I'm going for a career change from marketing to being a police officer and I was wondering if anyone could suggest an objective sentence for my resume
my old objective read:
Seeking a marketing coordinator position within a competitive and changing environment that will provide challenge and offer the opportunity to acquire new skills.
can I even use basically the same thing since my goals are still pretty much unchanged?
Seeking a law enforcement officer position within a changing team environment that will provide challenge and offer the opportunity to acquire new skills.
Seeking a police officer position within a changing team environment that will provide challenge and offer the opportunity to acquire new skills.
would dynamic be a better word to use? like
Seeking a position as a law enforcement officer within a dynamic team environment that will provide challenge and offer the opportunity to acquire new skills.
I've had an objective like the one that you gave as an example while I was graduating and later job hunting. I was told by multiple recruiters and college career counselers that it needed to be more invloved like what I currently have. I jsut haven't been able to speak to any of them since deciding to get into law enforcement. Also my resume will be in the hands of a person tomorrow. I know it won't simply be scanned (this time at least)
I really want to 'wow' the HR department, because there are so many resumes flooding the job market I'm trying to come up with a way to get the attention of the company. I really want to stand out. If you have anything HELPFUL to say I would really love to hear it. The position I'm interested in is an advertising coordinator. I have something in mind, but I want to see if you all come up with something better. Thank you in advance for your input.
This is in Minnesota and an entry level job:
1.Ensure the accuracy of our customer relationship management (CRM) software, including timely data imports and reporting.
2.Support the sales team in the organization and preparation of proposal updates, requests for proposals (RFP’s), and presentations using marketing resource materials. Also maintain the proposal database.
3.Manage tradeshow calendar: sign-up, travel plans, shipping, and follow-up. Will include preparing marketing collateral, promotional pieces, and booth displays.
4.Research and compile tradeshow demographics for new and current tradeshows.
5.Coordinate and implement marketing communication projects: PR, special events, advertising, brand awareness. Includes ordering and proofing marketing materials and collateral.
6.Prepare status reports on marketing efforts.
7.Route web leads to Business Development Representatives in Sales Department.
8.As directed on project basis, provide timely research into key trends, market structure and sizing for specific segments. Highlight key findings, potential implications and opportunities through reporting.
9.Compile documentation for new clients and disseminate to appropriate internal departments.
Position Title: Marketing and Sales Coordinator
10.Contact organizations to uncover correct contact information, basic company information, and begin partnership/relationship. Cleanse existing client list as well.
11.Google management: analytics – look at weekly to analyze visits, bounce rates, etc;
ad words – review $$ allocation, etc.
12.Customer Satisfaction – Conduct customer satisfaction survey following completion of implementation. Evaluate vendor performance.
13.Emma e-mails for marketing – coordinate planned marketing pieces including QR launch, book release, tradeshow attendance, speaking events, etc.
14.Handle screen shot updates, including proposals, mev and msb presentations, mev training manual, etc.
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