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    • HOWlO BUILD A RESUME OKLAHOMA NATIONAL GUARD EMPLOYMENT COORDINATION PROGRAM
    • Rose State College Career Services Professional Training Center Phone: (405) 733-7488 E-mail: jobplacementesrose.edu Basic Guidelines for Writing a Resume .:. First and foremost) your resume should include your name) complete address) E-mail address, and the telephone number where you may be reached. If this information is incorrect or has changed, you will never be notified, An employer will not look for you, .:. Ajob objective is next. Avoid being vague, but do not be so specific that you eliminate your chances for other closely related positions. You may prepare more than one resume and tailor your objective to particular job openings. Remember that including an objective isoptional. •:. Your education or training should include names and locations of schools) degrees) certificates or licenses awarded) major area of study) and dates of graduation. Other things may be included such as any scholarships, awards, elected offices) or honors received. •:. Your workexperience should focus on accomplishments, skills and results for full- time, part-time) volunteer work, and lnternships.Be sure to include place of . employment as well as dates of employment (month and year will do), .:. Special Skills should include those activities that relate to the knowledge of computers, foreign language) the position you are applying for) or to job related skills (leadership) organization) etc). DO NOT include personal data) such as age} health status, marital status) or hobbies unless that information is pertinent to the position.
    • "So, Where do IStart?" .:. Take a pencil and paper and make a list of all of the jobs that you have had. •:. Under each job, write a list of duties and skills required to perform those duties. •:. Remember that there are some places to go to help you get started and motivate you to make that first move. Review samples of resumes and cover letters to get ideas. Some sources of help are listed below: - Any person with experience writing resumes and searching for a job. Teachers) counselors) professors, Mends, and parents can all be valuable sources of help. Your library where lists of job titles and skills needed for those jobs can be researched as well as books on resume writing and job searching. For example: Dictionary ofOccupationat Titles; Occupational Outlook Handbook; Knock 'em Deadjob Seekers Handbook; andmanyothers! - The Job Placement and Career Services Office(Student Services Building, Room 106) can help you polish your interviewing skills and prepare an impressive . resume for today's job market. We can also provide lists of corporate and government employers with career opportunities in the area, and lists of resources including books and Web sites to assist you in GETTING AJOBI "How Do IType UpMy Resume?" For a quick resume, pre-formatted resume layouts can be accessed through any Word program available at the Rose State College Learning Resource Center- Computer Center. Youmay access these resume helpers by: .:. Click New on the File Menu .:. Then, in the New Document Task Pane, under Templates, click on MyComputer .:. Click the Other Documents Tab .:. Double-click Resume Wizard and follow the steps in the Resume Wizard .:. Remember that when you have more time) it is often better to not use the Resume Wizard macro as it will allow you more flexibility in the long run. Simply type the whole resume yourself in Microsoft Word. You can then save it and bring it or e-mail it to the Job Placement Officeand we can assist you with wording and appearance.
    • Helpful Tips .:. Do NOT present your resume in first person (I,we). .:. Keep sentences short and punchy, and use action verbs to make your past come . alive. Alist of action verbs has been attached to this packet! .:. Make sure you are consistent throughout your entire resume. Checkyour vocabulary and verb tense as well as any underlined, italicized, or bolded names. If one company name is italicized, make sure all company names are italicized. •:. Avoid exaggerations and flowery terms. •:. Aone page resume is best, two pages for people with highly specialized or extensive experience. Drop offwork experience more than ten years old unless pertinent to the job for which you are applying. •:. Never lie on your resume. Always be ready to back up statements with specific examples. •:. Always use standard letter size, white, cream, 01' neutral colored paper as well as an easy to read Font Style such as Arial or Times New Roman. •:. Proofread, Proofread, Proofread! Have someone else with good grammar and spelling skills review your resume as well. •:+ Always have spare copies ofyour resume and keep it updated.
    • Action Verbs for Resume accomplished contributed forwarded prioritized systemized achieved controlled founded processed tabulated act as coordinated generated produced taught acted corrected guided programmed trained active in corresponded headed up projected translated adapted counseled identified promoted traveled addressed created illustrated proofread trimmed administered critiqued implemented proposed upgraded advanced cut improved provided validated advised decreased increased publicized worked allocated delegated indoctrinated published wrote analyzed demonstrated influenced p1.ll'chased appraised designed informed recommended approved determined initiated reconciled arranged developed innovated recorded articulated devised inspected recruited assembled diagnosed installed reduced assigned directed instituted referred assimilated dispatched instructed regulated assisted distinguished integrated rehabilitated assured ' distributed interpreted remodeled attained diversified interviewed repaired audited documented introduced reported augmented drafted invented represented authored edited investigated researched automated educated launched restored balanced eliminated lectured restructured budgeted enabled led retrieved built encouraged located reversed calculated engineered maintained reviewed catalogued enlisted managed revitalized chaired established mediated saved' clarified evaluated moderated scheduled classified examined monitored schooled coached executed motivated screened collected expanded negotiated set communicated expedited operated shaped compiled explained optimized skilled completed extracted organized solidified composed fabricated originated solved computed facilitated overhauled specified conceptualized familiarized oversaw stimulated conducted fashioned performed streamlined consolidated focused persuaded strengthened consulted follow-up planned summarized contained forecasted prepared supervised contracted formulated presented surveyed
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    • JOHN DOE 3000 Your street • Your Town, Oklahoma73XXX • @gmail.com • 405.XXX.XXXX MANAGEMENT PROFILE Human Resources I Strategic Planning I Key Logistics ~ Recruiting and Staffing I Team Blii/dingand Leadership / Process Improvement Experienced and talented leader leveraging extensive experience across diverse environments to drive organizational success. Proven strength in developing top-performing teams to deliver reliable goal achievement. Conduct comprehensive training and provide support in career development. Adept in overseeing inventory processes, holding bottom line accountability. Excellent communicator, interfacing effectively. with various audiences and providIng key information to management and staff. Consistently acknowledged for exceptional leadership; dedicated to furthering standards of excellence. Hold Top Secret Security Clearance. Aroas of Expertise: • Motivational Leadership • Operations Direction • Inventory Control • Transportation Processes • Information Distribution • Comprehensive Staff Training . • Resource Allocation • Logging and Tracking Programs PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE U.S. ARMY - Stillwater, Oklahoma Staff Officer INational Guard (2/2004 to Present) Hold bottom-line responsibility for goal achievement overseeing team of 38 direct reports and 80 indirect reports in accomplishing both short- and long-term objectives; report directly to senior leadership. Ensure critical accuracy to drive safety; conduct comprehensive training, promoting staff responsibility and dedication. Accountable for extensive equipment inventory including $6M+ in equipment. Develop strategic plans and lead key staff meetings to facilitate streamlined operations. Interface effectively with staff and management to ensure clear direction and foster optimal results within critical timeframes. Mentor junior leaders, utiliZing key understanding of asset limitations and capabilities. + Served two tours overseas, providing outstanding team leadership; developed key tracking programs and received Army Bronze Star in acknowledgement of exceptional performance. and dedication. + Successfully orchestrated key logistics and provided solid gUidance to executive leadership regarding team capabilities and asset status. + Supported executive leadership in assessing possible courses of action, resulting in creation of decision support template. + Consistently facilitated successful completion of strategic support plans prior to execution. + Provided outstanding team leadership; earned excellent evaluations based on top performance. ~KLAHOMA MEPS DEPT. - Oklahoma City, OK Assistant Operations Officer (2/2011 to 7/2011) Facilitate military recruitment; manage individual processing and oversee ceremonial induction. Communicate with young adults across the state regarding career opportunities, and conduct ...conunuoa...
    • JOHN DOE. Page 2 ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery) testing. Oversee operations and contract development, working with all five military branches. Develop time lines; plan school testing and meet with academic leadership. Conduct staff assessments. + Successfully oversaw ASVAB program; supported testing of 15k students and inducted approximately 200 recruits per week. + Held accountability for internal fire escape routes. contributing significantly to safety and efficiency. FOHD AUDIO VIDEO - Oklahoma City, OK Inventory Control (1/2009 to 6/2011) Ensured accurate accounting and reliable availability of comprehensive inventory of required supplies; maintained accountability for $1M+ in parts and equipment. Oversaw appropriate and specific item location, facilitating efficient utilization. Managed logging and tracking; maintained item security. Handled shipping and returns, interfacing with carriers Including UPS and FEDEX. *** ** "''''* ** "''''* AddiUonal oxpenenco as in Domestic and International ShIpping for StillwaterDesigns (2006-2008) as well as CadetOfficer(2002~2003) for the Oklahoma StateUniversity PoliceDepartment, both in stillwater, Oklahoma. EDUCATION AND CREDENTIALS Bachelor of Science in Sociology'" Minor In Military Science OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY - Stillwater, OK Technological Proticiencles: Microsoft Office 0Nord, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)
    • NAME (405)123~4567 joeslluffy@mycmail.tdh EXPERIENCE Angust 2008- prcsent: Signal Support Systems Spccialist: Oklahoma Natiollal Glllll'd: Stillwater, OK Responsible forworkingwith battlefield signal supportsystemsand terminal devices; maintain, install and troubleshoot radio and data distribution systems; perform signalsupportfunctions and technical assistance forcomputersystems; providetechnical assistance and trainingfor localarea networks; maintain equipment, terminaldevices andassigned vehicles and powergenerators. • Duringdeployment to Afghanistan workedas memberof 8 manteam responsible to provideall installation, maintenance, and troubleshooting servicesto 300+ users for all accountsand computersystems, • Responsible for maintenance and accountability of over$1M of computerand IT equipment during deployment • Planned andexecuted the installation and repairsof almost200 switchesand routersand 2 satellitesystems while incountry • Responsible for the installation and maintenance of 50+ vehicle communication systemsto include handheld radios(SlNCGARS and Harris), mobile computertracking systems(Bhle ForceTracker), andantenna systems • Installation and termination ofCAl'5 and CAT5Ecopper cablefor the 300+ personnel at Forward Operating Base (approximately 10,000 feet and 200+ drops) • Responsible for installation and maintenance of the unit's encryption devices(approximately $500,000) to ensurecommunication securityfor theaterwide operations December 2009-Fcbl'unl'Y2011: Proctor: The Contractor School: OKC and Tulsa, OK Responsible forthe installation, maintenance and deployment of 50+computersystems to facilitatetheadministration of required testing to enablecustomers to obtaincertifications inelectrician, HVAC, plumbingand natural gas. • Planned andexecuted all software installations andsetupsforall computersystems • Conducted briefings with customersto cover rulesand regulations of testing; helpedcustomers complete applications for licensing foreach respective technical arena;provided test preparation for customers • Responsible fortesting intwo locations(TulsaandOKC) • Managed logistical equipmentand softwarebetween two locations to meet needs of customers July 2010-February 2011(alld Augnst 2008~March 2009): Grill Chef: City Bites: Edmond, OK: Responsiblefor creatingsignatures sandwiches, potatoesand saladsfor customers. Operate drive-thru and lobbycash registersas needed by takingorders in-storeand over the phone. Febrmll',Y 2007wA))ril2008: Cashien Crest Foods: Edmond, OK: Responsible for maintaining a $1000 - $3000 cash registerwhilescanningand baggingproducts, Assisted customers in finding productsand making sure it is to their satisfaction, EDUCATION~ TRAINING AND CERTIFICATIONS US ARMY, SecretSecurityClearance,validthrough2018 US ARMY, Certification inBasic Bxpcditionary TargetingSystem and SurveillanceCombined (BETSS-C) (essentiallysurveillance system), December2010 US ARMY, ArmySignalCorps School(25U- SignalSupportSystems Specialist),June 2009-0ctobel'2009 EDMOND NORTH HIGH SCHOOL, HighSchoolDiploma, May 2007 REFERENCgS Name, Job Tille (405) 123-4567 Emailaddress
    • John Doe OBJECTIVE 1234 Oklahoma Avenue Oklahoma City, 'OK 73170 (405) 123-4567 john.doe@gmail.com I seek a positionofgreaterresponsibility in a majorcorporation 01' employerin logisticsand/ormanagement. PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY I am a provenManager 'with experience in logistics in the US and Overseas. Battletested trackrecordin managingequipment andpersonnel in extremecircumstance underimmensepressure. Utilizes skillsto analyze) plan) design, coordinate and implement programs / procedures / processesconsistentwith corporateculture, management style and business goals. Knownfor beingfail' and objective inregardsto decisionmaking, in particular, withsubordinate employees. Approachable andpositiveleadership style. Strongcommunications skillsand abilityto meetgivengoals. Compassionate teamplayer. PROFESSIONAL SKILLS ActiveSecret Security Clearance (valid to 5/2015) Intcrmodal Trausportation Administration Public Safety andSecurity Logistics andInventory Management PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Operations Manager Personnel andHuman Services andManagement Customer andPersonal Service Geography ~ Foreign andDomestic Foreign andDomestic Inventory Management Day-to-day Operations Management Manageddailyoperations of 6S Employees; workedsimultaneously as a Supervisor for a subsection of my unit; conducted inventories for over$30 million in stockand inventory; coordinated withDirectorsand Managers to executeover 100resupply missions; movementof myunit fromone area ofthe countryto another. • Directedoperations of a publicsectororganization, oversawservice-providing activities, and interacted directlyand productively withcustomers. • Cooperated on all levelsto developeffectiveinternalprocedures and maintain smoothdaily operations. • Managed staffschedules andworkassignments as wellas conducted staffperformance evaluations. • Planned the use of materials/goods and planned for futurecustomerdemand. Logistics Supervisor Supervised and trained 36 employees who droveover 30,000milesin extremeenvironments; managed over $14 millioninstockand inventory; managed a maintenance program for 30 vehiclesresultingin over90% operational readiness; supported over 600employees by planningand executingover 100deliveriesof over 14,000tonsover suppliesand equipment to variouslocationsthroughout the district; planned and executed over 20 projects includingresponding to equipment failuresand emergencysituation throughout our area of responsibility. . . • Managed logisticssystems, dailyoperations, distribution activitiessuchas planningtruckroutes and determining shippingmethods. • Coordinated activities suchas warehousing, distribution, forecasting, customerserviceand planning servicesfor outbound logistics operations. • Metobjectivesfor productivity, accuracyand timeliness whileensuringcarriercompliance with company policiesand procedures, • Collaborated with otherdepartments to integrate logistics and other business systemsand conferred withmanagersin ordermanagement and shippingand createdpoliciesfor logistics activities.
    • Rose State College Career Services Professional Training Center Phone: (405) 733-7488 E-mail: jobplacementesrose.edu Basic Guidelines for Writing a Resume .:. First and foremost) your resume should include your name) complete address) E-mail address, and the telephone number where you may be reached. If this information is incorrect or has changed, you will never be notified, An employer will not look for you, .:. Ajob objective is next. Avoid being vague, but do not be so specific that you eliminate your chances for other closely related positions. You may prepare more than one resume and tailor your objective to particular job openings. Remember that including an objective isoptional. •:. Your education or training should include names and locations of schools) degrees) certificates or licenses awarded) major area of study) and dates of graduation. Other things may be included such as any scholarships, awards, elected offices) or honors received. •:. Your workexperience should focus on accomplishments, skills and results for full- time, part-time) volunteer work, and lnternships.Be sure to include place of . employment as well as dates of employment (month and year will do), .:. Special Skills should include those activities that relate to the knowledge of computers, foreign language) the position you are applying for) or to job related skills (leadership) organization) etc). DO NOT include personal data) such as age} health status, marital status) or hobbies unless that information is pertinent to the position.
    • "So, Where do IStart?" .:. Take a pencil and paper and make a list of all of the jobs that you have had. •:. Under each job, write a list of duties and skills required to perform those duties. •:. Remember that there are some places to go to help you get started and motivate you to make that first move. Review samples of resumes and cover letters to get ideas. Some sources of help are listed below: - Any person with experience writing resumes and searching for a job. Teachers) counselors) professors, Mends, and parents can all be valuable sources of help. Your library where lists of job titles and skills needed for those jobs can be researched as well as books on resume writing and job searching. For example: Dictionary ofOccupationat Titles; Occupational Outlook Handbook; Knock 'em Deadjob Seekers Handbook; andmanyothers! - The Job Placement and Career Services Office(Student Services Building, Room 106) can help you polish your interviewing skills and prepare an impressive . resume for today's job market. We can also provide lists of corporate and government employers with career opportunities in the area, and lists of resources including books and Web sites to assist you in GETTING AJOBI "How Do IType UpMy Resume?" For a quick resume, pre-formatted resume layouts can be accessed through any Word program available at the Rose State College Learning Resource Center- Computer Center. Youmay access these resume helpers by: .:. Click New on the File Menu .:. Then, in the New Document Task Pane, under Templates, click on MyComputer .:. Click the Other Documents Tab .:. Double-click Resume Wizard and follow the steps in the Resume Wizard .:. Remember that when you have more time) it is often better to not use the Resume Wizard macro as it will allow you more flexibility in the long run. Simply type the whole resume yourself in Microsoft Word. You can then save it and bring it or e-mail it to the Job Placement Officeand we can assist you with wording and appearance.
    • Helpful Tips .:. Do NOT present your resume in first person (I,we). .:. Keep sentences short and punchy, and use action verbs to make your past come . alive. Alist of action verbs has been attached to this packet! .:. Make sure you are consistent throughout your entire resume. Checkyour vocabulary and verb tense as well as any underlined, italicized, or bolded names. If one company name is italicized, make sure all company names are italicized. •:. Avoid exaggerations and flowery terms. •:. Aone page resume is best, two pages for people with highly specialized or extensive experience. Drop offwork experience more than ten years old unless pertinent to the job for which you are applying. •:. Never lie on your resume. Always be ready to back up statements with specific examples. •:. Always use standard letter size, white, cream, 01' neutral colored paper as well as an easy to read Font Style such as Arial or Times New Roman. •:. Proofread, Proofread, Proofread! Have someone else with good grammar and spelling skills review your resume as well. •:+ Always have spare copies ofyour resume and keep it updated.