1234 ABC Dr. Happyland US, 12345
Cell: (999) 555-1234 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
(not all inclusive, add and remove things as they apply)
Highly focused, motivated, and committed professional
(state any certs that you hold that were SPECIFICALLY asked for in job posting)
Passionate about providing patient-focused care in compliance with standards of care.
Self-motivated and able to work independently as well as part of a team.
CLINICAL EXPERIENCE/ PRACTICUM
These experiences provided the opportunity to strengthen my acquired fundamental skills to provide appropriate and accurate care to my patients. I built upon my assessment, planning and evaluation skills of general patient data. Coordinated care planning based on prioritization, delegation, acuity level and available resources to promptly carry out physician orders. Skills implemented, while following standard precautions, included medication administration, wound assessments and dressing changes, IV initiation, catheter insertion/removal, head to toe/focused assessments, patient teaching and therapeutic communication.
Practium Hospital, city state
8th floor Orthopedics (120 Clinical hours) Fall 2012
Clinical Rotations, hospital, city state
(Under clinical instructor supervision) Fall 2010- Spring 2011
- Med Surg/ Telemetry -CCU - Emergency Department
- Labor and Delivery - Postpartum - NICU
- Surgical - Mental Health
(word these bullets how you please, I didn't do the jobs so I don't have very many suggestions, just think about what you did and figure what would transfer to the job your applying for i.e. customer service can relate to patient care, if you were the safety rep you can use that, think of all the extra "hats" you have wore (especially in the army))
03/2008- 12/2010 Accountant Clerk
Securely processed and prepared checks and monies for accurate bank deposits
Corresponded with team members to complete daily duties in a timely manner
Provided excellent customer service and critical thinking skills to provide an optimal outcome
United States Army
5/2004- 9/2007 Unit Supply Specialist
Skilled in the areas of accountability, supply management and customer service.
Delegated tasks, instructed and supervised company employees.
Evaluated information obtained to determine the needs of the company.
Associate of Science in Nursing Degree, completion date-December 2012 (your not expected you WILL graduate show confidence)
Happyville High School
High School Diploma May 2004
Pediatric Abusive Head Trauma
FEMA: ICS-100, ICS-200 for Health Care/Hospitals, IS-00700.a NIMS
American Nurse Association (ANA)
National Student Association (NSA)
Kentucky Association of Nursing Students (KANS)
If you want to keep this format this is how I would go, but I also suggest you look at whats called a "combination resume". Its very similar to what you have here but think of it as a 2 part resume. Your SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS tells them what makes you qualified, and your EXPERIENCE or RELEVANT SKILLS contains the situations that prove your qualified (EXPERIENCE is different from WORK HISTORY) A combination resume will allow you to not focus so much on the specific duties of previous jobs and focus more on the skills you have obtained.
If I have confused you here is an example,
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS:
- Maintain current ABC DEF and GHI qualifications
- Passionate, caring professional with a "patient first, patient always" mentality
- etc. etc.
- Volunteered over 200 hours last year with organizations such as American red cross etc.
- Add as many bullets as you need in these areas
- Ensured the sanitation of dormitory buildings, keeping over 750 soldiers safe and healthy
- etc etc etc.
then work experience but it would just include the company name, your position, dates worked and maybe address. Then include the rest of what is on your other resume like your education, certs, professional affiliations, etc.
These are just suggestions, remember to make sure the resume reflects YOU so when your being interviewed, they don't see a different person on paper than who's in the chair in front of them.