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Your resume is one of the most important parts of getting a job, and the better it is, the higher your chance of getting a call back. Thankfully, our experts have reviewed this Car Detail Supervisor resume sample and pointed out all the changes that need to be made for it to be in the best possible format. These tips will really help you write your resume.
A summary section should be 4-6 lines and should address an overview of your experience, two or three major skill sets, and some valuable personality traits/soft skills
Your summary should be brief, but it need not stop short. You should talk a little about what makes you a valuable candidate, such as some skills or personality traits. This is the first thing anyone is going to read on your resume, so let it be a preview of some of the most impressive things included below. Eliminate any personal pronouns. WRONG: Summary Hard working detailer who takes pride in her work. Supervised detailing team at a high volume Ford dealership that serviced Florida panhandle and southern Georgia. Very punctual and reliable. Focused on quality and customer satisfaction. RIGHT: Summary Hard working detailer with 8 years experience. Takes pride in doing excellent work. Supervised detailing team at a high volume Ford dealership that serviced Florida panhandle and southern Georgia. Very punctual and reliable. Able to provide detailing for private as well as service vehicles. Focused on quality and customer satisfaction.
Separate your information into appropriate categories
The most effective way to highlight specific skills and personality traits if you have both kinds of points to share would be to separate them into different sections. This will provide even more emphasis on specific points and allow you to start each section with its most important point rather than just carrying on in a long list. Aim for 5-8 bullet points per section. WRONG: Highlights
All lists should be in bullet point format
You should not list your job duties in paragraph form. Bullet points are easier and faster to read and provide a much more organized layout for the document. Lists will emphasize each specific point more effectively while appearing to be longer. Make sure to start each bullet with a strong action verb and end with a period. If the job is current, use present tense when describing it, and if previous, use past tense. WRONG: Rountree Moore dealership January 2010 to Current Detail supervisor Lake City, FL Detailed trade-ins, body shop vehicles, service vehicles and sold units. Checked in new car delivered inventory. Made sure that all cars were maintained and show room ready. Made sure all the customers were satisfied with their detail. Applied simmonize to vehicles. Applied wax and compound to cars when needed. Transported cars between dealerships when requested. Became a supervisor of the Ford dealership. RIGHT: Rountree Moore dealership January 2010 to Current Detail supervisor Lake City, FL
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