How to List Multiple Jobs at One Company on Resume

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JDOkun83@hotmail.com in Sunnyside, New York

64 months ago

I am working on updating my resume to include my most recent job working at a career college. My official title was "Admissions Data Manager". I'm not sure why. My roles were:

- Directing the Continuing Education Department
- Directing the Student Placement Services Department
- Assisting the Admissions Director
- Coordinating the school's Website

I guess overall, I was also responsible for making sure data in our database was clean and accurate. But I think it would make me more marketable to list that I was the Director of multiple departments on my resume. Anyone have any suggestions on how to list all of this appropriately?

My boss at the school would definitely vouch for me as legitimately having the above roles, but officially, my title was "Admissions Data Manager".

Thanks,

Josh

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aw in East Haddam, Connecticut

64 months ago

Hi Josh,

I write resumes and my suggestion would be to first identify the official title under the main heading for that particular position and then create subheadings with the additional titles. Example:

Career College Name (0/00 - 0/00)---tab to end--City, State
Admissions Data Manager

Director of Continuing Education Department (0/00 - 0/00)
Details of position, responsibilities, accomplishments, etc.

Director of Student Placement Services (0/00 - 0/00)
Details of position, responsibilities, accomplishments, etc.

Assistant Admissions Director (0/00 - 0/00)
Details of position, responsibilities, accomplishments, etc.

Website Coordinator (0/00 - 0/00)
Details of position, responsibilities, accomplishments, etc.

It would be helpful if you grew into each position. If that is indeed the case then include the dates you held each position. If not don't add the separate dates.

Hope this helps & good luck!

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