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Resume Tips for Radiology Professionals

Resume Tips for Radiology Professionals

By Kim Isaacs | Monster Resume Expert

Skills

Build credibility by including a comprehensive list of skills that are important to your career goal. Include core job and technical skills, equipment knowledge, languages and any other skills that add to your qualifications. Don’t neglect your soft skills, such as interpersonal communications, dedication to teamwork and bedside manner — employers want radiology professionals who will contribute to their team’s success.

Training

Constant changes in technology require radiology professionals to keep their skills current. Include classes, certifications, in-service training, conferences, seminars and computer-based learning. You may add a Professional Development section in your traditional resume, or use the Education section in your Monster resume.

Keywords

Include radiology-related keywords to ensure your resume is found in an electronic applicant search. Keywords can be job titles (radiologic technologist, diagnostic medical sonographer), skills or areas of specialty (nuclear medicine, ultrasound, fluoroscopic procedures), and credentials (ARRT certification, CRT, CPR). Your keywords may appear anywhere in your document.

Customize

There are no strict rules about resume format and content, so you may customize the document to suit your experience and career objective.

By taking the time to craft a targeted resume with a clear message about the value you offer as a radiology professional, you will generate calls for job interviews.

This article originally appeared on Monster Career Advice.

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