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Here is an example of a hybrid resume.
Helen E. Wolchek
3999 West Cherry Lane
Management Professional with 20-year career distinguished by promotion to challenging mutibranch assignments.
Promoted through positions with leading financial institution, National Bank:
Assistant Vice President, 2002 - Present
Customer Service Manager, 1994 - 2002
Assistant Operations Manager, 1987 - 1994
Customer Service Representative, 1983 - 1987
Currently accountable for central California district containing 26 sites with total staff of 635 FTEs. Provide operational support to division, district, branch, and customer service managers in the areas of production management, quality control, policy development, risk management, staffing and customer service. Highlights of responsibilities and career accomplishments include the following:
General Management - Business Development, Customer Service, Cost Controls, Productivity
Human Resources Management
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