Your resume, needs to be clear and succinct, If it is too long, you may not stand out against other candidates. Our rule of thumb is no more than 3 pages for a resume. Start with a brief synopsis of your character, and your key skills such as team player, ability to work within a team but self motivated, keen to learn new skills, flexibility etc. then I would do a brief bullet point list in maybe 2 colums (to save space) of your key clinical skills, eg. venepuncture, cannulation, competent in IV therapy including chemo and blood products, perhaps you could include the type of patients that you have cared for that are relevant to oncology such as acute sepsis, neutrapenic patients.
So to summarise:
- Brief synposis of you and your charater etc.
- bullet points detailing your key clinical skills
- your employment history (from most recent firrst)
- then additional information such as marital status, your health status, any relevant courses that you have undertaken (excluding your nurse training)
if you draft something up I am happy to look at it for you and give further advice. just PM me