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Accounts receivable resumes
You can customize the free resume below for your needs.

Accounts receivable resumes tips:

This free sample of resume will give you some tips and techniques in setting up an
effective resume for your job application. The resume template will help you in
preparing a strong resume and getting your desired position.

Types of Accounts receivable resumes

You can use types of resume as follows:

• Accounts receivable vice president
• Accounts receivable director
• Accounts receivable manager
• Accounts receivable assistant
• Accounts receivable officer
• Accounts receivable coordinator
• Accounts receivable clerk
• Accounts receivable associate
• Accounts receivable executive
• Accounts receivable supervisor
• Accounts receivable specialist
• Accounts receivable consultant
• Accounts receivable agent
• Accounts receivable leader
• Accounts receivable controller

Key contents of a resume

1. Heading

Head your resume with this information:
    Your full name.
    Phone number(s).
    E-mail address(es).
    Mailing addresses.
    Website URL? Social networking site? Do you blog, post comments online?

2. Objective
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Your objective tells a prospective employer the type of work you are currently
pursuing. The rest of your resume should be designed to most effectively support your
objective.

3. Education

Your education section should almost always immediately follow the objective
statement. This is because your education is your most recent significant
accomplishment and is usually related to your objective.

4. Experience

If at all possible, use relevant experience to support your objective. This experience
can be paid or unpaid, an internship or a substantial class project, volunteer positions,
or positions held in clubs, etc.

5. Skills

Almost every resume should include a skills section. The heading might simply read
"Skills," and include a list of various skills, including computer skills, laboratory
skills, foreign language skills, etc.

6. Certifications / Licensure

If you have a certification or licensure (i.e., teaching certification, Engineer in
Training, CPR, etc.) which is relevant to your career objective, include a
"Certifications" or "Licensure" heading and give this information.

7. References

On a resume, it is completely unnecessary to state "references available upon
request." Most employers assume this. If you are developing a curriculum vita, also
commonly used for positions in academia, it is common to include references on
curriculum vitae.

8. Interests

For graduate students pursuing positions in academia, and for some other career
fields, your curriculum vita would include teaching and research interests.




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