As a recruiter, you know a good resume when you see one. However, when it is time to sit down and write your own resume, it can feel a bit overwhelming, much like a doctor might feel performing a procedure on himself. You know your resume will be scrutinized according to whether it presents well against high expectations usually applied to candidates for other roles.
In order to ensure you exceed quality standards, work to include some often overlooked skills on your resume. These, called soft skills, are attributes more and more organizations are seeking in qualified candidates to differentiate potentially good employees from stellar ones.
Some of these recruiter soft skills include:
Active listening and effective communication
For your best recruiter resume, remember to focus on these softer attributes in combination with the typical quantifiable results and background presented on a resume. Doing so will provide an edge in gaining employment as hiring managers will see you offer quality communication, drive for success, work well as part of a team and hold yourself accountable for work quality.