Selasa, 12 April 2011

Wildlife Management Graduate Resume

Wild life management is undoubtedly a prospectus career option and a great responsibility at the same time, with respect to the tremendous decrease in the number of wild animals. All the careers available in wild life management do not need the person to work in jungles. Some higher management jobs are office based with a monitoring profile. However, as a fresh graduate, one may need to work on field to gain actual exposure to the environment where wild life dwells.

Following is the sample resume for a fresh wildlife management graduate.

Sample Wildlife Management Graduate Resume:

Leo Ortiz

456, X Street, Y Avenue,

Los Angeles, CA-90003

(123) 456-7890

leo@email.com

Career Objective:

To work as a wildlife management trainee with a government / private wildlife conservation institute

Summary of Qualifications:

Highly talented and enthusiastic wild life management graduateBrilliant academic results with enough field workGreat familiarity with the exact structure and scope of wild life management courseTheoretical and practical knowledge about varied wild life species.Well cultivated interest in wild life and great concern regarding the various challenges they faceAware of the life styles and habitats of the major wild animalsAbility to work in the rigorous, physically and mentally challenging work environment of forestsProficiency is using the common computer aided office tools, such as MS office (Word, Power point and Excel)Proficiency in spoken and written EnglishExpertise in using the World Wide Web for search and promotional activities

Academic education:

Graduate in Zoology with specialization in Wildlife management from California State University, Los Angeles, CA (2009)

Academic Project:

“Alligators conservation and people’s awareness about it”. The rapid decrease in number of wild animals is surely a great threat for all wild species. However, the great vanishing rate of alligators in California was highlighting news few days back, which encouraged me in choosing this topic as my final year graduation project. In this project, I gathered statistical information such as number of alligators, their gender ratio, locations, etc. Also, I reviewed people’s awareness about the rapid vanishing of alligators across California.

Personal Details:

Date of Birth: XX / XX / 1984 Marital status: Single Expected employment status: Full time Ready to Relocate: Y / N

References: Will be available on request

1 komentar:

  1. If you plan on a long term career as a project manager, then yes, even with your level of experience, I would suggest getting your PMP. You can prepare yourself for the exam in one of the PMP trainingproviders like http://www.pmstudy.com/. You can do minimal prep-work to get 40 PMI® Contact Hours and apply to PMI for PMP Exam before the class begins.

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