Sample Resume: Chief Information Officer

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Andy Jones 123 Melrose Place, Hollywood, CA 90000 | 310.555.1212 | Dynamic Servant Leader and turnaround specialist offering more than a decade of success in financial services and entertainment. “Andy shifted our paradigm for IT. He transformed the department from a reactive cost center into a strategically aligned profit contributor.” Jed Jenkins, CEO, XYZ Entertainment Credit Union Profile: Information Systems Executive known for implementing state-of-the-art technology-based business applications and customer-friendly mobile apps while reducing costs, boosting employee morale… continue…

Sample Resume: Mobile Device Manager

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Cameron Hodges   000.555.1212 Enterprise Device Administrator Offering the proven ability to devise, implement and manage a mobile operations environment and MDM program, while juggling networking, security and systems administration duties without missing a beat. Experience crafting operating procedures, managing hundreds of employee-owned devices and overseeing third-party service providers, resulting in a highly scalable and secure mobile infrastructure. Key Accomplishments Planned, developed, installed, configured, supported and optimized a mobile infrastructure. Reduced risk through the development and implementation of MDM policies… continue…

Sample Resume: Cloud Administrator

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Jack Thomas 16 B Street Apt.104Phone: 000.555.1212 San Diego, CA 00000Email: | Facebook | Blog | @JackThomas | Podcast Links | Skype | Google+ Cloud Systems Administrator A dynamic professional looking to apply five years of diverse, cutting edge systems administration experience and visionary leadership to the planning, design, development, implementation and technical support of multi-platform, multi-system cloud networks. Areas of Expertise Innovation and Vision Achieved economies of scale and reduced spending on technology infrastructure and staff by… continue…

Sample Resume: Product Manager

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Brett B. Long 3 Any St. Seattle, WA 00000 / 555.1212 / Elite Product Manager and Strategist Creator and guardian of world-class customer experiences that delight CFOs and continually raise the bar on functionality, flow, consistency, usability and simplicity. Over five years’ experience managing the shopping cart and checkout products for a Fortune 500 e-tailer resulting in unparalleled growth in revenue and customers Own the development of the product strategy and vision supported by internal and external analysis Define… continue…

Sample Resume: Electronics Technician

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Sam WilsonElectronics Technician 385 Main St. Greensborough, N.C. ▪ 000.555.1212. ▪ Summary 5 years’ experience supporting engineers by setting up and maintaining electronics testing equipment and test benches reducing downtime by 15 percent. 3 years’ experience connecting RF paths and equipment according to diagrams, troubleshooting RF testing bench issues. 2 years’ experience wiring switch control cards for DC bias. 2 years’ experience tracking testing data, creating graphs and presentations. 4 years’ experience maintaining, repairing, testing and calibrating electronics equipment… continue…

Sample Resume: Help Desk Manager

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DION REYNOLDS 400 Main St., Princeton NJ 00000 | (000) 555.1212 | INNOVATIVE SERVICE DESK LEADER High-performing leader and manager with more than five years’ experience in computer operations and technical support and a passion for customer service. Five years providing tech support to thousands of global users, earning a reputation for productivity, complex problem resolution and professionalism. Three years managing a technically diverse staff through the delivery of a high level, consistent and responsive help desk services. Five… continue…

Sample Resume: IT Manager

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Catherine Banks, MBA 123 Main St. Ames IA 00000 ■ 000.555.1212 ■ IT DIRECTOR ■ IT MANAGER A driving force for corporate and technical transformations Technically proficient, business savvy leader and management professional, offering more than three years of bottom line savings including $2 million through vendor negotiations, $1 million in systems improvements and $2 million in human capital reductions while delivering hundreds of large-scale projects on time and on budget. “Catherine got our IT department back on track… continue…

What to Do When Recruiters Don’t Read Your Resume

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A recruiter calls you up about a Java job, iOS developer position or some other hot, hard to fill IT role. But as you talk, it becomes clear that they’ve given your resume little more than a cursory glance. Sadly you’ve gotten one of the six second resume scans that’s often performed by recruiters wading through a pile of resumes with little time to read each one. Of course, you’d hope that they’d spend a little more effort with the… continue…

Are Traditional Resumes Passé?

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Has social media eliminated the need for the traditional resume? The short answer: Not yet. Although a great majority of companies use platforms such as Twitter or LinkedIn to source candidates, 77 percent always ask for a resume before scheduling an interview and 19 percent request one most of the time, according to a survey by, a pre-employment testing and screening software firm located in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. To be sure, there’s less need for a paper resume nowadays,… continue…

Even Software Wizards’ Resumes Must Focus on Results

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Tech startups continue lean on snazzy titles — guru, rock star, wizard or ninja – in job postings, though these titles might be a means to compensate for lower salaries and small staffs, according to U.K. job site AdZuna. “Startups are usually small companies, so workers are often jacks of all trades,” Gabriel Puliatti, AdZuna country manager for Canada, told the Financial Post. “These companies are trying to separate out the people who like working for smaller companies. They’re saying… continue…