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Help with a Resume Please!!! :0)

Posted by on Mar. 4, 2012 at 10:24 PM
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if anyone can please look over my moms resume and tell me how it looks. I am helping her out and want to know if they looks good. Thanks


Experience

South End Community Health Center 2001-Present

  • Prepare and provide medical records

  • Handle confidential files

  • File lab and hospital reports daily

  • Purge medical records in designated locations yearly

  • Assist people to fill out release of information

  • Track all medical releases and new patients

  • Scan and copy medical records

  • Answering the phone

Primerica Financial Services 2001-2001

  • Customer Service

  • Answering the phone

  • Filing, Copying and Faxing

    The Athletes Foot 1998-2001

  • Cashier

  • Opened and closed store

  • Handled large amounts of money

  • Managed the accounts payable

Education

Oficina Hispana 1991-1992

Vocational Training

American College 1978-1980

Business Secretary

Juan Rios Serpa High School 1975-1978

High School Diploma

Skills

Fluent in Spanish and English. Proficient with the computer.

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mommy092011
by on Mar. 4, 2012 at 11:11 PM
Looks good to me
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Coffee247Needed
by on Mar. 4, 2012 at 11:31 PM

Usually it is best to list your education first and then your skills and work experience. Also try to use energetic descriptors for the items that you list under each job, such as Accurately Prepared and Provided Medical Records based on current policy, or Happily Answered customer questions and concerns by phone. Something like that, it's hard to do but if you can come up with those types of descriptors they never fail. Otherwise it looks wonderful! Tell your mom Good Luck in her Searching!

tjuhmylove
by on Mar. 4, 2012 at 11:36 PM

thanks she is actually applying for another position where she is currently working at :0)

Quoting Coffee247Needed:

Usually it is best to list your education first and then your skills and work experience. Also try to use energetic descriptors for the items that you list under each job, such as Accurately Prepared and Provided Medical Records based on current policy, or Happily Answered customer questions and concerns by phone. Something like that, it's hard to do but if you can come up with those types of descriptors they never fail. Otherwise it looks wonderful! Tell your mom Good Luck in her Searching!


mypbandj
by on Mar. 5, 2012 at 1:16 AM
When I look at resumes I am mostly looking for typos and detail oriented errors. I don't care what they put 1st or last as long as it looks like they have a sense of order. Having experience in the field she's applying for is important but assuming that's the case, focus on the little details.
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