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Hello. I am looking for some constructive feedback on why employers pass my resume by. I am a 27 year old seasoned developer. I don't have trouble finding a full time so much as a part time. What can I do to change this? My Cover Letter (usually): This is in response to a part time VB and .net programmer opportunity I found on your web site. I have extensive experience working with both .NET and relational databases (see my summary of qualifications below). I believe my background and your business needs may be a perfect match. Please review my resume, and feel free to call any time to interview. Thank you for your consideration. Summary of Qualifications: ·SQL Server 2005 ·SQL Reporting Services 2005 ·C#.Net 2005 ·VB.NET 2003 - 2005 ·ASP.NET 2005 ·VB ·VBA ·Extra Attachmate Software ·Microsoft Office Suite ·Computer maintenance and repair ·Lotus Notes ·Agile Development My Resume: OB OBJECTIVE: An entry-level Programming position EDUCATION: Cincinnati State Technical College - Cincinnati, OH Major: Network AdministrationDegree: Associate of Applied Business - AAB Courses Completed: DOS/Windows Operating Systems, Introduction to Computer Applications, Visual Basic WORK HISTORY: Macy’s Credit and Customer Service - Mason, OH December 2007 – Current MCCS Manager/Programmer 1 – Macy’s Systems Team •Develop, test, validate and maintain Industry Standard Professional Applications •Tailor high level articulate reporting •Partner with various customers in a team effort to create business efficient products. •Responsible for driving technically complex, large-scale products from conceptual stages to delivery. May 2006 – December 2007 MCCS Systems Administrator - Fraud Claims •Implement interfaces between systems and troubleshoot problems. •Program applications using various programming standards. •Initiate, participate in and complete special projects that enhance the overall performance of the department. •Provide system support and training to department associates. September 2004 – May 2006 MCCS System Coordinator/Supervisor – Furniture & Bedding Customer Service •Requested and maintained systems access for department associates. •Created and processed weekly and monthly department reports and statistics. •Provided system support and training to department associates. •Created complex Database Applications using Visual Basic. September 2002 – September 2004 MCCS Certified Corporate Trainer – Furniture & Bedding Customer Service •Facilitated training courses and created training materials. •Developed an intranet web site to house all policies and procedures. •Utilized multi-tasking ability to ensure organization at all times, which resulted in a significant decrease in turnover statistics. August 2001 – September 2002 MCCS Phone Associate – Furniture & Bedding Customer Service •Received incoming and made outgoing calls regarding shipping and billing issues while viewing and updating shipment and account information. •Responsible for handling customer inquiries regarding bedding and furniture. •Researched and resolved inquiries via the credit systems and other media to respond to customer requests. SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS ·SQL Server 2005 ·SQL Reporting Services 2005 ·VB.NET 2003 - 2005 ·ASP.NET 2005 ·VB ·VBA ·Extra Attachmate Software ·Microsoft Office Suite ·Computer maintenance and repair ·Lotus Notes ·Agile Development ·Extensive experience with coaching, training, and developing 120 new hire associates. ·C#.Net 2005

Asked By: drock@rocketmail.com - 10/29/2008
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It's not missing anything, however you could stand to cut some stuff out, a resume is only supposed to be 1 page long. First of all, you only need to list your qualifications once, so cut the one in your resume out. Second, only list your two most qualified, recent job positions, they don't need a over view of your... More
Answered By: Smiley - 10/29/2008
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