Thursday, August 28, 2008

How to write your own resumes for a call center

Like they say "First impression is the best impression", your first impression on the interviewer is your resume(re-syu-may). It not only tells you about your education, work experience etc., but also tells you what kind of a person you are, your attitude. So make your resume look warm, professional and should give the interviewer the feeling that you are very serious about this job. Tailor-make it to meet the company's requirement, it should show you as the best person for the job. Here is a format which you may want to follow -
Personal Information:
  • Your Name
  • Home address
  • Telephone no.
  • Email address

  • Please keep it brief, describe what exactly you want to do and how it suits the job that you are applying for.
Educational qualification
  • Write the degree that you last completed. Also write the name of the institution or university where you completed your degree (or your 12th grade).

Technical skills (if any)
  • Write the technical courses(certifications) you have done .
Work experience
  • Write the latest one first, go backwards and end with your first job. Write the name of the company, the duration(month/year-month/year), your position.
Accomplishments (if any)
  • Write your accomplishments in your previous job. You can also write about your personal accomplishment, provided this helps the company that you are applying for.

Personal details
  • Fathers Name:
  • Date of Birth:
  • Languages known: