Trinity Employment | Tulsa Staffing
Call Trinity Employment 918-622-2588
Time Cards Apply Online

OBJECTIVE: A Recruiter position where excellent communication skills are needed.

Facebook Twitter Indeed LinkedIn YouTube Pinterest

OBJECTIVE:  A Tulsa Job Recruiter position where excellent communication skills are needed.

**This article has been posted by Trinity Tulsa Staffing – For more information about Tulsa Jobs visit us today

RELEVANT SKILLS:

  • 5+ years of recruiting experience in large and small organizations utilizing various aspects of advertising and recruiting strategies
  • Equal Employment Opportunity Laws and regulations
  • Professional facilitator for various employment related training courses
  • Event coordinator facilitating a variety of professional positive speakers
  • Proficient in all Microsoft Office and Windows computer applications
  • Affirmative Action Law
  • FLSA Certified

WORK EXPERIENCE:

DisneyLand 2002 – Present

Workforce Development Youth Counselor

  • Actively seeking and building relationships with Tulsa employers willing and able to gainfully employ participants of WAY, leading to a 70% job placement rate
  • Developing curriculum and facilitating career development Tulsa training courses for youth between the ages of fourteen and twenty-four
  • Facilitating weekly groups that focus on gaining employment, continuing education, and encouraging positive behavior
  • Strategically counseling young students to continue their education through GED training, trade schools, and college institutions
  • Successfully coordinating weekly events featuring professional speakers in an employment related setting where attendance has more than doubled

Career Development Specialist

  • Spokesperson for Mayors Job Program to several High Schools throughout Tulsa
  • Developing curriculum and coordinating ongoing career development training courses
  • Coaching, interviewing, and successfully placing clients into meaningful employment
  • Counseling and providing innovative advice on job search strategies to those who have been laid off from their previous jobs
  • Creating professional résumé’s for clients, making them more marketable for successful job placement
  • Co-facilitating the development and significant growth of Workforce Tulsa’s Networking Group, which was recognized by several local television news stations
Epcot Center 2001 – 2002

Human Resources Advisor/Recruiter

  • Strong recruiting experience in all aspects of advertising and recruiting strategies
  • Most successful recruiter in 2002; recruiting both exempt and non-exempt level positions within a 500+ employee corporation
  • Successfully counseling department managers to improve employee retention rates• Professionally interviewing all selected candidates
  • Successfully coaching and counseling employees, assisting them with internal career advancement decisions and performance related issues
  • HR representative for Houston and Denver office

Mickey Mouse

Page 2

Disney World 2000 – 2001

Human Resources Administrator

  • Creating and facilitating all company ADA, Affirmative Action, and new-hire training
  • Responsible for all advertising and recruiting strategies
  • Interviewing all applicants; direct contact with 40+ applicants per week
  • Professionally coaching and counseling employees
  • Involved in all aspects of risk management
  • Increasing internal audit score from 64 to 92
  • Hotel unemployment reduced by 50 percent within duration of my Tulsa employment
  • Representative for hotel at recruiting fairs
  • Responsible for all hiring and selection processes
  • Successfully auditing and complying with all equal employment regulations
Animal Kingdom                                1997 – 2000

Graduate Assistant

  • Coaching and recruiting Graduate Students
  • Assisting all students in problems with procedures regarding their admission
  • Managing calendars and planning events for the Dean and Associate Dean of the Graduate College, while assisting them with daily administrative issues

EDUCATION:

University 1997 – 2000
  • 15 hours of completed masters level coursework in Human Resource Development
  • Current GPA 3.7
  • Bachelor’s degree in Speech Communication, May 1999, with emphasis on human resource development

There are two mainstream formats for resumes.  They are Chronological and Functional.

  1. 1) A Chronological resume, is used mainly by those who have a strong work history that they would like to showcase.  Most professionals seeking employment tend to use a chronological format.   More importantly, Human Resource professionals often prefer a chronological resume because it highlights their past work history (a very important thing to an employer).  It is also used by those who want to stay in the same field, thus showcasing your most recent job experience and history.

This type of resume is generally categorized in sections starting with a Heading (name, address etc.), Objective, Qualifications, Work Experience and then Education; in that order.  Following is an outline sheet and a sample resume highlighting specifically how these sections should be organized on your chronological resume and what you should focus on when authoring these sections.

  1. 2) A Functional resume is used by individuals who have a work history that is erratic or shows gaps in employment by showcasing your skills rather than your work history.  It is also used by those who are attempting to change career fields.  It does this by focusing on your transferable skills rather than the career-specific skills of your most recent jobs.

A functional resume takes elements of the Chronological resume and combines a functional approach. The functional approach involves organizing your experience according to specific skills or functions. Some major skill categories can be Sales, Project Management, Customer Service, or Technology. This format can be useful for both the employer and the applicant.  The applicant can use this arrangement to communicate capabilities and transferable skills combined with work experience.  An employer is able to collectively view transferable skills to determine if the applicant’s skills are applicable to the open position.

As with the chronological resume, an outline sheet and a sample resume are provided to highlight specifically how these sections should be organized on your functional resume and what you should focus on when authoring these sections.

HEADING

  • Make sure your name stands out by using a larger font or bold type (just for your name).
  • In most cases, use your local address. However, you may also include a permanent address.
  • Your phone number and email address are extremely important, as an employer must be able to reach you.
  • It is common for people to use a line to separate this section of the resume from the remaining sections.

Name:_________________________________________________________________

Address:______________________________________________________________

City/State/Zip:__________________________________________________________

Phone:_________________________________________________________________

E-mail (optional):_______________________________________________________

OBJECTIVE

The objective section in the interview ultimately answers the question:  “What do you want to do?”  This section is written with the same goal as the chronological resume.  Take note that you do not want this statement to be more than two lines at the most.  It needs to be short, sweet and to the point.  It is necessary that the position for which you are applying is listed in your objective.  An employer will not take the time to assume what position/positions you are interested in.  You need to communicate that information in your objective.

QUALIFICATIONS

This section is also written with the same goal as the chronological resume.  It is designed to grab the employer’s attention.  Your qualifications in this section need to highlight what the interviewer will read in the body of your resume.  It is very important that you ensure that your qualifications match the type of job you are applying for.  Remember, most employers will depend on the first ten to fifteen lines of your resume to determine whether or not they are interested, so it is necessary that you grab their attention in this section.  You need to have at least five, and no more than seven listed qualifications.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS:

This section is designated for you to select skill areas of your previous work history to showcase your skill-set and transferable skills as a whole rather than in a specific area.  It is important for you to carefully select three to four areas of your work history that communicate that you have the skills to move into the career field of your choice.  It may be necessary at times to change the selected accomplishments to cater the resume to the job that you are applying for.  (Example:  Management, Administrative, Customer Service.)  You will not want to list any more than four to five descriptions of each skill area.  Additionally, you will not want to list any more than four skill areas.  Please follow these guidelines when writing your functional resume.  Note that most of these guidelines are the same guidelines given for the chronological resume, however they do differ slightly.

1. Do not only list the duties you performed on the job, list the things that you did well.  Sell yourself!

2. Make certain you list skills that are transferable into your newly desired field.

3. Think of all of the small details of your previous positions and try to identify keywords that help you to describe what you did in an intelligent way.  (Ex.  If you were a cashier, you were involved in cash management and auditing a cash register) Refer to the keyword list if needed.

4. Do not lie.  Always be truthful; however make sure that you sell the duties that you did perform.

5. Make sure you use the same tense throughout your resume.  I recommend that you write everything in present tense rather than past indicating that you are still capable of past skill-sets.  Example:  Do not end descriptive words in “ing” in one bullet point and, while describing the same position, end a descriptive word with “ed” in the next bullet point.  They are different tenses, conflict with one another and it is not professional

6. Use statistical information if available.  Statistical language using numbers sounds impressive and is factual.  Employers love to hear how you improved your last company’s stats.  (Ex.  Improved production by 70 %.)

7. As discussed earlier in the Application section, you are to list the month and the year for your dates of employment.  Not so when reporting your dates of employment in a resume.  You should only report the year’s that you were in each position.  Example: Your last job      2001-2003.

8. Take time to look at other resumes that have been developed in your field to see how others have explained their skill-set.  Use any language or information available that will help you sound more impressive.

9. Include only the most relevant information to that specific industry, function, or even employer. Employers do not want to spend a lot of time reading about things that do not apply to them!

10. Incorporate key words into your descriptions, but do not overuse “buzzwords”. Include enough technical terms to show you familiarity with an industry.

11. MAKE SURE TO CATCH ALL ERRORS IN YOUR RESUME. DOUBLE AND TRIPLE CHECK SPELLING AND GRAMMER. Have at least two other people review your resume.   Having errors in your resume is unacceptable for any reputable employer.

Skill Area________________________________

    1. • ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    2. • ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    3. • ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    4. • ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    5. • ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Skill Area________________________________

    1. • ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    2. • ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    3. • ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    4. • ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    5. • ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Skill Area________________________________

    1. • ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    2. • ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    3. • ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    4. • ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    5. • ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Skill Area________________________________

    1. • ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    2. • ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    3. • ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    4. • ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    5. • ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

WORK HISTORY

Most Recent Employer:_________________________________________________

Location – City and State:______________________________________________

Dates:_______________________ to __________________________

Job Titles

_______________________________ Dates ______________to__________________

 

_______________________________ Dates ______________to__________________

 

_______________________________ Dates ______________to__________________

Employer #2:___________________________________________________________

Location – City and State:______________________________________________

Dates:_______________________ to __________________________

Job Titles

_______________________________ Dates ______________to__________________

 

_______________________________ Dates ______________to__________________

 

_______________________________ Dates ______________to__________________

WORK HISTORY

Employer #3:___________________________________________________________

Location – City and State:______________________________________________

Dates:_______________________ to __________________________

Job Titles

_______________________________ Dates ______________to__________________

 

_______________________________ Dates ______________to__________________

 

_______________________________ Dates ______________to__________________

Employer #4:___________________________________________________________

 

Location – City and State:______________________________________________

Dates:_______________________ to __________________________

Job Titles

_______________________________ Dates ______________to__________________

 

_______________________________ Dates ______________to__________________

 

_______________________________ Dates ______________to__________________

EDUCATION

Identify your degree, when you expect to complete it, the school and location of the school. Include your GPA and GMAT or GRE score only if it makes you stand out.

1st degree

Degree/diploma/professional qualification:______________________________

Institution that issued the degree/certification:

Major/Subject:

Date:

2nd Degree:

Degree/diploma/professional qualification:______________________________

Institution that issued the degree/certification:___________________________

Major/Subject:

Date:

Other relevant training:

MILITARY SERVICE (if relevant):

Branch/date of discharge:

Rate/Rank/type of discharge:

Specialization:

Special Honors:

Insert Sample Functional Resume

  • Choosing the most effective words to describe your skills and accomplishments will make your applications, resume and job interviews more dynamic.  The following are action verbs and descriptive words that can help you sound more intelligent and impressive.  It is important to not overuse these keywords but use them enough to inform the employer that you are intelligent and have are a professional in your field.

Action Verbs

Accelerated

Accepted

Accomplished

Achieved

Acquired

Adapted

Adjusted

Administered

Advanced

Advertised

Advised

Analyzed

Announced

Anticipated

Appointed

Appraised

Approved

Arbitrated

Arranged

Assembled

Assessed

Assigned

Assisted

Attained

Audited

Authored

Authorized

Automated

Averted

Balanced

Bargained

Bought

Briefed

Budgeted

Built

Calculated

Captured

Cared for

Carried out

Catalogued

Centralized

Chaired

Changed

Charted

Checked

Clarified

Closed

Coached

Collaborated

Collected

Commanded

Communicated

Compared

Compiled

Completed

Composed

Compounded

Computed

Conceived

Conceptualized

Concluded

Condensed

Conducted

Confronted

Constructed

Consulted

Contacted

Contracted

Contrived

Controlled

Converted

Conveyed

Convinced

Cooperated

Coordinated

Copied

Corrected

Correlated

Corresponded

Corroborated

Counseled

Created

Critiqued

Cultivated

Curtailed

Cut

Decentralized

Decided

Decreased

Defined

Delegated

Delivered

Demonstrated

Described

Designed

Detailed

DetectedDetermined

Developed

Devised

Diagnosed

Directed

Discovered

Dispensed

Displayed

Disproved

Dissected

Distributed

Diverted

Documented

Doubled

Drafted

Drove

Earned

Edited

Educated

Eliminated

Employed

Enacted

Encouraged

Enforced

Engineered

Enjoyed

Enlarged

Enlisted

Ensured

Entertained

Equipped

Established

Estimated

Evaluated

Examined

Exceeded

Exchanged

Executed

Exhibited

Expanded

Expedited

Experimented

Explained

Explored

Extracted

Fabricated

Facilitated

Familiarized

Fashioned

Figured

Filed

Financed

Fixed

Focused

Followed directions

Forecasted

Formalized

Formed

Formulated

Founded

Furnished

Gathered

Generated

Governed

Graded

Graduated

Grouped

Guided

Halted

Handled

Headed

Helped

Hired

Identified

Illustrated

Implemented

Improved

Improvised

Increased

Indexed

Induced

Influenced

Informed

Initiated

Innovated

Inspected

Inspired

Installed

Instituted

Instructed

Insured

Integrated

Intensified

Interpreted

Interviewed

Introduced

Invented

Inventoried

Invested

Investigated

Issued

Joined

Judged

Justified

Kept records

Key noted

Launched

Learned

Lectured

Led

Lifted

Liquidated

Listened

Loaded

Located

Logged

Made

Maintained

Managed

Manipulated

Manufactured

Marketed

Mastered

Measured

Medicated

Memorized

Merchandized

Modeled

Moderated

Modified

Monitored

Motivated

Named

Navigated

Negotiated

Nominated

Nursed

Nurtured

Observed

Obtained

Offered

Officiated

Operated

Ordered

Organized

Originated

Overcame

Overhauled

Oversaw

Packed

Participated

Perceived

Perfected

Performed

Persuaded

Photographed

Piloted

Pinpointed

Placed

Planned

Predicted

Prepared

Prescribed

Presented

Presided

Printed

Problem Solved

Processed

Procured

Produced

Programmed

Prohibited

Projected

Promoted

Prompted

Proofread

Proposed

Protected

Proved

Provided

Publicized

Published

Purchased

Questioned

Raised

Ran

Rated

Read

Reasoned

Received

Reconciled

Recorded

Recruited

Rectified

Redesigned

Reduced

Referred

Regulated

Rehabilitated

Reinforced

Related

Removed

Rendered

Renewed

Reorganized

Repaired

Reported

Represented

Researched

Reshaped

Resolved

Responded

Responsible for

Restocked

Restored

Restructured

Retrieved

Revamped

Reversed

Reviewed

Revised

Satisfied

Saved

Scheduled

Screened

Searched

Secured

Selected

Separated

Sequenced

Served

Serviced

Settled

Set up

Shaped

Shared

Showed

Signaled

Simplified

Sketched

Sold

Solved

Sorted

Sought

Sparked

Spearheaded

Specified

Spoke in

Public

Staffed

Standardized

Stimulated

Stocked

Streamlined*

Strengthened

Structured

Studied

Submitted

Succeeded

Summarized

Supervised

Supplied

Supported

Surveyed

Symbolized

Synthesized

Systematized

Tabulated

Tailored

Taped

Taught

Team built*

Tended

Tested

Tightened

Traced

Tracked

Traded

Trained

Transcribed

Transferred

Transformed

Translated

Transmitted

Transported

Traveled

Trimmed

Triple*

Trouble shot*

Turned around*

Tutored

Typed

Uncovered

Understood

Unified*

United*

Unraveled

Updated*

Upgraded*

Used

Utilized

Validated

Verified

Visited

Volunteered

Washed

Weighed

Widened

Won

Worked

Wrote

Descriptive Words

Able

Accurate

Active

Adaptable

Adept

Administrative

Advantageous

Aggressive

Alert

Ambitious

Analytical

Articulate

Assertive

Astute

Attentive

Authoritative

Bilingual

Broad Minded

Calm

Candid

Capable

Cheerful

Committed

Competent

Completely

Comprehensive

Confident

Conscientious

Considerate

Consistent

Constructive

Continuous

Contributions

Cooperative

Creative

Curious

Decisive

Dedicated

Deliberate

Dependable

Detailed

Detail-oriented

Determined

Diligent

Diplomatic

Disciplined

Discreet

Diversified

Driven

Dynamic

Eager

Easily

Easygoing

Economical

Effective

Efficient

Effortlessly

Empathetic

Energetic

Enterprising

Enthusiastic

Excellent

Exceptional

Experienced

Expert

Expertly

Extensive

Fair

Farsighted

Fast learner

Flexible

Forceful

Friendly

Generalist

Hard-working

Honest

Imaginative

Increasingly

Independent

In-depth

Initiative

Innovative

Insightful

Instrumental

Inventive

Knowledgeable

Leadership

Logical

Loyal

Major

Mature

Meaningful

Methodical

Meticulous

Motivated

Multilingual

Objective

Open-minded

Optimistic

Orderly

Organized

Outstanding

Patient

Perceptive

Persistent

Personable

Personally

Persuasive

Pertinent

Pleasant

Positive

Practical

Precise

Problem-solver

Productive

Professional

Proficient

Profitable

Progressive

Proven

Punctual

Qualified

Quality Conscious

Quick learner

Realistic

Recent

Reliable

Repeatedly

Resilient

Resourceful

Respectful

Responsible

Responsive

Risk-taker

Routinely

Satisfactorily

Scope

Self-confident

Self-controlled

Self-reliant

Self-starter

Sharp

Significantly

Sincere

Skilled

Skillful

Solid

Sound

Specialized

Specialist

Stable

Strategically

Strong

Substantial

Successful

Superior

Systematic

Tactful

Talented

Team player

Technical

Thorough

Timely

Uniform

Universal

Up-to-date

Valuable

Varied

Versatile

Vigorous

Well-educated

Well-rounded

Wide background

Will travel

Will relocate