Teaching is one of the most rewarding careers out there but your resume is going to need special attention to be in with a chance of securing the best jobs. If you want to make the cut for an interview there are a few things you should know. We explore below what an expert teaching resume needs.
The design of your resume matters but that doesn’t mean you need to hire a graphic designer to create a bespoke template.
best practices in mind to help save you time.
Lead With Experience
Your experience is your most important asset as a teacher. Even if you’re just starting out you can leverage some of this from your training or any placements you’ve undertaken.
However, what separates a good resume from a great one is a focus on achievements rather than duties. In other words, show measurable results you accomplished. This might involve detailing the number of students you taught in a class, their grades, or any other accolades you managed in previous jobs.
More importantly, make sure this is properly tailored for the position you are applying for. The more you can show you’re the best fit the better.
But Don’t Forget to Optimize Skills and Education
The right skills and education are also vitally important for your resume’s success. Education needs especially important care.
You can’t teach without the right qualifications, so these need to be clearly down on paper.
As for skills, it’s best to use a good blend of hard skills and soft ones. This will show that aside from being well trained, you also have characteristics that will suit the school or establishment.
Don’t Let it Get Too Long
busy recruiters to read.
Writing a teaching resume seems more arduous than it really is. However, it’s important to have the points above in mind when you create yours to make sure it’s optimized to perfection.
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