Engineering Resume Example:
Want to see a professional resume template for an engineer?
Scroll down to see an engineering resume example, which shows you the resume format we tend to use for a mid-level professional engineer.
Find below an example of a resume for an Automation Engineer.
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- Project Engineers
- Aerospace Engineers
- Biomedical Engineers
- Civil Engineers
- Chemical Engineers
- Construction Engineers
- Electrical Engineers
- Electronics Engineers
- Environmental Engineers
- Industrial Engineers
- Mechanical Engineers
- Software Engineers
- Structural Engineers
So whether you have recently graduated from your Bachelor’s in Engineering, or completed your Masters, MBA or Doctorate in Engineering, Power Resumes have the skills and proven experience to help you secure your next great role.
8 Reasons Why This is a Great Resume.
Professional Resume Writing Services that are focused on helping candidates apply for Australian jobs have a slightly different resume layout than the UK, USA and even Asian job markets.
Here in this resume example, we show the first page of a professional resume and all the key elements that you need to ensure go into your new resume.
8 Resume Writing Tips
- Your Name – Your name should be formatted as to gain attention. You want it to be easily seen, to help you make a positive first impression.
- Your Contact Details – Should indicate your residential address, mobile contact number, email and a LinkedIn button.
- Your Career Goal – should be described by the top 3 job functions or job titles you would like to target.
- Your Summary – a paragraph that describes your skills, knowledge and experience, and entices the reader to learn more.
- Your Expertise Offered – A group of keywords that are as much for the database search engines as for the human eyes that will scan them.
- Notable Career Achievements – Whether its a list of publications, a testimonial, a bar graph or a collage of images, you ensure your key strengths are front and centre in your new professional resume.
- Your Career Highlights – this section lists the most relevant achievements that you can outline to the particular employer you are sending your new professional resume to. This section may be tweaked with each and every job application, especially if you are going for a variety of roles.
- Your Career Snapshot – May be included when you have had a logical and consistent career progression over the last 10 years. This shows you are on a growth path, and every role helps build the skills and expertise for your next exciting job role.
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