Headers are important, no matter which document you take into consideration. And they are much more important on a resume than they are anywhere else. The header of a resume is the objective that we write, right at the beginning to entice the reader to read further. It is fundamentally important that you write an objective after much thought and consideration.
The resume objective is alive and it sells. Through an objective, you provide employers with a prolific idea of what you are all about. And why is that important? Because you need to focus the reader’s interest on who you are and how you intend to provide him with the benefit of your skills.
There is no rule of thumb when writing a resume objective but make sure that the traits that you claim to have, are actually reflected in your resume. The strengths that you exhibit are imperative when deciding about your candidature.
Remember the time when resume objectives were all what you wanted? Well, that time is far gone now! Applicant-oriented resumes are a thing of the past – what rules now are employer-oriented ones that have the capacity to reach out to hiring managers, as applicant-oriented ones were never able to. Being crystal clear about your career direction and positioning yourself as someone who wants to do exactly as the employer wants, is vital.
Here is a list of sample objectives for a banquet manager resume that works along these lines:
• Results-driven banquet manager looking for a position at Omni Hotels using 8+ years’ track record of achieving maximum profitability and success by controlling costs and increasing quality of food services.
• Energetic professional seeking a Banquet Manager position with Sheraton Hartford Hotel. Offers 5 years’ hands-on experience in managing all aspects of banquet operations and ensuring delivery of exceptional food services.
• Desire a position as a Banquet Manager with Kimpton Hotels and Restaurants. Offering demonstrated expertise in providing daily oversight and direction to all banquet dining operations and determining and implementing dining processes and procedures effectively.
• To work for Chesapeake Hospitality as a Banquet Manager. Bringing a record of maximizing financial performance while upholding food service quality standards and maximizing patrons’ experiences.
• To obtain a Banquet Manager position with Hilton Hotels and Resorts. Eager to apply adeptness at handling banquet operations by maintaining customer-driven operations with a vision that inspires coworkers and ensures guest satisfaction.
• Looking for a position as a Banquet Manager at The Hyatt applying competencies in developing and implementing business strategies for food and beverage operations.
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