Have you ever picked up a resume and thought that there was something missing in it? Even a well-written resumes sometimes lacks something at the beginning – the opening. How a resume begins makes a great difference in how a hiring manager perceives it. The resume objective is important if you want to impress a hiring manager. In fact, it is not only used to impress but to provide a guideline for the rest of the resume.
Typically, an objective is written to outline the details that the hiring manager expect to see in the resume. This outline is actually the crux of your resume. All that you want to write in a resume can be summarized in 3 lines – as an objective. So why doesn’t one simply write an objective and let the resume be? Unfortunately, this cannot be done as a resume objective provides very little detail. The detail is of course, required by an employer who will eventually (hopefully) spend a lot of time and effort in training you for the job.
Coming back to objectives, writing one on a resume is essential. Not only does it act as an ice breaker but also sets the tone of your resume, making it easy for you to complete writing one. Here is how a resume objective can be written for a hospital unit clerk position:
Hospital Unit Clerk Resume Objectives
• Well-organized, meticulous and service-oriented Hospital Unit Clerk looking for a position at Rady Children’s Hospital utilizing 8+ years hands-on experience in preparing and compiling patients’ records and assisting with patient registrations and discharge procedures.
• Dedicated Hospital Unit Clerk looking for a position at Northwest Hospital using expertise in helping patients by obtaining needed services from nurses and physicians and establishing patient records.
• Seeking a Hospital Unit Clerk position at Kenmore Mercy Hospital. Expert in documenting patient care services accurately, and maintaining designated unit operations by following set guidelines and procedures.
• Desire a position as a Hospital Unit Clerk at Houston Medical Center. Offers exceptional ability to establish rapport between patients and hospital units, along with keeping assigned units maintained and sanitized.
• Exceptionally dedicated, ambitious and well-organized Hospital Unit Clerk seeking a position with Lower Manhattan Hospital. Eager to apply definitive skills in handling assigned units by providing both logistical assistance and support with patient care functions.
• To obtain a Hospital Unit Clerk position at Phoenixville Hospital. Adept at providing support to nursing staff in caring for assigned patients, and ensuring that the unit is run smoothly at all times.