Have you recently completed your phlebotomy training that consisted of both a mix of classroom education and clinical training? Did you work hard and study thoroughly in order to earn your phlebotomy certification? Of course, now it is time find a job! In order to secure employment, it is important that you craft a concise and effective resume. Let’s take a look at some resume tips you should consider in order to maximize the effectiveness of your job search.
It is important that you really sell yourself vigorously and forcefully through your resume. This means highlighting your training, certification status, skills, accomplishments and awards. It is important that your resume is clean and not packed with clutter. Consider using bullet points and remember to list items such as your education and training in chronological order. In order to really craft a cohesive and well-organized resume, it is critical to begin with a well-written objective because everything else will come naturally. In order to be viewed as a professional, use the proper tense, which should be the present tense for any current job and past tense for past jobs. It is important that prospective employers view you as being a confident phlebotomist candidate when reading your resume, but do be careful and avoid exaggerating and stretching the truth. If you do stretch the truth, you will create false expectations that you cannot live up to.
Since you are applying for phlebotomy jobs, make sure that your work experience in the field, education, clinical training and certification are all very clearly marked on your resume. This is the red meat area that prospective employers will look at when making hiring decisions. You may find it in your best interest to stand out from the competition by teaching a phlebotomy training course, which you can then add on your resume.
If you have recently completed your education, training and certification in the field of phlebotomy, it is now time to craft a powerful resume in order to secure employment. It is important that your resume is clean, concise and highlights all your accomplishments and skills. You want prospective employers to see that you are confident, but you also want to make sure you do not stretch the truth and create false expectations.