When starting to search for a new job the first thing you should really do is update your Veterinary resume so we have provided you with some hints and tips to present yourself in the best possible way to a future employer.
The MUST HAVEs for your Veterinary Resume
There are a few distinct rules when compiling your resume and the below are the basic starting details ..
- These need to be up-to-date and include all your most recent accreditations including your licensing by state
- This must include all positions of note. If you’re a Graduate adding any portions you help whilst at college will help your application. So, if you worked in a bar whilst studying it is important to add this to your resume as you could highlight team working, communication, and possibly management experience
- Make sure you do not shy away from highlighting all your key accomplishments on your resume as they are going to make you shine above your competition
- Checking your spelling, punctuation, and grammar is a key area to concentrate on. Getting a friend, family member, or one of our team to review your resume before you send it out is a great idea as nothing is worse than a typo or spelling error
Successful Veterinary Resume format
Your Resume must be clear, concise, easy to read.
The main fields you need to show are..
- Contact details
- Personal Statement
- Key attributes, skills, and areas of responsibility
- Work History
- Qualifications and education
- Personal attributes
Want access to a more detailed Veterinary Resume Guide?
If you are looking for more information on how to clearly structure your Resume our ‘Effective Resume Content Guide’ has been collated using knowledge and experience from our recruitment consultants, who have over 20 years of combined experience in recruiting in the Veterinary marketplace.