How to Write a Sharepoint Resume
There are roughly 80,000 Sharepoints jobs available now - with more than 500,000 qualified Sharepoint professionals across the US.
You don’t want to sell yourself in a competitive landscape like this.
To truly reflect yourself in your resume, you need to write your resume considering what your hiring manager values are.
Catch 22 - Hiring managers rarely share feedback on a resume.
We did the hard work for you. We asked hiring managers on what they valued most in a Sharepoint resume. And, here are the 5 things they recommended to add in a resume.
5 Things That Best SharePoint Resumes Have:
- A resume summary that’s passionate about the job
- A resume experience that’s highly relevant to the role
- A bit of personality via resume certifications and skills sections
- A clean, easy to scan design that values hiring manager’s time
- Overall resume should reflect on the value you deliver, and shouldn’t be indicative of your diverse vocabulary
But, right now, you just have a blank paper ahead of you.
Going from a blank paper to a resume is often the hardest part.
You could stare at a blank resume page for hours, add something and erase it. There comes a time when you just want to get over it, and are no longer writing the resume you actually wanted to.
Not on our watch!
We’ll push you from an empty page to a perfect resume layout ready to be filled in just a matter of seconds.
How to select the best resume layout for your Sharepoint resume
Often a coin flip decides what resume layout you are going to use.
But the process of selecting a resume layout has been perfected years ago. And, it is pretty scientific.
The best Sharepoint resume layout options for you are:
A hybrid resume layout is a bit difficult to get done right if you are using document making tools like MS Word or Google doc. Mainly because you aren’t a designer, and things like resume padding, margin, etc. can be the difference between rejection and an interview.