Using the first line of your summary section ONE way of making your objective known . It work really well if you to stay in the same line of.
If you' re making a career change or you' re an entry level job seeker with little experience, then you would be better off using a job objective statement in that case, you might use your first summary statement ti say that you have the skill or knowledge for the job you seek.
The reason some people prefer to the use summary statement to announce their job objective is because many recruiter. So the summary section is a good way round that, as long as you want to say in the same career field.
I would think that would be to secure the position for which you are applying.
In your summary section, you can write about your experience, Credentials, expertise, personal values and works ethics, background or any thing that qualifies you for the job you' re going for. You're free to make claims, drop names, and you are best entice the reader to finishing reading the resume.
you just need to write about how you qualify for the next step in your career your resume job objective.
A results-driven, customer-focused, articulate and analytical Senior Software Engineer who can think “out of the box”. Strong in design and integration problem solving skills. Expert in Java, C#, .NET, and T-SQL with database analysis and design. Skilled in developing business plans, requirements specifications, user documentation.
Strong written and verbal communications. Interested in a challenging technical track career in an application development environment.
- Being first point of call for all IT issues
- Logging faults and managing response times
- Diagnosing and resolving problems efficiently
- Maintaining the integral security of business networks
- Ensuring all hardware operates at its optimum level with latest updates and patches
- Distributing relevant jobs to junior staff members and providi
MANAGEMENT OF ADMINISTRATION
- provide general administrative and clerical support including mailing, scanning, faxing and copying to management
maintain electronic and hard copy filing system
- open, sort and distribute incoming correspondence
perform data entry and scan documents
- manage calendar for Managing Director
- assist in resolving any administrative problems
run company’s errands to post office and office supply store
answer calls from customers regarding their inquiries
- prepare and modify documents including correspondence, reports, drafts, memos and emails
schedule and coordinate meetings, appointments and travel arrangements for Managers
- maintain office supplies for department
SERVICE PROVIDER CONSULTANT
- SWITCHING DEPARTMENT
- WIRELESS DEPARTMENT
- TRANSMISSION DEPARTMENT