is my resume too long for a position at petsmart?

CAREER OBJECTIVES To establish a career in an industry with a well established company which will allow me to utilize my strong communication, interpersonal, and technical skills, while promoting the opportunity for advancement and development to the corporate level. I have many years of demonstrating leadership and being a team player. I enjoy learning new skills/tasks and being challenged. SKILLS/ABILITIES •Computer and internet literate; typing abilities. •Assertive, self-motivated, goal-oriented, creative, organized and efficient. •Flexible, strong-minded, cooperative, hard worker, team player and reliable. •Great technical, interpersonal, business association, communications, accounting, leadership, and problem solving skills WORK EXPERIENCE Food & Restaurant Industry Team Member/ Waitress Sharky’s Seafood & Company Riverdale, GA March 2012- October 2012 Provide customer service, give waitress type assistance such as greeting and sitting customers, taking orders, cleaning tables, checking on customers, serving meals, & managing money, assign employees to specific duties, direct and supervise employees, stock and check inventory, enforce safety, health, and security rules, train and evaluate personnel, also give prep cook type assistance such as preparing salads, dicing up ingredients (tomatoes, onions, etc.), assist cooks with decorating meals, clean dishes and wrap silver wear. Customer Relations American Red Cross Customer Service Agent TeleTech @Home College Park, GA August 2011- November 2011 Provided information on inquires for certain courses/products, sold products and registered customers for courses, gave assistance with website and course records help, emailed and transferred customers to correct correspondent for technical and financial issues. Child Care Industry Camp Counselor SMART Inc. Hapeville, GA June 2010- September 2010 Provided instructional and clerical support for classroom teachers, assisted students in learning activities, supervised students during playground activities and field-trips, assisted with setting up materials for lessons and instruction, also aided with cleaning/dismissals of classrooms and abetted with conflict resolutions. Retail Industry/Customer Relations Assistant Events Coordinator August Moon Events Riverdale, GA February 2009- February 2012 Booked clients, organized event files, assisted clients via email, clerical duties included but were not limited to faxing, composing emails, preparing contract outlines, typing, filing, etc., assisted customers via multi-line telecommunications system, aided with decor and catering decorations. EDUCATION Atlanta Area College 2012-Present Donanldsville High School 2007-2011 ACTIVITIES Participated in cross-country, indoor track/track&field, captain of track team, co-captain on debate team, school math tutor, a member and treasure of Future Leaders of Business Association. REFERENCES: Available Upon Request

Asked By: Peachez504 - 12/17/2012
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This is great. I see what you are trying to do. I would take out the months though and leave the year. You don't want your prospective employer thinking you are a job hopper. If you worked more then one job at one time you can write concurrent (write it in italics... More
Answered By: JENN - 12/17/2012
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You can take out the 'Activites'
Answered By: - 12/17/2012
I think it looks great. I work in the human resources field and look at resumes everyday. Your length of time at a few of the jobs is for very short amounts of time. Employers always look at that.
Answered By: Charlotte - 12/17/2012
Under education, add your degree and of course the name of the college... More
Answered By: Go with the flow - 12/17/2012
I recommend you eliminate Career Objective, this is the standard suggestion give to my students who have work experience, to the title Career Profile. This alerts the prospective employer that you have work experience/skills without reading the entire resume.
Answered By: Freefromdrama - 12/17/2012
You should take off the objectives and the high school you attended; employees don't care about your high school education.
Answered By: ▲ - 12/17/2012
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