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Alison Doyle

Santa's Resume

By December 24, 2012

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Everyone should havean up-to-date resume.It's important to haveresume that's ready to goevenyou aren't actively job search.You never know when you might need it for job searching if you lose your job or if a new opportunity presents itself.

Certified Professional Resume Writer Martin Buckland reminded me that even Santahas a resume. Martin was the lucky person who got the job of writing the resume for Santa:

Respected, deadline-driven professional with a global perspective, renowned for infinite generosity. Project and solutions-oriented, patient and tolerant listener, gains the trust and respect of countless stakeholders located across 24 time zones. Child-friendly and considerate, exudes energy and confidence, extends a warm welcome to persons of all faiths and nationalities. Multi-tasker, excellent time management skills, strives for operational excellence in a fast-paced environment. Brand conscious, constantly sees red and white, devises and executes creative marketing strategies to deliver dreams.

Here's Santa's resume for your review. And if you're working on your own resume, here are sample resumes to review, along with tips for writing winning resumes.

In addition to his resume, Santa is taking advantage of all the online resources he can to promote himself. He's got a VisualCV, with a great photo of his co-worker Rudolph, and a LinkedIn Profile, too.

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Comments
December 31, 2012 at 11:07 am
(1) Doris Appelbaum says:

In 1972, I – as a recently relocated spouse – I took a job for all the wrong reasons. The training was back in my home town. The position required that I (and the elves) wear the same dress 6 days a week for 7 weeks while I operated the Photo with Santa operation at a local mall. If you want more info for Santa’s resume, I’ll be happy to provide it. I worked with him (them) for seven weeks.

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