Quote Originally Posted by Krzyd View Post
My thoughts, I am an employer for what it's worth.

-Your resume matters, punctuation and grammar count, if you can't get 1-2 pages to look right when it counts, should I trust you in front of a chiller? It's not a deal breaker for all positions, but it is a red flag.
-You should definitely mention the types of equipment you are comfortable with, I don't hire "sales techs", but sales/customer service experience is relevent in service technician positions. I'm adding a couple positions right now, generally speaking, I prefer a longer resume. The prospective employer may see you as a fit for a position that isn't even advertised.
-Out of industry experience can be tricky, it can help you show stability, or that you don't know what you want to do. I prefer at least 10 years of work history.
-Educational references should include what you're working towards.
-ALL MECHANICAL/ELECTRICAL EXPERIENCE MATTERS!
-ALL MILITARY SERVICE MATTERS! To me at least.

Good Luck.
Got this one this morning, this is the complete resume, I edited the name.

Resume Headline: ############ Resume Value: hg5szqibqc8f8yd2


EXPERIENCE: 8/2006 - 7/2007 Morrison Homes, Inc.
Superintendant

Supervized the construction of new housing. Worked with trade partners, inspectors and homeowners.

3/2005 - 8/2006 Woodside Homes of Arizona, Inc
Superintendant



9/2002 - 3/2005 KB Home Jacksonville
Superintandant



DON'T BE THIS GUY!