Administration Resume Samples

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Administration Resume Tips

A administration resume must present information quickly, clearly, and in a way that makes your experience relevant to the position in question. That means condensing your information down to its most powerful form. The following are a few useful tips to be kept in mind while designing a administration resume.

Focus on the following areas:

  • Skills
  • Areas of expertise
  • Certifications
  • Accomplishments

Job Objective:

You need to have a clear job target as you need to develop your administration resume. Create a brief headline that encapsulates your career goal and one or two of your top qualifications.


Summarize your strengths and key qualifications within the top half of the first page of the resumeunder sections like "Professional Profile" and the "Areas of Expertise" listing keywords that are pertinent to your career choice. Also include your industry certifications and licenses.

Emphasise your accomplishments:

Describe your basic job responsibilities, followed by a bulleted list of accomplishments. Show quantifiable results of your work.


  • Adapt your resume for the specific position for which you are applying.
  • Demonstrate your strengths in the resume through job experiences, academic background, or volunteer/community activities. Always put your best selling points first.
  • Do not misrepresent yourself or exaggerate, employers do check information.
  • Keep it short, concise, and clear.
  • Make it easy to read. Avoid a cluttered look. Leave spaces between sections. Use headings to organize the details.
  • Eliminate irrelevant information and re-write until you think it is succinct and accurate.
  • Instead of long, dense paragraphs distill the matter by creating bulleted, indented, focused statements. Short, powerful lines show the reader, in a glance, exactly why they should keep reading.
  • Connect your skills to your job history.
  • Use the Keywords pertinent to your job profile.

Try to use Action Verbs when constructing your statements :

Action Verbs