Apr 22, 2019 - 06:05 PM
When writing your professional summary consider the positions where you have worked and the impact of your efforts. It is a good idea to include a strong example with a positive outcome right in the summary to grab the reader's attention. The top 1/3 of the resume is prime real estate. You want to make a strong statement right up front to establish the tone for the rest of the document.
Consider the operations work you have done. You might also want to review some descriptions of work you find online. You might also do research on operations management best practices to help you. The most important thing is to highlight your skills and provide a compelling look at the successes you've had (preferably, quantifiable ones). If you add information about how your efforts made a positive impact for a business with a corresponding example and outcome, your summary will be strong, and will immediately tell the reader that you can do the same in a new organization.
Apr 12, 2019 - 05:02 PM
The right combination of skills establishes value to hiring managers and shows that you are a capable leader and problem-solver. Use your objective statement to highlight your talents and experiences.
Here are some tips on how to write a great summary statement. And here is an article on how to write the skills section of an Operations Manager Resume.