When you’re in healthcare administration, you want the facility that’s reading your resume to think of you as a person who lead both clinical and business professionals – regardless if it’s a hospital, nursing home, or a primary-care medical practice that will be employing you.
In downloading this modernized outline, you’ll be able to put the spotlight on yourself, describe the extent of your medical coding knowledge, mention how proficient you are with electronic medical records, and let the hospital know you’re an upper-management position level candidate.
It’s page color consists of a lightly shaded diagonal brick pattern that goes well with the dark plaid patterned, full sized vertical sidebar divider on the left. Includes 25 icons, 15 images, and a matching cover page.
Headline Creation Tips:
- A resume headline, also known as a resume title, is a short statement that appears at the top of your resume. It is usually a short sentence that describes your experience, qualities and or career goals. Although headlines are often used to describe individual responsibilities, employers also use them to capture the reader’s attention and encourage them to read on.
- When you write your headline, make sure to do so while keeping the same tone and template you used for your resume. Remember that your resume is an overview of your experience, so the resume headline should provide a similar introduction as you use it to explain your qualifications.
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I went with a very simple design to convey my best asset, my simplicity. I used a non-descript typeface for my text and I placed my name and contact info in the center of the page. I even included my address, phone number and email in the header so they know where I’m at (this is highly recommended so your resume doesn’t get lost). All that said, the design is something I’d be comfortable sending to a recruiter or hiring manager.
I have been using a more traditional, bulleted resume for years and it worked great for me. But, I recently had a career-change and I found out how wrong I was. I hate that traditional resume layout.
I was able to fit all the work I did in my previous job (which was a **little** creative) and my current job (which is all business related) into 1.5 pages. I know this is probably a big reason why my resume has been a bit stagnant for a while.
It is extremely clean . You don’t need to put every single job you’ve had on your resume, especially if you’ve had many jobs over the years. A good resume is one that allows you to focus on the details of your work experience and not what you did in college. It is simple to read .
Every single job you apply for will have the exact same text as every other job you apply for. This will save you time, money (in the form of time), and your sanity (in the form of money). #2 – It’s simple, easy to read, and honestIt’s simple. Easy to read.
I had a friend help me re-write my resume and I am extremely happy with the result.
I’m extremely happy with the result. With that being said, I’m not sure if I should share the template or not.
I went from a job that I thought I wouldn’t enjoy to one that I enjoy going to work everyday. I was hired as a general employee and then they decided to hire me specifically for this position. I was originally hired to do painting but they changed my job to administrative assistant. At first I was doing just that but then I started doing more and more data entry because I liked it.
I was tired of seeing mostly blank space on the page. I feel like I am much, much less likely to get passed over for an interview if my resume is mostly blank space. I noticed that I am much, much more likely to get a call back when I submit my resume online.
I’m posting this on behalf of my sister, who has been out of work for some time and who could really use a hand at putting some eyes on her resume. She has not applied for any jobs before, and has not used a resume before.