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Tips: How to write an effective resume

Resume tips for various professionals/functions: Accounting   Admin   Airlines   Banking   Biotechnology   Engineering   Finance   Financial Services   Fresher   HR   Insurance   IT   Logistics/SCM   Marketing   Medical   Pharma   Retail   R&D   Sales

What makes a resume effective? The effective resume is strong in content, focus, structure and design.

Content: Include all relevant details but exclude all extraneous data.

Focus: Aim everywhere and you will get nowhere. So choose carefully and focus determinedly.

Structure: Exhibit all the details of your career compactly, in logical order and with apt emphasis.

Design: The design and presentation aspects of the resume includes selection of font size, font type, paragraph style...

Your resume will be read by a real flesh and blood person like you and me; so ensure that your resume is coherent, credible, personalized and also interesting.

Purpose of the resume

The purpose of the resume is two-fold - winning the interview and helping you through the interview.

Many clients ask me if my resume would get them their dream job. My answer is always negative, because that is not the purpose of the resume.

The resume is a sales document that introduces you to your prospective employer in a manner that convinces him to have a discussion with you to consider the chances of an association. Two, the resume helps you to refer to specifics that you do not have to memorize for the interview.

After all, the interview is not an examination, but a discussion.

Target of the resume

This is the most important and difficult question you have to face before preparing your resume. The easiest answer is to just progress with your existing career track. But just ask yourself these questions before you proceed.

Why are you seeking this change now? What are those things that you have liked and disliked in your career. In what areas have you been able to excel? What have you enjoyed doing? What do you really want from your career?

When you have found these answers, try to do an extensive research on industries, organizations and roles that could employ your skill set to produce a win-win situation.

This could be fun and the discovery of new avenues might be a joy as well.

Focus of the Resume

Once you have arrived at the choice of your target profile, maintaining the focus throughout the resume is important.

If your choice is more than one industry or one function, try to evaluate your skills required for each of them. Are they the same? If not, how would the same resume justify your candidature for all of them.

Your marketing skills might not be relevant to the operations role you are applying to; so the HR Manager might not simply care for the successful branding campaigns you have steered!

Customization of the resume to portray you as the best choice for the role is as important as the selection of role itself.

You would not want to miss out on that chance just because your resume did not present yourselves appropriately!

Format of the Resume

Many of my clients wonder if my resume would comply with international standards. There are no strict rules in relation to the format of a resume unless otherwise mentioned. For example, some North American companies might ask for a 1-page resume or some Middle Eastern companies might insist on including your picture.

The best format for your resume is the one that captures all important information regarding your candidature and presents it attractively. By attractively, I mean the selection of font size, font type, paragraph style etc. to present information clearly. Using headers and bullets will help form a clear and readable structure.

Exhibit all the details of your career compactly, in logical order and with apt emphasis. The document should be presented unambiguously and with utmost clarity. Remember we are fighting the odd statistics of our resume grabbing attention in 10 seconds or lesser and escaping the fate of the other 90% resumes that made to the trash!

Length of the Resume

There are not standard rules regarding the length of the resume, unless otherwise mentioned. Most US companies and many academic admissions insist on a 1-page resume.

It is the choice of your role and the content that goes into the resume that decides the length. You might come across the resume of a two decade experienced professional's resume that might be shorter than another with a decade of work experience. The former might have worked only for a single company while the latter has five different assignments to talk about.

All said and done, success is when the resume wins us the interview. My advice - keep it short - let it be the summary of your life and not a biography.

Content of the Resume

Include all relevant details but exclude all extraneous data - that's the thumb rule.

If you feel that a specific activity of your initiative has yielded expected results but have not been appreciated by he management - do not refrain from including the information in the resume. This might talk about certain skills of yours which cannot be substantiated in other ways.

Do not forget to mention the basics - justification of your candidature - describe your career and skills rightly.

If you have doubtful information, do not include them. Your technical profile would look definitely better with your expert areas than the skills you are not sure of. Your sole representative and advocate is the resume. So, make your communication concise, precise and effective.

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How to write an effective resume - your questions answered at our FAQ on resume writing...

Resume tips for various professionals/functions: Accounting   Admin   Airlines   Banking   Biotechnology   Engineering   Finance   Financial Services   Fresher   HR   Insurance   IT   Logistics/SCM   Marketing   Medical   Pharma   Retail   R&D   Sales

Resume for Accounting Professionals

Target Roles: Accountant, Accounting Clerk, Accounting Supervisor, Accounts Assistant, Accounts Executive, Accounts Manager, Audit Manager, Book Keeper, Chartered Accountant, Chief Accountant, Commercial Executive, Commercial Manager, Company Secretary, Cost Accountant, Credit/Control Executive, Credit / Control Manager, External Auditor, GM - Accounts, GM - Audit, GM - Regulations, Graduate Management Trainee, Graduate Trainee, Head - Accounts, Head - Audit, Head - Regulations, ICWA, Import/Export Accounting, Internal Auditor, Management Trainee, Taxation - Manager, Taxation (Direct) Manager, Taxation (Indirect) Manager, Treasury Manager, VP-Accounts, VP - Audit or VP - Regulations.

You need to clearly and convincingly state and substantiate your candidature for the position. It could be your flair for numbers, your passion for the subject, your meticulous approach, your data handling capability or your coordination skills -  whatever be the reason that sets you apart from your peers and is your biggest reason for pursing a career in accounting needs mention in the resume. Do not forget to include your area of expertise - taxation, audit, book keeping, cost accountancy - backed with your experience or potential for the same.

Resume for Administration Professionals

Target Roles: Admin Executive, Admin Manager, Event Planning, Executive Secretary, Facilities Executive, Facilities Manager, Front Office Executive, GM - Admin, GM - Facilities, Graduate Trainee - Admin, Head - Admin, Head - Facilities, Management Trainee, Office Management, Office Secretary, Office Services, Receptionist, Staff Amenities, Supplies Coordinator, VP - Admin, VP - Facilities.

You need to clearly and convincingly state and substantiate your candidature for the position. It could be your ability for organizing, your capacity for coordination, your flawless delivery track record or your unambiguous communication skills - whatever be the reason that sets you apart from your peers and is your biggest reason for pursing a career in administration needs mention in the resume. Do not forget to include your area of expertise backed with your experience or potential for the same.

Resume for Airlines Professionals

Target Roles: Air Hostess, Aviation Engineer, Branch Head, Branch Manager, Business Development Manager, Cabin Crew, Chief Operating Officer, Documentation & VISA, Domestic Travel, Flight Steward, GM - Tour Management, Ground Staff, Head - Tour Management, International Travel, Maintenance Engineer, Management Trainee, Marketing Manager, Office Assistant, Operations Executive, Operations Manager, Pilot, Profit Centre Head, Regional Manager, Reservations, Reservations Executive, Reservations Manager, SBU Head, Ticketing, Tour Management Executive, Tour Management Manager, Tour Operator, Tour Planner, Trainee, Travel, VP - Operations, VP - Tour Management.

You need to clearly and convincingly state and substantiate your candidature for the position. It could be your flair for travel, your acumen for customer service, your exceptionally meticulous approach or your expertise in operations management -  whatever be the reason that sets you apart from your peers and is your biggest reason for pursing a career in airlines needs mention in the resume. Do not forget to include your area of expertise - customer care, marketing, operations, management or engineering - backed with your experience or potential for the same.

Resume for Banking Professionals

Target Roles: Audit, Business Alliances Manager, Business Analyst, Cards Approvals Officer, Cards Operations Executive, Cards Operations Manager, Cards Sales Executive, Cards Sales Officer, Cash Management Operations, Cash Management Services - Head, Cash Management Services - Manager, Collections, Collections Executive, Compliance & Control, Consumer Branch Banking Operations, Corporate Banking, Corporate Banking Branch Head, Corporate Banking Client Servicing Manager, Corporate Banking Credit Analyst, Corporate Banking Credit Head, Corporate Banking Credit Manager, Corporate Banking Customer Support Manager, Corporate Banking Key Account Manager, Corporate Banking Relationship Executive, Credit Analysis, Credit Approval, Credit Research Analyst, General Manager - Risks, Graduate Trainee, Investment Banking, Investment Banking Corporate Advisory Manager, Investment Banking Debt Analyst, Investment Banking Equity Analyst, Investment Banking Equity Manager, Investment Banking IPO Manager, Investment Banking Issues Manager, Investment Banking Mergers & Acquisitions Analyst, Investment Banking Mergers & Acquisitions Manager, Investment Banking Project Finance Manager, Management Trainee, Merchant Acquisition Executive, Phone Banking Officer, Private Banking, Product Manager - Cards, Relationship Manager, Retail/Personal Banking Asset Documentation Executive, Retail/Personal Banking Asset Documentation Manager, Retail/Personal Banking Asset Operations Executive, Retail/Personal Banking Asset Operations Manager, Retail/Personal Banking Branch Manager, Retail/Personal Banking Collections Manager, Retail/Personal Banking Collections Officer, Retail/Personal Banking Credit Officer, Retail/Personal Banking CRM Executive, Retail/Personal Banking Customer Service Executive, Retail/Personal Banking Customer Service Manager, Retail/Personal Banking Internet Banking Executive, Retail/Personal Banking National Head, Retail/Personal Banking Phone Banking Executive, Retail/Personal Banking Product Manager - Auto Loans, Retail/Personal Banking Product Manager - Home Loans, Retail/Personal Banking Regional Manager, Retail/Personal Banking Sales Officer, Retail Banking, Trade Finance - Head or Trade Finance Manager.

You need to clearly and convincingly state and substantiate your candidature for the position. It could be your customer service record, your ability for solution selling, your capability for product development  or your passion for numbers -  whatever be the reason that sets you apart from your peers and is your biggest reason for pursing a career in banking needs mention in the resume. Do not forget to include your area of expertise - investments, operations, equity, customer service, cash management, loans, wealth management, compliance, risk management, trade finance, credit cards, relationship management, audit, M&A, collections, industry analysis or P&E - backed with your experience or potential for the same.

Resume for Biotechnology Professionals

Target Roles: Analytical Chemistry Scientist, Basic Research Scientist, Chemical Research Scientist, Chemist, Clinical Research Associate, Clinical Research Officer, Clinical Research Scientist, Data Management, Documentation, Drug Regulatory Director, Executive - Production, Executive - Quality Assurance, Formula Development, Formulation Scientist, General Manager - R&D, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), Head - Engineering, Instrumentation Executive, Instrumentation Manager, Manufacturing Chemist, Medical Advisor, Medical Representative, Medical Writing, Microbiologist, Pharmaceutical Research Scientist, Pharmacist, Product Manager, Production Officer, Quality Assurance - Manager, Quality Assurance - Senior Manager, Quality Control - Manager, Quality Control - Senior Manager, Regulatory Affairs Manager, Research Associate, Research Scientist, Safety, Health & Environment Executive, Safety, Health & Environment Manager or Vice President - R&D.

You need to clearly and convincingly state and substantiate your candidature for the position. It could be your fascination for biotechnology, your meticulous laboratory skills, your inquisitive nature, your acumen for research, your non-compromising approach towards quality or your relentlessness -  whatever be the reason that sets you apart from your peers and is your biggest reason for pursing a career in biotechnology needs mention in the resume. Do not forget to include your area of expertise - research, documentation, quality, microbiology, pharmacy, health & safety - backed with your experience or potential for the same.

Resume for Engineering Professionals

Target Roles: Aeronautical Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Agricultural Engineering, Aquatic and Environmental Engineering, Architectural Engineering, AstroEngineering, Audio Engineering, Automation Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Biochemical Engineering, BioEngineering, Biomechanical Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Bioresource Engineering, Broadcast Engineering, Ceramics Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Civionics Engineering, Collaborative Engineering, Communication Engineering, Computer Engineering, Computer Science Engineering, Construction Engineering, Construction Management, Design Engineering, Earthquake Engineering, Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Engineering Management, Engineering Physics, Engineering Science, Engineering Technology, Environmental Engineering, Exploratory Engineering, Facilities Engineering, Fluids Engineering, Food Engineering, Forensic Electrical Engineering, Forensic Engineering, Forensic Materials Engineering, Forensic Software Engineering, Genetic Engineering, Geological Engineering, Geomatics Engineering, Geospatial Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Information Technology Engineering, Instrumentation Engineering, Kansei Engineering, Logistic Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Marine Engineering, Materials Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering, Microfactory Engineering, Mineral Engineering, Mining Engineering, Molecular Engineering, Municipal or Urban Engineering, Naval Architecture, Nuclear Engineering, Ocean Engineering, Offshore Engineering, Optical Engineering, Packaging Engineering, Paper Engineering, Patent Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Plastics Engineering, Power Engineering, Production Engineering, Railway Systems Engineering, Rehabilitation Engineering, Reservoir Engineering, Sales Process Engineering, Sanitary Engineering, Software Engineering, Specialty Engineering, Subsurface Engineering, Support Engineering, Surface Engineering, Sustainable Engineering, Systems Engineering, Telecommunications Engineering, Textile Engineering, Vacuum Engineering or Wind Engineering.

You need to clearly and convincingly state and substantiate your candidature for the position. It could be your process orientation, your exceptional analytical skills, your inquisitive nature or your organized approach -  whatever be the reason that sets you apart from your peers and is your biggest reason for pursing a career in engineering needs mention in the resume. Do not forget to include your area of expertise - civil, mechanical, electrical, communications, instrumentation, aeronautical, IT, electronics, biotechnology, marine, textile, chemical, mining - backed with your experience or potential for the same.

Resume for Finance Professionals

Target Roles: Budgeting Executive, Budgeting Manager, Business Analyst, Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Corporate Finance, Finance Assistant, Finance Executive, Financial Analyst, Financial Controller, Finance Manager, Financial Services, General Manager - Finance, Graduate Management Trainee - Finance, Graduate Trainee - Finance, Head - Finance, Management Trainee - Finance, Securities - Dealing & Trading, Securities - Equities/Capital Markets, Securities - Fund Management, Treasury or VP - Finance.

You need to clearly and convincingly state and substantiate your candidature for the position. It could be your fascination for finance, your exceptional analytical skills, your passion for the function or your acumen for strategy -  whatever be the reason that sets you apart from your peers and is your biggest reason for pursing a career in finance needs mention in the resume. Do not forget to include your area of expertise - budgeting, corporate finance, securities, analysis, fund management or treasury - backed with your experience or potential for the same.

Resume for Financial Services Professionals

Target Roles: Advisory, Asset Operations, Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Chartered Accountant, Derivatives Analyst, Equity Research Analyst, Graduate Management Trainee, Graduate Trainee, Hedge Fund Analyst, Investment Advisor, M & A Advisor, Management Trainee, Mutual Fund Analyst, Portfolio Manager, Profit Centre Head, Ratings Analyst, Relationship Manager, Risk Analyst, Risk Manager, Security Research Analyst, Small Business Unit (SBU) Head, Stock Broker, Trader or Trading Advisor.

You need to clearly and convincingly state and substantiate your candidature for the position. It could be your fascination for the function, your exceptional product knowledge, your proficient consulting ability or your organized approach -  whatever be the reason that sets you apart from your peers and is your biggest reason for pursing a career in financial services needs mention in the resume. Do not forget to include your area of expertise - equity, derivatives, trading, risk, M&A, asset or mutual funds - backed with your experience or potential for the same.

Resume for Freshers

You could be a Fresher with a graduate or post graduate in Arts, Business, Commerce, Computers, Engineering, Geography, Law, Medicine or Science discipline. Unlike your experienced job seeking  counterparts, you have a more difficult task of selling yourself as you would be facing stiff competition everywhere. Your competitors could be from similar academic backgrounds, have shared similar curricula and ventured into similar projects.

Hence a resume is much more important for a fresher; you would have to explicitly mention your target industry, your reasons for choosing the same and above all, the reasons why a prospective employer should short list you. You are likely to create an interest and impact on the reader of your resume if you can describe your competencies, potential for the position and the value addition you would be able to bring it to the organization. "Hardworking" and "Dedicated" are not selling attributes but traits that are mandatory,  think beyond the expected!

Resume for Human Resource (HR) Professionals

Target Roles: Compensation Executive, Compensation Head, Compensation Manager, Compensation/Payroll, Employee Relations, Executive Search, General Manager - HR, General Manager - Recruitment, General Manager - Training & Development, Head - Recruitment, Head - Training & Development, Head - HR, HR Director, HR Executive, HR Manager, Industrial Relations Manager, Industrial/Labour Relations, Labour Relations Manager, Payroll Executive, Payroll Head, Payroll Manager, Performance Management, Performance Management Manager, Personnel Manager, Recruiter, Recruitment, Recruitment Executive, Recruitment Head, Recruitment Manager, Training & Development, Training & Development - Manager, Training & Development Executive, Training Manager, Vice President - HR, Vice President - Recruitment or Vice President - Training & Development.

You need to clearly and convincingly state and substantiate your candidature for the position. It could be your people skills, acumen for problem solving, your capacity for coordination or your unambiguous communication skills -  whatever be the reason that sets you apart from your peers and is your biggest reason for pursing a career in HR needs mention in the resume. Do not forget to include your area of expertise - recruitment, training & development, performance management, industrial/labor relations, compensation - backed with your experience or potential for the same.

Resume for Information Technology (IT) Professionals

Target Roles: Configuration Management, CRM Functional Consultant, CRM Support Engineer, CRM Technical Consultant, Database Administration, Database Architect, ecommerce, EDA VLSI ASIC Design, EDP MIS, Embedded Technologies, ERP CRM, ERP Functional Consultant, ERP Support Engineer, ERP Technical Consultant, GM Quality, Graphic Designing, Infrastructure Management, Internet Technologies, Legacy Systems, Mainframe, Maintenance Engineering, Module Leader, Software Testing, Subject Matter Expert, IT Support, System Administration, System Analyst, System Architect, System Programming, System Security, Team Leader, Technical Architect, Technical Leader, Technical Support Engineer, Technical Writing or VP Quality.

You need to clearly and convincingly state and substantiate your candidature for the position. It could be your technical skills, team management capabilities, your flair for technology or your acumen for understanding business requirements -  whatever be the reason that sets you apart from your peers and is your biggest reason for pursing a career in IT needs mention in the resume. Do not forget to include your area of expertise - development, support, testing, consulting, project management, service delivery, quality, business analysis - backed with your experience or potential for the same.

Resume for Insurance Professionals

Target Roles: Actuary Manager, Agency Manager, Bancassurance Executive, Bancassurance Manager, Branch Head, Branch Manager, Broker, Business Development Manager, Chief Operating Officer, Claims Manager, Head - General Insurance, Head - Life Insurance, Head - Underwriting, Insurance Advisor, Insurance Agent, Insurance Analyst, Management Trainee, Operations Executive, Operations Manager, Product Manager, Regional Manager, Relationship Manager, Sales Head, Sales Manager, Trainee, Underwriter, Unit Manager or Vice President (VP) Operations.

You need to clearly and convincingly state and substantiate your candidature for the position. It could be your exceptional product knowledge, your leadership skills, your flair for consulting or understanding of the industry -  whatever be the reason that sets you apart from your peers and is your biggest reason for pursing a career in insurance needs mention in the resume. Do not forget to include your area of expertise - operations, recruitment, product development, training, sales, underwriting - backed with your experience or potential for the same.

Resume for Logistics/SCM Professionals

Target Roles: Commercial - Manager, Couriers, Credit Control Manager, Customs, Distribution, Distribution Head, E-procurement, Fleet Management, Fleet Supervisor, Freight Forwarders, GM - Commercial, GM - Logistics, GM - Purchase, GM - SCM, Graduate Trainee, Head - Commercial, Head - SCM, Head Logistics, Head Material Management, Import/Export, Inventory Control Manager, Inventory Materials Manager, Key Accounts Manager, Logistics Coordinator, Logistics Executive, Logistics Manager, Management Trainee, Material Management, Material Management Executive, Material Management Manager, Material Management - GM, Material Management - Head, Packaging, Profit Centre Head, Purchase, Purchase - Head, Purchase Coordinator, Purchase Executive, Purchase Manager, Purchase Officer, Regional Credit Controller , Regional Supply Manager, SBU Head, SCM Manager, Shipping, Shipping Supervisor, Sourcing, Store Keeper, Supply Specialist, Transportation Supervisor, Vendor Development Manager, VP - Commercial, VP - Logistics, VP - SCM, VP - Purchase, Warehousing, Warehouse Assistant or Warehouse Manager.

You need to clearly and convincingly state and substantiate your candidature for the position. It could be your organizational skills, your meticulous approach, your process orientation, your resourcefulness or your track record at cost effectiveness -  whatever be the reason that sets you apart from your peers and is your biggest reason for pursing a career in logistics/SCM needs mention in the resume. Do not forget to include your area of expertise - inventory management, purchase, vendor management, sourcing, warehousing - backed with your experience or potential for the same.

Resume for Marketing Professionals

Target Roles: Brand Manager, Business Alliances Manager, Business Analyst, Business Consultant, Corporate Communication Executive, Corporate Communications Manager, Direct Marketing Executive, Direct Marketing Manager, Executive - Internet Marketing, General Manager - Business Alliances, General Manager - Client Servicing, General Manager - Market Research, General Manager - Marketing, General Manager - Media Planning, General Manager - PR/Corporate Communication, Head - Business Alliances, Head - Client Servicing, Head - Internet Marketing, Head - Market Research, Head - Marketing, Head - Media Planning, Head - PR / Corporate Communication, Management Trainee, Manager - Internet Marketing, Manager - Media Planning, Market Research - Executive, Market Research - Manager, Marketing Executive, Marketing Manager, Market Research - Field Supervisor, PR & Media Relations Executive, PR & Media Relations Manager, Product Executive, Product Head, Product Manager, Public Relations - Executive, Public Relations - Manager, Telemarketing Executive, Vice President - Business Alliances, Vice President - Client Servicing, Vice President - Market Research, Vice President - Marketing, Vice President - Media Planning or Vice President - PR/Corporate Communication.

You need to clearly and convincingly state and substantiate your candidature for the position. It could be your creativity, your ability to analyze consumer behavioural patterns, your team management capabilities or your flair for design - whatever be the reason that sets you apart from your peers and is your biggest reason for pursing a career in marketing needs mention in the resume. Do not forget to include your area of expertise - product development, internet marketing, branding, PR, client servicing, media planning, corporate communication, campaign management - backed with your experience or potential for the same.

Resume for Medical Professionals

Target Roles: Administration Services, Anaesthetist, Bio Chemist, Cardiologist, Chemist, Chief Medical Officer, Clinical Researcher, Dermatologist, Dietician, Director, ENT Specialist, General Practitioner, Gynaecologist, Head Medical Services, Intern, Lab Staff, Lab Technician, Medical Facilities, Medical Officer, Medical Superintendent, Medical Technician, Nephrologist, Neurologist, Nurse, Nutritionist, Ophthalmologist, Orthopaedist, Paramedic, Pathologist, Paediatrician, Pharmacist, Physiotherapist, Radiologist or Surgeon.

You need to clearly and convincingly state and substantiate your candidature for the position. It could be your patient management approach, your diagnostics skills, your capacity for incessant learning or your social nature - whatever be the reason that sets you apart from your peers and is your biggest reason for pursing a career in Medical, needs mention in the resume. Do not forget to include your area of expertise - Cardiology, Anaesthesiology, Paediatrics, Radiology, Dentistry, Nutrition, Pathology, Surgery, Physiotherapy, Hospital Administration - backed with your experience or potential for the same.

Resume for Pharma Professionals

Target Roles: Analytical Chemistry Scientist, Basic Research Scientist, Bio-Technology Research Scientist, Chemical Research Scientist, Chemist, Clinical Research Associate, Clinical Research Officer, Clinical Research Scientist, Data Management, Documentation, Drug Regulatory Director, Executive - Production, Executive - Quality Assurance, Formula Development, Formulation Scientist, General Manager - R&D, Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP), Head-Engineering, Instrumentation Executive, Instrumentation Manager, Manufacturing Chemist, Medical Advisor, Medical Representative, Medical Writing, Microbiologist, Pharmaceutical Research Scientist, Pharmacist, Product Manager, Production Officer, Quality Assurance - Manager, Quality Assurance - Senior Manager, Quality Control - Manager, Quality Control - Senior Manager, Regulatory Affairs Manager, Research Associate, Research Scientist, Safety, Health & Environment Executive, Safety, Health & Environment Manager or Vice President - R&D.

You need to clearly and convincingly state and substantiate your candidature for the position. It could be your knowledge of the Pharmaceuticals industry, your clinical skills, your organized approach or your scientific acumen - whatever be the reason that sets you apart from your peers and is your biggest reason for pursing a career in Pharma, needs mention in the resume. Do not forget to include your area of expertise - Research & Development, Quality Assurance, Sales, Production, Distribution, Quality Control, Formulation, Instrumentation or Safety - backed with your experience or potential for the same.

Resume for Research & Development (R&D) Professionals

Target Roles: Analytical Chemistry Associate, Analytical Chemistry Manager, Analytical Chemistry Scientist, Bio Informatics Associate, Bio Informatics Scientist, Biochemist, Bio-Statistician, Bio-Tech Research Associate, Bio-Tech Research Manager, Bio-Tech Research Scientist, Chemical Research Associate, Chemical Research Manager, Chemical Research Scientist, Chemist, Clinical Research Associate, Clinical Research Manager, Clinical Research Scientist, Formulation Scientist, Microbiologist, Molecular Biology, Nutritionist, Pharma Informatics Associate, Pharma Informatics Scientist, Pharmacist or Research Scientist.

You need to clearly and convincingly state and substantiate your candidature for the position. It could be your analytical skills, your meticulous approach, your penchant for research or your organized nature - whatever be the reason that sets you apart from your peers and is your biggest reason for pursing a career in Research & Development (R&D), needs mention in the resume. Do not forget to include your area of expertise - Biotechnology, Analytical Chemistry, Clinical Research, Nutrition, Molecular Biology, Formulation, Pharmacy, Bio Informatics, Genetic Engineering - backed with your experience or potential for the same.

Resume for Retail Professionals

Target Roles: Area Manager, Buyer Manager, Chief Operating Officer, Floor Manager, Inventory Control Manager, Loss Prevention Manager, Management Trainee, Merchandiser, Operations Officer, Profit Centre Head, Regional Manager, Retail Store Manager, SBU Head, Sourcing Manager, Trainee, Vice President (VP) Operations or Visual Merchandiser.

You need to clearly and convincingly state and substantiate your candidature for the position. It could be your ability to interact with customers, your eye for detail, your understanding of the retail industry or your capacity for incessant learning - whatever be the reason that sets you apart from your peers and is your biggest reason for pursing a career in Retail, needs mention in the resume. Do not forget to include your area of expertise - Merchandizing, Logistics, Inventory Management, Customer ServiceOperations, Sales - backed with your experience or potential for the same.

Resume for Sales Professionals

Target Roles: Account Executive, Account Manager, Account Servicing, Area Sales Manager, Banquet Sales, Branch Manager, Business Development Executive, Business Development Manager, Channel Sales Manager, Client Servicing, Counter Sales, Customer Service Executive, Customer Service Manager, Customer Service Representative, Customer Support Engineer, Customer Support Manager, Direct Commission Agent, Direct Sales Agent, Distribution Sales Manager, FMCG Sales, General Manager - Sales, Head - Sales, Healthcare Sales, Import/Export Sales, Institutional Sales, International Sales, International Business Development Manager, International Operations Manager, Key Accounts Executive, Key Accounts Manager, Management Trainee, Medical Representative, National Account Manager, National Sales Manager, Real Estate Sales, Regional Sales Manager, Relationship Executive, Relationship Manager, Sales and Marketing Executive, Sales Engineer, Sales Executive, Sales Manager, Sales Promotion Manager, Sales Representative, Sales Trainee, Senior Sales Executive, Senior Sales Manager, Technical Sales, Telemarketing Executive, Telemarketing Manager, Telesales Executive, Telesales Manager, Territory Sales Manager, Vice President - Sales, Vice President - Sales & Marketing or Zonal Sales Manager.

You need to clearly and convincingly state and substantiate your candidature for the position. It could be your consultative selling approach, your relationship management skills, your product knowledge, your customer focus or your capacity to adapt to new markets - whatever be the reason that sets you apart from your peers and is your biggest reason for pursing a career in Sales, needs mention in the resume. Do not forget to include your area of expertise - Solution Sales, Channel Sales, Distribution Management, Customer Support, Institutional Sales, Client Servicing, Account Management, Product Sales, Business Development - backed with your experience or potential for the same.

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