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									NAME

contact number
email

Always make sure a prospective employer and your recruiter can contact
you. An answering machine or voicemail is essential.


EDUCATION

Keep it simple. Include the highest level attained in secondary or tertiary
education, the institution and the year commenced, eg.

XX High School
HSC/VCE
1995

Monash University
B. Commerce
1997

Don’t include vocational training courses here, only major qualifications.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

List vocational courses attended to demonstrate continued learning and
up-skilling. Include course name, institution and the month/year.


PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

Include industry and professional bodies, eg.

Australian Institute of Management
Public Relations Institute of Australia
Australian Marketing Institute


INTERESTS

A resume doesn't provide much insight to you as a person. Listing some
of your interests will.
CAREER STATEMENT


Make sure your career objective and summary aligns with the role for
which you are applying. Do not forward the same resume to every
role...all roles are different with unique requirements so you need to
tailor your resume accordingly. Your statement should be 5-6 lines
highlighting your experience - including level and specific areas of sales or
marketing, the type of businesses and sectors you have worked in and
your key strengths.


KEY COMPETENCIES

List 4-5 key competencies with a 3-4 bullet points under each to describe
your experience. Ensure these are aligned to the role you are applying
for.


CAREER HISTORY

Include work history for at least 10 years using the following format:.

Date (month/year)
Role
Company
Brief snapshot of role purpose and/or background if explanation is
needed. If the company is unknown include 1-2 lines on what the
company does, their location, size etc.

Responsibilities
List in bullet point your key responsibilities. These should be no more
than 6 as an average. This is not a list of everything you do, rather the
most significant or important.


Achievements
List your key achievements and/or milestones you reached during the
tenure of the role. These need to be tangible and specific to demonstrate
your contribution and overall benefit to the business; not what would be
expected from the role. Examples include, special leadership, project
management or change management, cost savings, increased sales,
increased market share, team performance etc.


REFERENCES

Always have your referees up to date. Include their name, role and a
contact number. Referees should be the people you reported to, not a
colleague or peer. If this is not possible then a senior manager who
worked closely with you is acceptable.

								
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