WHAT DO YOU DO WHEN YOU HAVE TOO MUCH CONTENT FOR YOUR RESUME? EXAMPLE HEALTHCARE PROGRAM MANAGER RESUME
Before & After
Use the slider below to view our stunning before and after transformation of this healthcare program manager resume.
Healthcare Program Manager Resume Project Brief
This healthcare program manager resume is three pages, although the third page is an addendum. While there are no hard and fast rules, unless you are an executive or work in a scientific or technical profession, it is generally a good idea to limit your resume to two pages.
But what if you have more information than will fit on two pages and it is all relevant? One solution is to create an addendum to your resume–a page added to the end of your resume–that can be included when relevant and excluded when it is not. We have used this technique in this resume, with the extra information shown on the third page.
Also notice the use of “testimonials” from past employers in the header of this resume. They are really powerful and serve as reinforcement of this healthcare program manager’s value offering.
The body of the resume focuses on success stories and results. Bolding draws the eye along through the resume in a strategic way and call out boxes highlight the most impressive results.
Some of the accomplishments this client wanted to include in her resume would have resulted in dense, hard-to-read bullets. Instead, we have broken them down into bullets and sub-bullets. That helps to keep it easy to read. As a general rule of thumb, try not to write achievement bullets that are longer than three lines, and one or two are even better.