Resume objectives are something that you cannot do without if making a positive first impression is your goal. How you begin something defines its end as well. So if your resume opens on a positive note, there is a great chance of a hiring manager being impressed with its content as well. Typically, objectives set the tone of a resume, enticing the reader to keep reading till the end. And once the resume is read till the end, you as a candidate have a better chance of being called in for an interview.
Mostly, a hiring manager will take less than 3 minutes to go through an entire resume. And seriously speaking, 3 minutes are not enough time for someone to judge you. The good news is that the objective, which can be read within 15 seconds can save you from being judged in such short time. This is because an objective will sum up everything that you want to say in a resume – in 3 lines or even less. Wouldn’t it be the perfect situation if the hiring manager reads your resume objective and decides that he wants to hire you immediately, without going through the rest of the resume?
This can happen. But for it to happen, your resume objective has to be strong and relevant to the position for which you are applying. Here is a list of objectives that a medical front office receptionist can use in her / his resume:
• Results-oriented Medical Front Office Receptionist looking for a position at Sava Medical Care. Track record of providing exceptional first contact services in a dedicated medical facility.
• Top-performing Medical Front Office Receptionist seeking a position at NextCare utilizing skills in scheduling patients and managing the influx of patients in large medical facilities.
• To work for North Atlanta Primary Care as a Medical Front Office Receptionist. Offers expertise in performing day to day administrative functions and scheduling patient flow to clinic, based on predetermined appointment arrangements.
• Exceptionally dedicated, practical and disciplined Medical Front Office Receptionist desire a position at Southwestern Eye Center. 6+ years’ hands-on experience in verifying patients for contact information, liaising with insurance companies and managing appointment scheduling duties in a profoundly accurate manner.
• Looking for a position as a Medical Front Office Receptionist with United States Physical Therapy utilizing proficiency in scheduling appointments, managing follow-up, handling record-keeping duties and arranging for clinical staff to check and record patients’ vitals.