This resume sample for a machinist uses the functional format to show off the job seeker’s set of skills and the types of equipment, tools, and documents he has worked with during his ten years of experience. Let’s take a closer look to see how his resume shines!
About this Resume Sample
A few years ago, Harold (not his real name) decided to go back to school to explore other options for his career. He is now looking for work in his former role as a machinist, to help pay the bills while he thinks about his next career step. He uses the functional format to present his machinist skills and to downplay his recent time at a local college. How does Harold describe his work so that it will appeal to a hiring person?
- His Objective statement is very simple.
- The Highlights section gives a broad overview of what Harold will bring to the job. He describes them in more detail in the next section of his resume.
- He uses three sub-headings to describe his relevant skills and experience. The first skill set provides details about the types of equipment, tools, materials, and documents he has worked with. The second lists the materials he has machined, and third describes in detail a special project that Harold is very proud of!
- In the Education section, Harold lists his four-year apprenticeship, so that the reader known how much training he has received. He also mentions his major at the community college, because it also supports and strengthens Harold’s resume and further shows his interest and study of the type of work he is wanting to do.
Take a closer look at Harold’s resume and see what you can find!
Harold’s Resume Sample for a Machinist
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