5 Group Vice President Resume Examples

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1.
Relevant Experience
Make sure that the jobs, experience, and accolades that you include are relevant to the position you’re applying for.
2.
The Right Skills
This is a great time to run wild with those keywords from the job description. For example, if they’re looking for someone with experience in Financial Services, be sure to list it in your resume’s skills section.
3.
Quantifiable Achievements
Your workplace accomplishments tell the story of the unique value you bring to an organization. Stay away from dry descriptions of job duties. Use numbers to help contextualize your achievements..
4.
ATS-Friendly
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Donna Johnson
Group Vice President
Employment History
Group Vice President2018 - Present
Macy'sAtlanta, GA
  • Collaborated and influenced the product development of our exclusive Martha Stewart private brand initiative.
  • Direct management responsibility of 117 full-time employees with six direct reports and an annual budget in excess of $20 million.
  • Managed alteration service to ensure adherence to customer service standards, with improved margin.
Vice President2013 - 2018
The Coca-Cola CompanyAtlanta, GA
  • Directed supply chain operations with budgetary oversight of $150MM in largest Business Unit in the Coca Cola Enterprise network.
  • Led multi-year strategic development and deployment of eight sales and marketing websites with a team of nine direct reports.
  • Provided overall program management and led the project management team to implement PeopleSoft Finance and HR systems globally.
  • Worked closely with franchisees to execute business plans and achieve sustainable results.
Business Development Manager2012 - 2013
The Coca-Cola CompanyAtlanta, GA
  • Managed all Hilo Key Account Ad Activity execution.
  • Direct line of communication for each outlet to Coca-Cola s resources.
  • Increased Twitter inbound/outbound engagement and followers by 300% within four-months achieving CPG-category leader status.
Business Development Sales Manager2009 - 2012
StaplesAurora, CO
  • Cut aggregate annualized labor costs by $35M while improving customer service.
  • Assessed needs, presented recommendations, and negotiated mostly with C-Level decision makers in securing 3-5 year partnerships.
  • Streamlined implementation process for new accounts by revamping the implementation checklist.
  • Coordinated all aspects of product marketing for Internet of tings (IoT), asset tracking and fitness product market segments.
Education
Bachelor's Degree In Business1998 - 2001
Colorado Technical UniversityColorado Springs, CO
 
 
Contact Information
Atlanta, GA
(300) 555-7803
djohnson@example.com
Skills
Value Proposition
Business Units
Joint Venture
Due Diligence
Income
Sales Process
Customer Service
Portfolio
Market Research
Sales Activities
 
 
Madison Graham
Group Vice President
Irvine, CA
(450) 555-9754
mgraham@example.com
Skills
HealthcareOversightSQLProceduresOutstanding AccountsRevenue GrowthBusiness DevelopmentCRMCompany StandardsMultiple Accounts
 
 
Employment History
Group Vice President2020 - Present
University of California PressIrvine, CA
  • Managed departments responsible for Program Development, Compliance, Credit Risk, and Learning Management System (LMS).
  • Moderated panel on vendor risk management at 2015 annual CEO Conference.
  • Major Contributions: Fiduciary oversight in excess of $35 million budget.
  • Participated in organizational risk management initiatives.
Vice President, Business Development2019 - 2020
University of California PressIrvine, CA
  • Cultivated and retained existing and new business in healthcare, education, and for building service contractors.
  • Directed a 20 person team consisting of marketing / advertising, product development, pricing and sales.
  • Revitalized lost/old accounts Top closer for new business Researched and proposed Co-op packages to increase customers ROI
Account Executive2017 - 2019
Canon USAIrvine, CA
  • Participated in account development plans for key sales, contract negotiations and prepared sales forecasts to enhance revenue growth.
  • Facilitated internal cross-functional communication to worldwide offices covering customer sales forecasts, factory status, and equipment shipping logistics.
  • Performed Executive Briefings and Account Reviews to primary contacts within key accounts.
  • Perform tasks diligently to ensure regulations are met, effectively managing elite partner accounts.
Account Officer2016 - 2017
City of ChesapeakeSan Diego, CA
  • Revised financial statements for grammatical, computing and typographical errors.
  • Processed approximately between $130 million dollars of financial statements on a monthly basis.
  • Performed accounting activities as required for clients, including payroll and sales taxes.
  • Analyzed and evaluated financial statements; identified outstanding issues; made recommendations for improvements.
  • Managed one client on all billing and collection procedures.
Education
Bachelor's Degree of Business2013 - 2016
Ashford UniversitySan Diego, CA
 
 
Charles Hamilton
Group Vice President
Contact Information
Fort Worth, TX
(840) 555-5935
chamilton@example.com
Skills
  • Revenue Growth
  • Healthcare
  • Cloud
  • New Customers
  • Business Development
  • ROI
  • POS
  • Online
  • Start-Up
  • Sales Process
 
 
Employment History
Group Vice President2017 - Present
American Airlines
Fort Worth, TX
  • Created an integrated five-year planning model (income statement, cash flows and balance sheet).
  • Led AA's Marketing, Customer Service and Operations purchasing & supply chain management functions Key Accomplishments:.
  • hand-picked by the CEO to lead the development and growth of four start-up business units !
  • Managed the new teams through 100% revenue growth within the first year of operation.
Principal2010 - 2017
Bank of America
Fort Worth, TX
  • Executed 2011 YE for co-COO of BAC 2-deep leadership team & design of 2012 performance management process.
  • Led the consumer component of Merrill Edge product development and deployment.
  • Created annual business plan and monitored progress through quarterly review process.
  • Underwrite and present credit requests of Healthcare entities and Healthcare-related organizations up to $125MM.
Business Development Manager2005 - 2010
HP
Plano, TX
  • Spearheaded multiple strategic initiatives and reinvigorated Company's corporate development function.
  • Developed partner business plans and conducted regular status meetings against those plans.
  • Worked to define sales processes and value proposition.
Business Development Sales Manager1991 - 1996
Digital Ally
Parkville, MO
  • Identified and capitalized on opportunities and closed 14 new customers that collectively produced $100K in revenue.
  • Provided FANATICAL SUPPORT throughout the entire sales process.
  • Open new accounts and Create new business opportunities with existing Client companies.
  • Managed team of direct reports who sold HP products and services (Managed Print Solutions) to Fortune 100 companies.
  • Impact Met all sales goals and increased accounts by 150% in a 6 month time period.
Education
Master's Degree of Business1996 - 1997
DeVry University
Oakbrook Terrace, IL
Bachelor's Degree of Management1980 - 1983
Park University
Parkville, MO
 
 
Judy Martin
Group Vice President
Contact Info
Dallas, TX
(690) 555-7148
jmartin@example.com
Skills
Sales Process
Business Development
Cloud
Direct Reports
Sales Activities
Project Management
Email Campaigns
Sales Goals
Account Management
Revenue Growth
Employment History
Group Vice President2019 - Present
Bank of AmericaDallas, TX
  • Reviewed and adjusted credit risk gradings on a monthly/quarterly basis.
  • Delivered regional sales pipeline reporting packages focused on expected client revenue growth.
  • Follow sound risk management protocols and adhere to regulatory requirements in order to protect the firm.
Principal2012 - 2019
Bank of AmericaDallas, TX
  • Developed and executed communication strategies for enterprise-wide Human Resources processes including: Compensation, Payroll, Timekeeping and Information Management.
  • Lead a team of 10 direct reports and 600 employees with a $100M annual operating budget.
  • Program procedures are written or revised to provide requirements for the affected business units that are responsible for compliance.
  • Provide risk management practice and support for strategic initiatives and day to day activities.
Business Development Manager2011 - 2012
HPColorado Springs, CO
  • Ensured customer satisfaction, increasing their software knowledge and usage by driving training business sales.
  • Partnered with the UK sales team to increase growth, while balancing channel and account priorities.
  • Generated $6 million revenue stream: led cross-functional product development team for the material handling market.
  • Determined sales forecasts for proposed new products and justified new product development investments through an IRR and NPV analysis.
  • Established and implemented account management model for top clients to drive improved productivity and satisfaction.
  • Ensured compliance with all software QA best practices.
Business Development Sales Manager1999 - 2002
HPColorado Springs, CO
  • Established and drove business by relationship selling, prospecting/cold calling new accounts, and implementing marketing promotions to incremental accounts.
  • Developed and delivered Cloud Sales and Delivery training to WW internal and partner audience.
  • Develop, drive and own specified retail/indirect sales activities associated with the region's channel strategies and programs.
  • Gained 3% profitability by streamlining team capability on business planning and execution.
  • Researched and created sales tools to support LaserJet business needs.
Education
Master's Degree of Business2002 - 2003
Colorado Technical UniversityColorado Springs, CO
Bachelor's Degree of Business1988 - 1991
Colorado Technical UniversityColorado Springs, CO
 
 
Patrick Simpson
Group Vice President
Phoenix, AZ
(960) 555-0088
psimpson@example.com
Experience
Group Vice President2013 - Present
American ExpressPhoenix, AZ
  • Managed Enterprise Utilities servicing customers in more than 80 countries, including leading solution delivery, business enablement and business development.
  • Established governance process to provide the appropriate oversight and compliance to American Express standards and methodology.
  • Staff of ten across corporate and field channel business development.
  • Delivered strategic recommendations on advertising performance and media placements to improve client ROI.
Finance Vice President2005 - 2013
Bank of AmericaPhoenix, AZ
  • Developed a global team of 33 assocoates responsible for financial governance over Bank of America financial statements.
  • Led financial reviews and analyses of technology business units to identify trends and risk factors affecting division profitability.
  • Project Management mentor, and Six Sigma Mentor.
  • Coordinated all support services (Technology, Operations, Finance, Legal, and Human Resources).
Finance Manager2004 - 2005
Larry H Miller Group of CompaniesPhoenix, AZ
  • Oversee staff scheduling and delegating daily tasks to further business development and increasing customer base.
  • Partnered with business leaders to define and monitor key performance indicators.
  • Provided monthly financial forecasting for operations and transportation functions of the Office Supply and Jan/San business units.
  • Delivered monthly financial performance presentations to England Logistics management and C.R.
Manager, Finance Analysis1993 - 1995
AvnetChandler, AZ
  • Provided financial analysis and project management for new business development initiatives.
  • Facilitated month-end close processes, journal entries and account reconciliations for two folding carton manufacturing facilities.
Skills
HealthcarePortfolioBusiness UnitsRisk ManagementFacilities ManagementRevenue GrowthROIGaapERPOversight
Education
Master's Degree In Business1995 - 1996
Arizona State UniversityPhoenix, AZ
Bachelor's Degree In Business1982 - 1985
American InterContinental UniversityChandler, AZ
 
 
Donna Johnson
Group Vice President
Employment History
Group Vice President2018 - Present
Macy'sAtlanta, GA
  • Collaborated and influenced the product development of our exclusive Martha Stewart private brand initiative.
  • Direct management responsibility of 117 full-time employees with six direct reports and an annual budget in excess of $20 million.
  • Managed alteration service to ensure adherence to customer service standards, with improved margin.
Vice President2013 - 2018
The Coca-Cola CompanyAtlanta, GA
  • Directed supply chain operations with budgetary oversight of $150MM in largest Business Unit in the Coca Cola Enterprise network.
  • Led multi-year strategic development and deployment of eight sales and marketing websites with a team of nine direct reports.
  • Provided overall program management and led the project management team to implement PeopleSoft Finance and HR systems globally.
  • Worked closely with franchisees to execute business plans and achieve sustainable results.
Business Development Manager2012 - 2013
The Coca-Cola CompanyAtlanta, GA
  • Managed all Hilo Key Account Ad Activity execution.
  • Direct line of communication for each outlet to Coca-Cola s resources.
  • Increased Twitter inbound/outbound engagement and followers by 300% within four-months achieving CPG-category leader status.
Business Development Sales Manager2009 - 2012
StaplesAurora, CO
  • Cut aggregate annualized labor costs by $35M while improving customer service.
  • Assessed needs, presented recommendations, and negotiated mostly with C-Level decision makers in securing 3-5 year partnerships.
  • Streamlined implementation process for new accounts by revamping the implementation checklist.
  • Coordinated all aspects of product marketing for Internet of tings (IoT), asset tracking and fitness product market segments.
Education
Bachelor's Degree In Business1998 - 2001
Colorado Technical UniversityColorado Springs, CO
 
 
Contact Information
Atlanta, GA
(300) 555-7803
djohnson@example.com
Skills
Value Proposition
Business Units
Joint Venture
Due Diligence
Income
Sales Process
Customer Service
Portfolio
Market Research
Sales Activities
 
 
Madison Graham
Group Vice President
Irvine, CA
(450) 555-9754
mgraham@example.com
Skills
HealthcareOversightSQLProceduresOutstanding AccountsRevenue GrowthBusiness DevelopmentCRMCompany StandardsMultiple Accounts
 
 
Employment History
Group Vice President2020 - Present
University of California PressIrvine, CA
  • Managed departments responsible for Program Development, Compliance, Credit Risk, and Learning Management System (LMS).
  • Moderated panel on vendor risk management at 2015 annual CEO Conference.
  • Major Contributions: Fiduciary oversight in excess of $35 million budget.
  • Participated in organizational risk management initiatives.
Vice President, Business Development2019 - 2020
University of California PressIrvine, CA
  • Cultivated and retained existing and new business in healthcare, education, and for building service contractors.
  • Directed a 20 person team consisting of marketing / advertising, product development, pricing and sales.
  • Revitalized lost/old accounts Top closer for new business Researched and proposed Co-op packages to increase customers ROI
Account Executive2017 - 2019
Canon USAIrvine, CA
  • Participated in account development plans for key sales, contract negotiations and prepared sales forecasts to enhance revenue growth.
  • Facilitated internal cross-functional communication to worldwide offices covering customer sales forecasts, factory status, and equipment shipping logistics.
  • Performed Executive Briefings and Account Reviews to primary contacts within key accounts.
  • Perform tasks diligently to ensure regulations are met, effectively managing elite partner accounts.
Account Officer2016 - 2017
City of ChesapeakeSan Diego, CA
  • Revised financial statements for grammatical, computing and typographical errors.
  • Processed approximately between $130 million dollars of financial statements on a monthly basis.
  • Performed accounting activities as required for clients, including payroll and sales taxes.
  • Analyzed and evaluated financial statements; identified outstanding issues; made recommendations for improvements.
  • Managed one client on all billing and collection procedures.
Education
Bachelor's Degree of Business2013 - 2016
Ashford UniversitySan Diego, CA
 
 
Charles Hamilton
Group Vice President
Contact Information
Fort Worth, TX
(840) 555-5935
chamilton@example.com
Skills
  • Revenue Growth
  • Healthcare
  • Cloud
  • New Customers
  • Business Development
  • ROI
  • POS
  • Online
  • Start-Up
  • Sales Process
 
 
Employment History
Group Vice President2017 - Present
American Airlines
Fort Worth, TX
  • Created an integrated five-year planning model (income statement, cash flows and balance sheet).
  • Led AA's Marketing, Customer Service and Operations purchasing & supply chain management functions Key Accomplishments:.
  • hand-picked by the CEO to lead the development and growth of four start-up business units !
  • Managed the new teams through 100% revenue growth within the first year of operation.
Principal2010 - 2017
Bank of America
Fort Worth, TX
  • Executed 2011 YE for co-COO of BAC 2-deep leadership team & design of 2012 performance management process.
  • Led the consumer component of Merrill Edge product development and deployment.
  • Created annual business plan and monitored progress through quarterly review process.
  • Underwrite and present credit requests of Healthcare entities and Healthcare-related organizations up to $125MM.
Business Development Manager2005 - 2010
HP
Plano, TX
  • Spearheaded multiple strategic initiatives and reinvigorated Company's corporate development function.
  • Developed partner business plans and conducted regular status meetings against those plans.
  • Worked to define sales processes and value proposition.
Business Development Sales Manager1991 - 1996
Digital Ally
Parkville, MO
  • Identified and capitalized on opportunities and closed 14 new customers that collectively produced $100K in revenue.
  • Provided FANATICAL SUPPORT throughout the entire sales process.
  • Open new accounts and Create new business opportunities with existing Client companies.
  • Managed team of direct reports who sold HP products and services (Managed Print Solutions) to Fortune 100 companies.
  • Impact Met all sales goals and increased accounts by 150% in a 6 month time period.
Education
Master's Degree of Business1996 - 1997
DeVry University
Oakbrook Terrace, IL
Bachelor's Degree of Management1980 - 1983
Park University
Parkville, MO
 
 
Judy Martin
Group Vice President
Contact Info
Dallas, TX
(690) 555-7148
jmartin@example.com
Skills
Sales Process
Business Development
Cloud
Direct Reports
Sales Activities
Project Management
Email Campaigns
Sales Goals
Account Management
Revenue Growth
Employment History
Group Vice President2019 - Present
Bank of AmericaDallas, TX
  • Reviewed and adjusted credit risk gradings on a monthly/quarterly basis.
  • Delivered regional sales pipeline reporting packages focused on expected client revenue growth.
  • Follow sound risk management protocols and adhere to regulatory requirements in order to protect the firm.
Principal2012 - 2019
Bank of AmericaDallas, TX
  • Developed and executed communication strategies for enterprise-wide Human Resources processes including: Compensation, Payroll, Timekeeping and Information Management.
  • Lead a team of 10 direct reports and 600 employees with a $100M annual operating budget.
  • Program procedures are written or revised to provide requirements for the affected business units that are responsible for compliance.
  • Provide risk management practice and support for strategic initiatives and day to day activities.
Business Development Manager2011 - 2012
HPColorado Springs, CO
  • Ensured customer satisfaction, increasing their software knowledge and usage by driving training business sales.
  • Partnered with the UK sales team to increase growth, while balancing channel and account priorities.
  • Generated $6 million revenue stream: led cross-functional product development team for the material handling market.
  • Determined sales forecasts for proposed new products and justified new product development investments through an IRR and NPV analysis.
  • Established and implemented account management model for top clients to drive improved productivity and satisfaction.
  • Ensured compliance with all software QA best practices.
Business Development Sales Manager1999 - 2002
HPColorado Springs, CO
  • Established and drove business by relationship selling, prospecting/cold calling new accounts, and implementing marketing promotions to incremental accounts.
  • Developed and delivered Cloud Sales and Delivery training to WW internal and partner audience.
  • Develop, drive and own specified retail/indirect sales activities associated with the region's channel strategies and programs.
  • Gained 3% profitability by streamlining team capability on business planning and execution.
  • Researched and created sales tools to support LaserJet business needs.
Education
Master's Degree of Business2002 - 2003
Colorado Technical UniversityColorado Springs, CO
Bachelor's Degree of Business1988 - 1991
Colorado Technical UniversityColorado Springs, CO
 

What Should Be Included In A Group Vice President Resume

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1. Add Contact Information To Your Group Vice President Resume

Your name should be the biggest text on the page and be at or near the top of the document.

Your address doesn't need to include your street name or house number - listing your city and state works just fine.

Your email address should be professional, but not your current work email address. It's not a good look to use your work email for personal projects (job-searching).

Your social media can be included if you have a fully-fledged LinkedIn page or another social media page that showcases your relevant skill set.

Group Vice President Resume Contact Information Example #1
DHRUV JOHNSON
d.johnson@email.com | 333-111-2222 | www.linkedin.com/in/dhruv-johnson

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2. Add Your Relevant Education To The Resume

Your resume's education section should include:

  • The name of your school
  • The date you graduated (Month, Year or Year are both appropriate)
  • The name of your degree
If you graduated more than 15 years ago, you should consider dropping your graduation date to avoid age discrimination.

Optional subsections for your education section include:

  • Academic awards (Dean's List, Latin honors, etc. )
  • GPA (if you're a recent graduate and your GPA was 3.5+)
  • Extra certifications
  • Academic projects (thesis, dissertation, etc.)

Other tips to consider when writing your education section include:

  • If you're a recent graduate, you might opt to place your education section above your experience section
  • The more work experience you get, the shorter your education section should be
  • List your education in reverse chronological order, with your most recent and high-ranking degrees first
  • If you haven't graduated yet, you can include "Expected graduation date" to the entry for that school

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Group Vice President Resume Relevant Education Example #1
Master's Degree In Business 2014 - 2016
DeVry University Oakbrook Terrace, IL
Group Vice President Resume Relevant Education Example #2
Master's Degree In Business 2014 - 2016
Colorado Technical University Colorado Springs, CO
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3. Next, Create A Group Vice President Skills Section On Your Resume

Your resume's skills section should include the most important keywords from the job description, as long as you actually have those skills. If you haven't started your job search yet, you can look over resumes to get an idea of what skills are the most important.

Here are some tips to keep in mind when writing your resume's skills section:

  • Include 6-12 skills, in bullet point form
  • List mostly hard skills; soft skills are hard to test
  • Emphasize the skills that are most important for the job
Hard skills are generally more important to hiring managers because they relate to on-the-job knowledge and specific experience with a certain technology or process.

Soft skills are also valuable, as they're highly transferable and make you a great person to work alongside, but they're impossible to prove on a resume.

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4. List Your Group Vice President Experience

The most important part of any resume is the experience section. Recruiters and hiring managers expect to see your experience listed in reverse chronological order, meaning that you should begin with your most recent experience and then work backwards.

Don't just list your job duties below each job entry. Instead, make sure most of your bullet points discuss impressive achievements from your past positions. Whenever you can, use numbers to contextualize your accomplishments for the hiring manager reading your resume.

It's okay if you can't include exact percentages or dollar figures. There's a big difference even between saying "Managed a team of engineers" and "Managed a team of 6 engineers over a 9-month project."

Most importantly, make sure that the experience you include is relevant to the job you're applying for. Use the job description to ensure that each bullet point on your resume is appropriate and helpful.


Work History Example # 1
Administration Vice President (Part-Time)
Eddie Bauer
  • Compiled data and reporting for sales tax, payroll tax, and fuel tax.
  • Directed pricing activities for FFP, FUP, CPAF, and T&M new business and follow-on proposals.
  • Implemented financial reporting packages including monthly statements, weekly flash reports, budgets and presentations to private-equity owners.
  • Ensured payroll forecasting, payroll accountability, and adjusted processes to improve financial performance.
  • Led the recruitment of the new CFO, EVP Sales, Managing Director- Germany, and General Manager- Asia.

Work History Example # 2
Group Vice President
Jo-Ann Stores
  • Developed relationships with commercial banks, investment banks and private equity and opportunity funds.
  • Led business unit with 250 employees and provided firm control of U$175MM marketing, sales and logistics budget.
  • Recruited to plan and implement organizational restructuring that impacted 4500 global team members.
  • Liaised with the SEC, NYSE Regulation, NASD, and FINRA regarding regulation, inquiries and actions.
  • Resulted in the development and implementation of a cost-and time-saving multi-national CRM solution.

Work History Example # 3
Group Vice President
Merrill Co
  • Developed performance metrics, defined staffing needs, and contributed to establishment of remote supervisory procedures and suspicious activity escalation protocols.
  • Resulted in 100% accurate delivery of reports, more transparent process with quicker recovery if an error were to occur.
  • Provided model implementation and support for equity derivatives trading.
  • Supported the firm-wide Business Resumption Initiative by coordinating annual departmental procedures in role as Business Continuity Lead.
  • Served on Management Assessment Center board, Personal Investment Advisory board and coordinated regional portfolio management committee.

Work History Example # 4
Operations Vice President
Chicago Public Library
  • Created reports and presented recommendations to improve operations; established core development standard, policies and procedures and maintained administrative records.
  • Improved disposal of government property procedures, ensured all government property was properly separated and documented for disposal.
  • Provided oversight and guidance while leading a team of 3 employees managing computer equipment valued at $500k.
  • Analyzed results from prior inspections and put in place new procedures directly increasing scores for operational readiness inspections and construction production.
  • Coordinated assignments of dining facility personnel ensuring economical use of food.

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5. Highlight Your Group Vice President Certifications On Resume

Certifications can be a powerful tool to show employers that you know your stuff. If you have any of these certifications, make sure to put them on your group vice president resume:

  1. Project Management Professional (PMP)
  2. Certified Management Accountant (CMA)
  3. Certified Management Executive (CME)
  4. Program Management Professional (PgMP)

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6. Finally, Add A Summary Or Objective Statement

A resume summary statement is a 1-3 sentence spiel at the top of your resume that quickly summarizes who you are and what you have to offer. In this section, include your job title, years of experience (if it's 3+), and an impressive accomplishment, if you have space for it.

Remember to address skills and experiences that are emphasized in the job description.

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