All of the following resume samples were written for customer service or customer service related jobs. Some have strong work histories that support their resume objectives, while others have little relevant experience because the job seekers are making career changes.
In these sample resumes you’ll find several that have gaps in employment, concurrent jobs, and unpaid work experience. There are chronological, functional, and combination resume formats. For each resume, you’ll see a short story about the job seeker and a few points that are good to note about that resume.
So browse through these sample resumes to see what tips you can pick up for your own resume.
Take a look at this resume sample: Customer Service / Telemarketing. It’s in the chronological resume format, which is the most common and most preferred format in today’s job search market. See this sample resume.
Here’s a resume sample: customer service job, which was written in the achievement resume format. The achievement format is like a functional format, except it does not have skill headings in the body of the resume. To give you a bit of insight into this resume, we’d like to explain a few points. See this sample resume.
Take a peek at this resume sample: Customer Service (hospitality industry). It is a functional resume, which should be used only for really hard-to-present work histories. Let’s take a close look at this sample resume to see. See this sample resume.
This resume sample for a customer service representative / receptionist job is in the chronological resume format. To help you get the most from this sample resume, there are a few things we’d like to share with you. See this sample resume.
Here’s our resume sample: Sales/Customer Service. It’s in the combination resume format (also called a hybrid resume format). Let’s take a look at what’s special about this resume sample. See this sample resume.
Here’s a good resume sample: Customer Services Assistant / Scheduler at the company where the job seeker currently works. It’s uses the most preferred resume format: the chronological format. Let’s look a little deeper to see what we can learn about how this resume was put together. See this sample resume.