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Before you submit your resume, you should be sure it is the best it can be and shows your strengths. Our resume experts have reviewed this Gaming Slot Auditor resume sample to look for mistakes and show you here how to avoid these mistakes in your own resume.
Use the proper tense when describing job experience
Unless you are describing the responsibilities and contributions you make in your current job, the experiences you list on your resume should all be in the past tense. WRONG: · Calculating Meters · Viewing and Editing Meters · Preparing Paperwork for collectors · Interacting with collectors, Accounts Payable, General Ledger, vault RIGHT: · Calculated meters · Viewed and edited meters · Prepared paperwork for collectors · Interacted with collectors, accounts payable, general ledger, vault Double-check your resume to be sure the proper verb tense is used in each bullet point. Only use the present tense if you are describing the job you currently hold.
Work Experience section should be more than merely a job description
Make each bullet point in your work experience a strong concise statement that shows off your skills and accomplishments in each job you have held. You want to make sure that the experience section showcases what you did, how you did it and the major accomplishments of your contributions in your previous jobs. WRONG: Revenue Auditor 03/1998 to 12/2006 M&K Enterprises Las Vegas, NV
RIGHT: Revenue Auditor 03/1998 to 12/2006 M&K Enterprises Las Vegas, NV
The second example shows how a few tweaks can make each bullet point highlight your strengths and accomplishments rather than simply describing duties of the job. Aim for five to eight bullet points per job. Any fewer and the job will look skimpy, while any more will not necessarily serve to enhance your image with the hiring managers.
Proof-read the resume for errors in grammar and sentence structure
The summary section in this Gaming Slot Auditor sample resume has multiple errors in grammar and sentence structure. Some sentences are fragments and others are run-ons or missing important words to help the paragraph make sense. It can help to read the entire resume aloud to be certain you catch any errors. WRONG: I am a hard worker and team player. My goal is to grow and to learn new aspects in my accounting career.I would like to advance in my career and help the company to grow and to be there best and give the best service. I have experience in Revenue Audit for the past 6 years I have worked as a Slot Auditor. I have worked with a electronic slot system. My responsibilities were viewing meters entering locations into system. Balancing dispensers (safes) making sure paper work balanced and our customer received there proper payment. Working closely with Account Payable and General Ledger providing information for there balancing during the month as well as closing the month. RIGHT: I am a hard worker and team player. My goal is to grow and to learn new aspects in my accounting career. I would like to advance in my career and help the company to grow through my best service. I have experience in revenue audit for the past six years I have worked as a slot auditor. I have worked with an electronic slot system. My responsibilities were viewing meters, entering locations into the system, balancing dispensers (safes), making sure paperwork balanced, and ensured our customers received their proper payment. One of my responsibilities was to work closely with Accounts Payable and General Ledger providing information needed for balancing ledgers and preparing monthly reports. Some of the edits include ensuring proper word usage in words like there versus their, and adding commas to separate items in a series or a list. Avoid using bold and italics for emphasis. It is better to let the words themselves provide emphasis. Put your best self forward as you apply for a new job by making sure your resume is error-free and adequately represents your strengths as a candidate. Dont forget that you can use QuintCareer’s Resume Builder to help you craft an outstanding resume.