. • Generated lead report updates. Administrative Assistant, 4/93-6/96 Equity Property Management, San Francisco, CA • Maintained real estate office for fifty agents and two brokers. • Set up computer system for agent tracking and monthly invoicing. • Coordinated monthly off-site meetings. • Proposed and arranged for guest speakers at monthly meetings. • Handled all travel and meeting arrangements. Property Manager, 2/90-4/93 Magellan Properties, San Francisco, CA • Managed two hundred residential and twelve commercial accounts. • Prepared budgets for construction and sales divisions. • Supervised five on-site managers and one in-house administrator. • Interacted with tenants, vendors, and property owners on a daily basis. Sales Assistant, 11/88-2/90 Alexander Corporation, Mill Valley, CA • Provided clerical sales support to sales representatives. • Assisted customers with technical support. • Coordinated sales and shipping with international and domesitc companies. • Managed mass mailings of sales materials and data sheets for trade shows. • Performed general clerical tasks including faxing, typing and filing. That's all the text that goes on a resume. If you want to see it formatted (I know you didn't want links, so don't look if you don't want to) click here: http://www.realresume.com/resume1.pdf Here's another example of a resume: KATRINA Q. MARTINE, LCSW 3056 Hillegass Ave, Berkeley CA 94705 Berkeley office (510) 987-6543 San Francisco office (415) 876-5432 Objective: Position as EAP Consultant with Great Western Bank PROFILE * Ten years post-masters clinical experience. * Six years experience working within an internal EAP model. * Specialist in crisis intervention and conflict resolution. * Successful private practice in San Francisco. * Expertise in workplace issues. * Extensive public speaking experience. EAP RELATED EXPERIENCE * Provided EAP-type services for workers at Clark Resort & Conference Center: Mediated conflicts among coworkers; Mediated management/worker disputes; Counseled workers on personal and workplace issues; Referred workers to outside resources when appropriate. * Served as Clark's on-call crisis intervention specialist, for staff and customers. * Enjoy handling crises; able to quickly assess situations, provide emergency counseling, and connect people with needed services. * Identified chemical dependency issues as one component of treatment plans developed in my counseling roles at hospitals, resort center, and in private practice. CLINICAL EXPERIENCE Assessment * Conducted clinical assessments in business, medical, and social services environments, as well as in private practice. * Provided clinical assessments of clients from a wide range of cultural backgrounds and ages, to determine their need for services. Clinical Case Management * Managed clients' clinical needs in my private practice, at Clark, and at Lighthouse for the Blind: Provided short term counseling; Made referrals where appropriate. Short Term Problem Solving * Provided short-term counseling in my private practice, assisting clients in problem solving and developing problem solving skills. * Provided problem solving with clients to assess their needs for treatment and referrals, in a variety of medical settings and social service agencies. * Conducted trainings for Lighthouse staff to improve their problem solving skills. * Lead a time-limited problem solving group at Lighthouse for the Blind. Treatment / Referrals * Developed a broad base of Bay Area treatment referral sources, during my years of diverse work in hospitals and social services agencies. BUSINESS EXPERIENCE As Conference Center Manager, and as On-Call Weekend Manager for Clark facility serving 300 to 2,000 customers: Supervised up to 100 resort staff (reception, office, security, maintenance, etc.) Coordinated bookings, social activities, entertainment, and building maintenance, in cooperation with a team of other department managers. * Consulted with management on organizational development, case management, team building, and workplace communications, as ... In-house counselor at Clark Consultant for Lighthouse. * Have, and use, a FAX machine. Very familiar with pagers. * Have a computer in home office. EMPLOYMENT HISTORY 1994-present Psychotherapist in private practice, San Francisco 1995-present Clinical Consultant to Lighthouse for the Blind, San Jose 1990-97 Clark Resort & Conference Center, Mapleton CA In-House Counselor 1992-97 Weekend Manager 1991-96 Conference Center Manager 1990-92 1985-90 Social Worker, Laguna Honda Hospital & Franklin Hospital, San Francisco 1984-85 Counselor/Trainer, Child Assault Prevention Program, Berkeley 1980-83 Program Director, Planned Parenthood, Oakland EDUCATION Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), 1989 Masters in Social Work, San Francisco State University, 1985 B.A. in Sociology; B.S.W., Castleton (VT) State College, 1976 And it formatted the way you would turn it in: http://www.realresume.com/resume2.pdf
Besides setting all margins to 1", the most important criteria for setting up a professional resume besides relevant text, is "scanability." Here are some helpful tips: 1. Place just below your identification header [your hame, address, phone, email address] any Conditional Warning Statement such as "Confidential Resume,"Do Not Contact Current Employer," etc. 2. Always fill-in an Objectives category [just below the Conditional Warning Statement] and make sure that he Objective will contribute to the profitability of your future employer; 3. Select a mono-type font such as Helvetica, Arial, Courier or Times Roman; do not select any cursive handwriting styles which cannot scanned; 4. Keep font sizes within a range of 10 to 12 pts.; 5. Avoid styling text with a justified alignment, keep it flushed left; 6. Instead of using tabs to set up blocked text entries, generate a table and use the column and row settings accordingly; 7. Do not place an i.d. picture anywhere on the resume, this is a major taboo due to discrimination issues; 8. Do not place any graphic text [saved as .gifs] onto the resume since it may be overlooked during the scanning phase; 9. List at the very end of the resume your interests which should include travel experiences, language skills, social interactions such as golf, team sports, tennis, etc. In conclusion, the above helpful hints were designed to allow ease of scanning of your resume into PDF which can then be text captured for seach purposes by your potential employer. If the original resume was created in Word, WordPerfect or Mac Appleworks, it can be Saved As a PDF file which then can be saved as an email attachment. Otherwise, you can simply use a scanner and scan a hard copy of the resume and then save as a PDF file. Failure to conform the resume to appropriate fonts and styles as outlined above will result in rejection of the resume simply due to the inability of the scanning device to properly index relevant resume entries. Good luck!
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