Answered by Charlene, Hiring Expert at Gap Inc., on Wednesday, November 18, 2015
This is a great way to building a strong, versatile resume! Take the task you are currently doing and break them down into versatile skills, communication (who, what, when, how), time management (planning, prioritizing, delegating), leadership, and any other skills you find that will be widely transferable. Once you have your task dissected into these skills, get specific; how many people did you lead, for what amount of time, what were the results of leading these individuals, and then put into concise bullet points under each position. You can then utilize the job description to look for specific skills and then take your list and be sure to include these on your resume and highlight and match them. Again, this is a fantastic way to build an impressive, resume that matches an employers qualifications. Good Luck!