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SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS Communication: Unwavering socioeconomic skills in multifaceted setting Generate correspondence for an in-depth understanding of what is required of myself and departmental needs Disseminate at companies discretion approved prospectuses and mutual fund information Administrative Culture: Proficient time-management assisting management and Financial Advisors Carry out all mass mailings, processing, correspondence, and ordering of supplies Gain a clear understanding of what is expected of me in order to service all clients, management and Financial Advisors to the best of my proven abilities Integrity of Confidentiality: Adhere to all policies and procedures that employer delegate Maintain strict confidence with respect to all materials handled Careful of public disclosure and distribution of materials handled in back office PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE H&R Block (May 2006– Present) (HRBFA) Select Client Group Send Mutual Fund information to clients upon the request of the Financial Advisors Handle incoming mail for processing, UPS shipments and re-ordering of department supplies Follow-up on Bord-restricted accounts so trades can be made successfully Post and deposit all checks into ILX/daily bank run Edison Credit Union (September 2004 – April 2006) Member Service Representative Open new accounts and admit customers to safe deposit boxes Assist marketing manager with marketing strategies/mailings and recruitment Open CD’s and IRA accounts for members and problem resolution Assist teller line with member deposits/withdrawals Commerce Bank (October 2000 – August 2004) Bankcard and Installment Loan(s) Collector Contact delinquent, charge-off, or high-risk customers regarding deficiencies in account balances Train with Quality Assurance manager in telephone productivity Negotiate with customers to establish full balance repayment plans or settlements to cure delinquent accounts Approve payment extensions to customers due to loss of job, illness or death in the family Commercial Credit Administrative Assistant Copy and distribute commercial credit reports to management for approval of pending loans Distribute mail, send and process incoming faxes and copy paperwork for management Prepare board room for upper-management meetings Assist with monthly reporting Teller Promote and maintain positive relations with all contacts, customers and potential customers Involved in ordering, receiving, verifying, and distributing cash Promote the bank's products and services; consistently cross-sells bank products at every opportunity Responsible for opening and closing the vault (dual control) EDUCATION Avila University (August 2006 – Present) Pursuing Business Administration Degree AWARDS, HONORS & ACTIVITIES Dean’s List Recepient Active member assisting the Help’s Ministry at Macedonia Baptist Church Notary Commissioned for the first three post so far I just want to say thank you for being honest about the literature on the question I asked about. It could not be more clear as to what it is that I needed from all of you. I do agree that it is a bit much. I have my original resume but I created this one which is waaaay too much info. I wish I could pick all of you for best answer.

Asked By: RunTellDat - 2/18/2009
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
Wow, I really can't stand this resume. It is simultaneously vague and overly specific, full of laundry lists of disjoint items, it give me no feel at all of who you are and what you are really capable of doing. Please avoid the buzzwords. Nobody knows what YOU mean when you list "Administrative culture" as one of... More
Answered By: dragonbreathfromjuno - 2/18/2009
Additional Answers (2)
It is long. The Commerce Bank job description can be less. They are more interested in more recent experience. Shorten the qualifications--pick the most significant for the job to which you are applying. Also, be careful about job hopping. It appears that you are young, but try not to move every 3 years as in more... More
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Answered By: Chris S - 2/18/2009
 
Why do you have so many big words? It seems like you are trying to apply for some huge life business job. Cut out all the big word BS and just post the duties,dates and locations of you past jobs! Simple!
Answered By: Brown-eyed Gal - 2/18/2009
 
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