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 had gotten the job I wanted with no prior experience, but I had to leave the country where my company was located and move back to my hometown, where I was instantly and unexpectedly unemployed. I tried to get entry level jobs in my field, but no one would even bother calling me.
I have had a few people tell me that it looks good and not too flashy. Another person said that it looked like a college student had designed it. Now, I can tell you that it looks great and is professional, but I was actually designing it myself. You can actually see all the colors and the design if you open your pdf in Adobe Acrobat.
I used the template to create a resume that is 2 pages long. I had to cut out some fat to get it to fit on one page. I also added a skills section that I didn’t have before. I’m looking for a software engineering internship. Thanks for all of you who help.
I used it for 2 years and got a couple of interviews. I’m not sure if the fact that I used it for 2 years is bad. It might be because recruiters tend to have a short attention span. I’m thinking about using a different template for my next job application.
I got a new job within 6 weeks after the resume was done. The main reason I was able to get such a quick interview and get the job was because the salary and job role were significantly higher than any job I’ve ever done before.
I started out by using a template I liked, which was a word wall of sorts. That got me a few interviews, but nothing came of those. Then I decided to try a combination resume, which is exactly what its name suggests. I created a combination resume by combining the word wall with the job descriptions.
I feel like it’s the most professional, and a good portion of the companies that have contacted me have been looking for someone with the same qualifications as me. I’m not sure how many of you know this, but when I applied for my current job, I was in a master’s program. When I graduated, I applied for an accelerated M. A.
I learned ATS was stupid and had no understanding of how to use it. I also learned that if I want an interview, I have to be confident and engage with the person on the phone. I did that, they liked me and that was that. I had a friend who was a recruiter look at it and she said it was good and I should really put more work into it.
I am very proud of it and believe it to be an excellent piece of work. I hope you will grant me the same level of consideration.
I’ve been using the same basic template for years and it’s just gotten me nowhere. I had a friend who was an HR Manager take a look at it and what she said was, “Your resume looks like an advertisement”.