Resume written for a Vice President of Operations
This example Vice President resume was written for an operations executive with diverse industry experience and an outstanding track record of proven, quantifiable results. Even with all of the shading and the columnar setup of the resume “Challenges” separated from the position “Scope” sections, this resume would likely do well in an ATS system. You may have heard that you should never use tables in a resume that may go through an ATS. This is not necessarily true; you just have to use the tables thoughtfully and with an understanding of how the text will be read into the system.
Allen had an especially long list of accomplishments from his most recent employer. Too many bullets in a row can be overwhelming and hard to read, so rather than just listing them, we broke them up into categories that further showcased his value proposition as a vice president candidate.
More Vice President Resume Writing Tips
We are often asked about the appropriate length for a resume. The answer is that it depends. If you are an experienced candidate and the information you are including in your resume is all relevant and compelling, three pages are perfectly acceptable.
We know it can be tempting to look for resume examples on the internet, then try to model your own after them. Please don’t! The most effective resumes are a reflection of a person, NOT just a collection of words on a piece of paper. Your resume MUST tell an AUTHENTIC and memorable story that illustrates YOUR brand and the unique promise of value that YOU bring to the workplace. We have included examples on our website to illustrate the quality and diversity of our work and they are protected by copyright. If you need help writing your resume, it will be our pleasure to assist you.