How To Make Professional Resume By Bally Chohan


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Your resume and covering application
letter has to stand out because it not
only creates the first impression, but tells
them how well you fit their job.

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How To Make Professional Resume By Bally Chohan

  1. 1. Resumes Tricks by Bally Chohan Presented by Bally Chohan
  2. 2. By : Bally Chohan Increase your chances of Success!!!  What is a Résumé???  What is the main purpose of a Resume?
  3. 3. What is a Résumé??? Résumé – A summing up; a summary Essentially it is a sales tool for applicants to put forward their strongest case as to why they are the best for the position. By : Bally Chohan
  4. 4. The Main Purpose of a Resume is to: Get you an interview! By : Bally Chohan
  5. 5. First Impressions Count Your resume and covering application letter has to stand out because it not only creates the first impression, but tells them how well you fit their job. By : Bally Chohan
  6. 6. What do Employers want??? Put yourself in their shoes. Imagine you are the Marketing Manager of the your dream company who has to fill a Marketing Officer position. How would you go about selecting the right person? By : Bally Chohan
  7. 7. - When writing your résumé put yourself in the shoes of the employer and always ensure that you address the requirements. By : Bally Chohan
  8. 8. Skills are much easier to teach than attitudes If you lack exact experience or it is your first job, a potential employer may well be swayed by a show of enthusiasm, high values, flexibility and self- motivation. By : Bally Chohan
  9. 9. An Employer would need to:  Know what is required for the position  Write an advertisement to fit this requirement  Write a job description and a person specification  Shortlist and interview  Ensure person selected fits the requirements specified By : Bally Chohan
  10. 10. When reading a Resume an Employer is looking for proof that an applicant has:  Intelligence  Motivation  Other interests outside work  Stability  Adaptability and Dependency  Appropriate attitudes and values  Leadership potential  Decision making ability  Organisational skills  Effective communication skills By : Bally Chohan
  11. 11. What to leave off a resume?  The major factor that applicants leave off their resumes, which can distinguish them from other applicants, is their achievements.  Never! Never! Never leave achievements off your resume!  If you have written proof of your achievements so much the better. By : Bally Chohan
  12. 12. For Example: • I won the “Employee of the Month” Award for the past three months • Outstanding Academic results – Semester 1 and 2 • Organised our Annual Charity event and raised 200k • Brisbane Grammar School „Certificate of Merit‟ (2011, 2012) • Dean‟s List Award • Netball Finalists 2009 • I have a 6.208 GPA • Developed a company newsletter including writing, editing, and graphic design By : Bally Chohan
  13. 13. Try to keep these elements in mind when writing your resume By : Bally Chohan
  14. 14. Know your Referees Well!  You are usually required to give three referees  Always ask permission before you use someone as a referee  Keep them updated on the progress on your job hunt By : Bally Chohan
  15. 15. Functional Format Resume  This format lists skills and experience under particular categories or headings without specifying when or where these are obtained. Employers and dates of employment are not listed. Personal information need not be included at all.  The Functional format highlights what you are capable of doing. By : Bally Chohan
  16. 16. The Functional Format is Used:  When returning to the workforce after a long break  Lack qualifications or obvious experience  Wanting to emphasise the skills and experience you have  Are Concerned that your age may be a barrier By : Bally Chohan
  17. 17. Chronological Format Resume This lists employers and experience gained in date order. Use when:  You have had a few jobs at a similar level  You want to show progression in a certain field By : Bally Chohan
  18. 18. Resumes for Every Occasion!  Write the resume in away that it is relevant to the role you are applying for.  It is more work but it increases your chances of success.  Keep your resume to four pages. By : Bally Chohan
  19. 19. Resume Writing!  Pick either a Functional or Chronological format.  Find a professional to do it for you  Remember to put yourself into the shoes of the Employer! By : Bally Chohan
  20. 20. Job Hunting made Easy… You should be doing it now! Networking!!! By : Bally Chohan
  21. 21. Should I put these on my Resume?  Age  Arrest record  Marital Status  Marital plans  Citizenship  Date of Birth By : Bally Chohan
  22. 22. We have covered What a Resume is and why it is important? What employers want and how a Resume matches their needs. Two types of Resumes that you can use. The Importance of Referees Job Hunting the Easy Way By : Bally Chohan
  23. 23. Good Luck with the Job Hunting!!! By : Bally Chohan
  24. 24. Any Questions? Visit By : Bally Chohan