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If you want to land the RN position of your dreams, you need an amazing resume to send to potential employers. If you aren’t sure what you need to add to your resume, you can use this RN in urology sample resume to get some ideas for yours.
Keep Your Summary Short and Sweet
Every resume needs to have an objective or a professional summary the very top. A professional summary works well, because it summarizes your entire professional career and entices the employers to keep reading. You don’t want your professional summary to be too long. It should start with a title and how much experience you have. This sample says, full-time registered nurse, which is the title. It then says, since 2/2002, which is the experience. Although, saying how many years of experience would be better so the employer doesn’t have to bother doing the math. Listing everywhere you have worked is unnecessary in the professional summary. Just add some key duties you performed, important things you have learned, and some notable accomplishment. It should be able half of the length as the summary in the sample. The summary should also be specific to the job. If you are applying at different places, you should have a different summary for every employer.
Short Bullet Lists
Short bullet lists are important for resumes. It allows the potential employer to find whichever information they want easily by scanning your resume. The skill highlight’s section could use few changes. The lists should be short and to the point. Here is an example: Wrong
The professional experience should have lists, too. It allows you to list what duties you performed at your previous employment. Here is an example of how it should look: Registered Nurse Obtained the position as a nursing coordinator six months following my date of hire: 3/2007 until 12/2011. Performed duties as resource personnel, supervising nursing staff members, conducting employee evaluations, payroll, scheduling, and staff meetings. Resumed position as office staff nurse. Resumed position of office nurse position. Performed duties of clinic nurse, patient treatment procedures and telephone triage nursing. Registered Nurse
Know What’s Important
In the professional experience, it states that the applicant became the nursing coordinator only six months after her hire date. That is something that the hiring manager might find impressive. While the skill highlight’s section says nursing coordinator, the fact that it was six months after being hired should be in the highlight’s section. It shows the employer how impressive you are at the beginning of your resume. With all of the resumes that they obtain, you never know if they’re going to read the entire thing. Don’t save the impressive information for the bottom. Other than the long professional summary and the simple formatting issues, this is a great resume. It will help you understand exactly what you need to add to your resume. Make sure that your resume tells potential employers that you are the only one for the job from the get-go. If you’re ready to make your own resume, use the LiveCareer resume builder to make your own.