Notice how the job seeker in this sample radio and television mechanic resume opens with a clear objective of what he wants. He then lists only those previous work experiences that pertain to this particular job. All radio and television resumes should include this vital information.
10 ABC Lane
Any Town, USA 9999
Home: (888) 888-8888
Cell: (888) 888-7777
Position as a Radio and Television Mechanic
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
Outstanding mechanical skills; reliable employee, good work ethic and excellent customer relations
Radio and Television Mechanic, 2000 to present:
Bob's Radio and TV Sales and Repair, Big City, USA.
Lead mechanic for television and radio repair in homes and commercial sites.
Radio and Television Mechanic, 1998-2000:
Crawford Television Sales and Service, Large Town, USA.
On-site television repair for homes and businesses, all makes and models.
Certificate of Completion, 1997
Victory Broadcast Mechanics Institute, Any City, USA
ACCOLADES AND INVOLVEMENTS
American Association of Television Mechanics
New Member Award, 2005
NOTE: This radio and television mechanic resume is a condensed version of a full resume to serve as an example only. Always consider what the employer is looking for in the radio and television mechanic he hires. Tailor your resume to that company.