If you are making a client services coordinator resume, use this sample resume to make the best resume possible. The sample will help you figure out which information you should use and how make your layout. Here is how you to make a resume even stronger than the sample.
The first thing that you need on your resume is a great professional summary. The summary on the sample isnt very strong. It is generalized, and could be used on any resume for any job. Your professional summary should reflect the position that you are applying for. Mention the job that you want to do and how much experience you have doing it. Summarize why you are right for the job and what you can bring to the company. Here is an example. Wrong Summary Achievement driven, flourishes as a team player, constantly willing to learn as a hardworking recent college graduate who is a versatile candidate with two bachelors degrees. Right Summary Achievement driven, client services coordinator with 4 years of experience. Flourishes as a team player. Constantly willing to learn as a hardworking recent college graduate who is a versatile candidate with two bachelors degrees.
Have Great Skills
While the skills listed on this resume are good, there needs to be more about how you work with other people. The skills, team-oriented and outstanding communication skills are both great. 2-5 more of them would be even better. Add some kills about being able to learn quickly, take direction, and being able to lead. Only picking skills that you learn when you learn the job doesnt show your potential employers how you interact with others and behave under pressure.
Use Bullet Lists
Make sure you use bullet lists everywhere except the professional summary. It makes your resume looks clean and easy to read. This sample resume has bullet lists almost everywhere, but theyre missing under the experience section. The experience section is overloaded with hard-to-read information. Here is how the bullet lists could clean it up. Wrong Experience Client Services Coordinator – 03/2014 to Current UL Verification Services – Canton, MA Assist in initiating samples for testing and drafting product evaluation reports for major clients. Communicate with clients and various labs on a daily basis to answer questions and/or concerns. Ensure timely delivery of reports to Clients and follow up to make sure client is satisfied. Experience in numerous fields of product evaluations and testing including foods, OTC drugs, and health & beauty aids for major clients. Effectively multitasking between communicating with team members and clients while initiating samples and drafting/ reviewing reports. Assistant Manager – 05/2012 to 11/2013 Marc Ecko Cut and Sew Right Experience Client Services Coordinator – 03/2014 to Current UL Verification Services – Canton, MA
Assistant Manager – 05/2012 to 11/2013 Marc Ecko Cut and Sew As you can see, the experience is much more clean when it is on the resume with bullet lists. Your potential employers can skim your resume and see exactly what you did at your previous job. The rest of the sample client services coordinator resume looks great. All it needs is a stronger summary, a few more skills, and bullet lists in the experience section. Make sure you do the same when you make your own client services coordinator resume on LiveCareer.