The resume format of a drafter should be as close to the structure as possible. You must have an organized approach to format your resume and a sense of order that will make the reader feel like they have been to your job interview. Below are some tips on how to format your resume.
Headline. The first thing that needs to be on your resume is the headline. If you don’t have an easy way to do this, put your name first, followed by the title of the position, your educational background, and any professional affiliations that you may have. Add a bullet or list the names of your previous employers.
Skills. The skills that you’ve acquired or have acquired in the past will need to be listed here. If you don’t think about this at all when you are designing your resume, this will go a long way to making it look unprofessional.
Past Work Experience. List all of the positions you held and briefly describe them in one to two sentences. Make sure you leave your position first and put your name in parentheses next to it.
Education. In this part of your resume, you want to list your educational background. If you haven’t gotten any formal training in the past, list your degree programs or formal education programs that you have attended.
Professional Affiliations. Again, this can be found here and you want to list your professional affiliations in one line. Most of the professional associations can be found here.
Self-Reflection. When a drafter starts out as a drafter, he or she wants to do everything right and as a result, this isnot a priority for him or her. Yet, they must go back and make sure that they have completed every portion of their resume properly.
The last and most important section of a resume is the cover page. This is where you write up why you are applying for the position and how you plan to apply your knowledge of the position to the job. Use the template from the job description for this and be sure to add your contact information as well.