This candidate has done a great job writing their work experience. It’s structured well and packs a ton of information.
The title is relevant to the job offer.
The candidate opens with the industry they work in to remove all doubts.
Most importantly, they demonstrate commitment and passion to improve the process. They have created value for their employer.
That’s the kind of QA Engineers companies are looking for.
Get this right, and you can expect a phone call very soon.
How to describe your entry-level Quality Engineer experience on the resume
It’s difficult to write about your work experience when you’re still in school or just cleaned out your dorm room.
There’s just not a whole lot to add. Or is there?
Read the job posting carefully and make a note of all requirements - education, engineering aptitude, software use, hard skills, soft and interpersonal skills.
Try to analyze what expectations they have from successful candidates.
Now, work your way through your own skills and experiences and find items which will match the job description.
Focus on them and fill the gaps with additional skills and experience you think are valuable.
That alone, coupled with the tips below, should give you a competitive edge over the rest.
What skills should you include in your quality engineer resume
We already discussed how to position critical skills in every section of your resume.
However, a dedicated skills section helps tracking software scan and validate your resume.
Large organizations which receive thousands of applications frequently employ such tools to remove the ones that don’t match their desired profile.
We’ve added a couple of great quality engineering samples below to help you discover ideas for your own resume.
How to position your tech skills