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 used this template and got 3 phone interviews within the first week. I was then able to take those skills and apply them to a variety of jobs. I’m still in the process of job hunting but I know with my experience I can beat out other candidates.
It’s so simple, yet packs a punch. It not only gets the interview, but it gets the job. The first paragraph is what most people see. It’s the first thing they read. It’s the first impression, before the resume even starts. It’s the dumbest, most cliché thing you can possibly write.
It’s so simple, yet it will allow you to grab attention from any employer.
It’s simple, easy to understand, and guarantees an immediate end to your search for a job. 99% of people who apply for a job never even get a chance to show what they can do because the resume they submitted was a head-scratcher from the get-go. Your resume should be something you can read comfortably by yourself.
Up until now, I was shooting myself in the foot by making resumes with too much text and not enough information. Now, I can simply list everything there is to know about me in a few short sentences. This also allows me to add more white space and make my resume fit more of a page. The only down side to this is that it leaves me with less space to put my achievements and key skills.
I had to change careers from engineering to accounting almost immediately after getting my degree in engineering. I did not want to be an engineer for very long, and therefore, decided to go for a master of business administration, or business analytics, or business management. I had no idea what I was doing. I knew I was taking the first step in something good and meaningful, something that would change my life forever.
I had a hunch that a resume with a mix of a few different styles would be good for me since I’ve applied for a few different positions using a similar style of resume. It has paid off! I’m not sure if it’s possible to see how my resume changes when I apply to positions with it, but I hope I can find a way to get a copy of it and do that.
It saves me tile space, it’s simple and clean, and it’s organized well. The only thing I would change is the opening profile statement. I would imagine that’s where I find the most writing and proof-reading so I try to find ways to cut down on it.
It is a clean, simple template that properly and concisely covers the key areas. It is extremely well organized. It is specific to the job you are applying for. It is simple to understand. It is hard to mess it up. It has the HR person’s name at the top.
I’m not sure if I should add a cover letter at the beginning (this is a resume for a sales position). I’ve tried using it for jobs I previously applied to but never got a call back.