How many job titles can one person have?

I was wondering how many job titles one person can have at a job at one time. At my last job of 6 years I was the Program Supervisor and also was the Office Assistant and in charge of Accounts Receivable. My main Title was Program Supervisor but I am trying to get a job in the Administrative field so I want to add Office Assistant and Accounts Receivable to my title on my resume as well. It would look like this: Program Supervisor/Office Assistant/Accounts Receivable So my question is, how many job titles is one allowed to have? What should I do? Any suggestions?

Asked By: dabster - 3/27/2007
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I am a corporate recruiter and I view resumes all day long. My advice to you would be to list your actual title as the heading for that position, but then you should highlight your key competencies at the beginning of the resume. For example, you start out with an objective that reads: Results driven professional... More
Answered By: Costariquena - 3/27/2007
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I say put the most impressive sounding one as your job title, and include a section for "Responsibilities"
Answered By: fitMel - 3/27/2007
When I worked at Bi-Lo a few years back, I had five differant titles.... lol guess it depends on where you work and how many differant jobs you can do.... :o)
Answered By: Missledtngirl - 3/27/2007
I was a rigger, cherry picker operator, foreman, lead off hand, welder, tacker, roustabout, pile driver, lead man, chainsaw hand, firewatch, offshore person at my last job.
Answered By: Exoilfeildtrash - 3/27/2007
you can have as many as you have...if you were working on a resume you should choose the most relevant one to highlight and mention the others in the description...
Answered By: HarryMay - 3/27/2007
You should go with the most impressive sounding title as applicable to where you're applying. That's a pretty good problem to have! Good for you!
Answered By: Kat - 3/27/2007
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