Library Assistant Resume With No Experience

Updated on July 19, 2019

Whether you are experienced job seeker or a fresh entry-level graduate; if your resume is smartly written, it can portray you in a favorable light.

If you are a beginner, seeking a position as a library assistant but don’t know how to cover up for lack of experience in your resume, you will find the following tips helpful.

 

Skills-Based Format

To bring the employer’s focus to your potential, it is best to opt for a skills-based resume.

This format highlights your transferable skills in detail, leaving a positive first impression on the prospective employers.

Education

Highlight the practical aspects of your education. Mention your courses and elaborate any real-life project you did well in as a student.

Interests

Although many resume experts discourage candidates from adding an interests section, at the same time, it can convey some of your transferable capabilities. Utilize this opportunity smartly.

 

Below is a library assistant resume sample for entry-level candidates having no experience in hand.

 

Library Assistant Resume With No Experience

 

 

Patricia Claire
73 Daffodil Ave • Atlanta, GA 54303 • (004) 333-2222 • [Email]


Library Assistant

Poised to outperform in general library support tasks.

OBJECTIVE
User service-oriented and energetic library science graduate, seeking a Library Assistant position at Georgia State University where thorough skills in books cataloging, referral bibliography checking and publisher sourcing could be put to immediate productive use.

HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS
• Proven ability to maintain accurate manual/digital records
• Substantial knowledge of contemporary publisher sourcing, library inventory maintenance, and bookkeeping practices
• Proficient in various referencing and citation styles including APA, MLA, Harvard, Chicago and the like
• Demonstrated ability to assist patrons in locating materials
• Efficient in shelving and filing of books

EDUCATION

Associate of Science in Library Sciences
Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA | 2017

COMPUTER SKILLS
• Microsoft Excel, Word
• Library Software, Internet, Email
• Automated Library Systems, On-line circulation

PROJECTS
• Conducted a mini cataloging project utilizing the Dewey Decimal System
• Implemented an automatic library management software at the media library as part of coursework which was highly commended by professors and librarian

INTERESTS
• Book Reading
• Adventure Sports (Hiking, swimming, and camping)
• Online Gaming

ADDITIONAL STRENGTHS
• Technical: Proficient in the use of printers and photocopy machines
• Bilingual: English/Spanish
• Opening/closing the facility

About the Author

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