A recruiter finds qualified candidates for a job opening and works to meet the demands of both the employer and the employee throughout the hiring process.
Roles and Responsibilities
You will need to customize your resume to each specific job that you apply for, so the job titles and the duties you mention in your resume must be relevant for the given position. Although you need to explain your past positions, your resume must provide more than simply a list of your responsibilities.
So let’s see what recruiters look for first on your resume-
Particularly, recruiters are concentrating on an applicant’s most recent job title, company, and durability for 10-20 seconds.
● Job title – to check whether your most recent job matches with the role the recruiter is seeking to fill.
● The company – to check whether your current or previous employer is recognized or a rival, which may give the recruiter a feel of the kind of job an applicant does/did for the business.
● Retention – to determine whether there has been upward mobility over a while at one company, which may be beneficial for the candidate.
Do mention any applicable skills or abilities to get more attention. Your knowledge and talents will be complemented to get the position.
When the recruiter sees at a glance, they are taking count how many skills or must-have skills the candidate has.
In your resume, be careful not to add keywords, talents, or experience that don’t truly represent your abilities as a professional.
Ensure you emphasize relevant educational credentials. Especially when they have been mentioned educational qualifications for the position. Sometimes education counted as a good impression to get the position.
When you have got the information correct, your resume will need to look, feel, and read well if it is going to catch the attention of a recruiter fast and efficiently. To accomplish this, make sure you pay attention to the following points.
● Easy to read
● Relevant language
● Choose a professional font
● Present things in a logical order
● Use bullet points
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