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Career advice featured in – Forbes, Glassdoor, Reader's Digest, MarketWatch, The CheatSheet
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Recruiters are tasked with sourcing the very best candidates for companies and a good first impression is vital. Your resume should include your recruiting accomplishments, strongest qualities, and skills to show hiring managers you have what it takes. Highlighting abilities in recruitment programs, processes, and policy adherence will showcase your overall abilities in the field.

Expert Tip

You should never use a creative resume


Many job seekers think that an eye-catching resume template will help them stand out to hiring managers and increase their chances of landing an interview. This is a myth put out by resume builders that value design over content.


The truth is that most hiring managers prefer a traditional resume format.


Creative resume templates, like the one pictured here, can actually hurt your chances of landing an interview. Instead, you should use a basic resume format that quickly communicates your basic information and qualifications–like the one included below.

Recruiter resume (text format)

How confident are you feeling about your resume? If you need more help, you can always refer to the following resume sample for a position.

Name

Title

City, State or Country if international

Phone | Email

LinkedIn URL



RECRUITER PROFESSIONAL


Accomplished, integrity-driven Recruiter highly regarded for managing large-scale corporate initiatives to maximize revenue for industry leaders. A proven leader with strengths in communication, team leadership and cultivating business partnerships to successfully develop and execute effective strategies that achieve organizational goals. Proven ability to partner with management to improve employee productivity and retention rates. Strategic thinker, self-motivated professional able to manage several tasks and perform under pressure in fast-paced, deadline-focused environments.



CORE COMPETENCIES

  • Business Partner

  • Employee Retention

  • Performance Management

  • Relationship Building

  • Human Resources

  • Screening Techniques

  • Strategic Recruiting

  • Onboarding

  • Project Management

  • Social Networking

  • Negotiation

  • Training and Development

  • Talent Management

  • Talent Acquisition



PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE


Recruiter

Company | Location | Year to Year

Responsibilities

  • Developed, executed and continuously managed innovative sourcing strategies to create and maintain a steady pipeline of passive candidates for hard to fill positions

  • Utilized Social Networking / Social Media Recruiting, database mining and advanced Internet search techniques to discover a hidden candidate pool

  • Developed and implemented recruiting strategies and sourcing techniques to target and hire candidates, drive traffic to company careers page, advertise openings, evangelize company culture and broadcast corporate message.

  • Identified potential candidates through the use of Boolean searches, user groups, social networking, candidate referrals, networking, web sourcing and utilizing our ATS.

  • Collaborated with recruiting professionals and managers to schedule phone interviews, in-person meetings, and implement new employee orientations.

  • Developed low-cost recruiting techniques to save thousands annually and fill very hard to find positions: achieved a 100% retention rate over a 2-year time period

  • Screened, interviewed and negotiated offers with potential employees: able to source independently and find outstanding candidates for each open position

  • Partnered with company managers in numerous departments to develop ways to improve client satisfaction and customer service which resulted in an increase of re-signing contracts/retention by over 45%


Office Manager

Company | Location | Year to Year

Responsibilities

  • Handled complex problems and worked with customers to ensure all discrepancies are resolved quickly.

  • Listened to the client/customer and analyzed the problem to offer a prompt resolution. This sustained client/customer loyalty and business.

  • Maintained detailed records of billing through reconciliation processes.

  • Ensured the office was always working at top productivity – managed all mailing and shipping needs, office supplies, filing, and scanning, while guaranteeing top-level customer service at all times.

  • Collaborated with peers on complex administrative projects to exceed all expectations and deliver projects on time.

  • Maintained calendar for coordinating schedules, arranging consultations and scheduling appointments.

  • Captured and entered confidential information into specific files and forms from recorded material.

  • Functioned as bookkeeper, posting all expenses, handled bank deposits, and reconciled all quarterly reports.

  • Recognized as a leader with strengths in project management, administration, marketing and business development.


Customer Service Representative

Company | Location | Year to Year

Responsibilities

  • Achieved excellent results by up selling products and services while setting up new service plans.

  • Provided additional cross-functional assistance in other departments, helping customers while up selling other products and services.

  • Provide exceptional customer service while assisting and interacting with clients, building key relationships and ensuring top level service to continue corporate growth and increase revenue streams

  • Provided exceptional customer service in busy, fast-paced environment while efficiently checking out customers.

  • Assisted customers with any inquiries and worked within a cohesive team environment.

  • Worked within a team to maximize store productivity.

  • Supervise all departments, maintaining the health and safety of all staff and customers, managing large groups of casual and part-time employees and delegating tasks to night fill staff.

  • Develop improved procedures for the opening and closing of the store at the beginning and end of each day.



EDUCATION

 

Complete School Name, City, St/Country: List Graduation Years If Within the Last Ten Years
Complete Degree Name (Candidate) – Major (GPA: List if over 3.3)

  • Relevant Coursework: List coursework taken (even include those you are planning on taking)

  • Awards/Honors: List any awards, honors or big achievements

  • Clubs/Activities: List clubs and activities in which you participated

  • Relevant Projects: List 2-3 projects you have worked on


Everything you need to write your recruiter resume

 Now that you’ve seen an example of a job winning Recruiter resume, here are some tips to help you write your own. You should always begin with a summary section. Remember to use basic formatting with clear section headings and a traditional layout. Finally, be sure to include top skills throughout your resume. We’ve included several examples common for Recruiter below.

Let’s start with your resume summary section.

1. Summary

 The resume summary replaces the out-of-date resume objective. A summary outlines the most impressive parts of your resume for easy recall by your potential employer, while also serving to fill in personal qualities that may not appear elsewhere on the page. Remember that summaries are short and consist of pithy sentence fragments! You can check out the Recruiter resume example for more information!

Expert Tip

Always start with your most recent positions at the top of your resume. This is called reverse-chronological format, and keeps your most relevant information easy for hiring managers to review.

2. Formatting

Our experts recommend you start your resume with a resume summary, like the one above. Other common sections are Work Experience, Education, and either Skills or Core Competencies. Here are some guides from our blog to help you write these sections:

Some resumes will include other sections, such as  or . When it comes to what sections you need to include on your resume, you will know best!

Other sections for you to consider including are foreign language skills, awards and honors, certifications, and speaking engagements. These could all be relevant sections for your resume.

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3. Appropriate skills

  • Business Partner

  • Employee Retention

  • Performance Management

  • Relationship Building

  • Human Resources

  • Screening Techniques

  • Strategic Recruiting

  • Onboarding

  • Project Management

  • Social Networking

  • Negotiation

  • Training and Development

  • Talent Management

  • Talent Acquisition

  • Quality Sourcing

  • Strategic Planning

  • Program Management

  • Full Lifecycle Recruitment

4. Experience section

Your Work Experience section should make up the bulk of your resume. This section should include your relevant job titles, companies that employed you, and the dates you were employed.

To demonstrate how to write an effective Work Experience section for your resume, let's dissect two bullet points from the example above. • Developed, executed and continuously managed innovative sourcing strategies to create and maintain a steady pipeline of passive candidates for hard to fill positions This bullet is strong because it shows you can maintain an active pipeline while crafting new strategies to source quality candidates. • Developed low-cost recruiting techniques to save thousands annually and fill very hard to find positions: achieved a 100% retention rate over a 2-year time period This bullet has a measurable (100%) and shows you can fill hard to positions.

Let’s wrap it up!

Standout resumes will include a resume summary, a traditional reverse-chronological layout, and the skills and experience relevant to your job target. This resume example shows how to include those elements on a page. It’s up to you to insert your personal compelling qualifications.

Keep your resume format easy to scan by both humans and computers; our resume template is designed by our experts to satisfy both audiences. And be sure to include your own skills, achievements, and experiences. Job-winning resumes are resumes that successfully market you, leading recruiters and hiring managers to want to learn more!

Finally, emphasize your interest with a customized cover letter. When writing, remember that the resume and cover letter should support each other. Check out our cover letter tips and examples for more advice.

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