In this model curriculum for secretaries, we have focused on the most elementary sections of any curriculum: contact information, work experience, education, and skills. Remember that for any curriculum that prepares, you must keep very present the requirements specified in the job announcement. Look especially software on any name to appear. If, for example, specify knowledge of Excel and Word, it includes these in your resume for automatic filter systems do not ignore your document.
In the case of Isabel, we have included the names of all computer programs you used: Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook and Access. For each of them, we have specified level for which the employer has a better idea of its potential as an ideal candidate. As a final detail worth noting the need to include figures -Average number of calls, emails, etc- long as possible.
Here I present the model curriculum -ficticio- Isabel Garcia, secretary with many years of experience, he hopes to get a new secretarial job because you have moved to another city.
Isabel Garcia, 543 Hope Ave, Hilton Head, NC 98566, (565) 786-9000; email@example.com
Secretary, JP Morgan Chase, Chapel Hill, SC, June 2009- January 2013
Secretary, Chapel Community College, Chapel Hill, SC, May 2007- May 2009
Assistant secretary, mayor of Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, SC, opened in January 2007 2003-
Abbey Community College, Charleston, SC, August 1999- May 2003; Degree in Office Administration
END OF THE CURRICULUM
The curriculum presented here is fictional and just try to guide you in preparing your own. If you have any questions about how to start preparing your own curriculum, any inquiry of the following related articles: common mistakes in your CV, what to include in your resume, how to format your resume.