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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Desire a Challenging Position as Lead Astronomer in a Major Corporation.

A highly Gifted and enthusiastic Astronomer with enormous experience in studying, researching, and analyzing celestial phenomena. Proven track record of excellent result analyzing data, to understand how the spacecraft works; developing methodologies to solve problems in physics and mathematics.

Summary of Qualifications
  • Over 12 years of Solid Experience in the field of Astronomy.
  • Great Knowledge and prediction of physical principles, laws,    their interrelationships, and applications to understanding fluid,    material, and atmospheric dynamics, and mechanical,    electrical, atomic and sub-atomic structures and processes.
  • Deep familiarity with a variety of the field's concepts,    practices, and procedures.
  • Great research and writing skills.
  • Immense ability to combine pieces of information to form    general rules or conclusions.
  • Remarkable ability to read and understand information and    ideas presented in writing.
  • Excellent ability to apply general rules to specific problems to    produce answers that make sense.
  • Deep ability to choose the right mathematical methods or    formulas to solve a problem..
  • Proficiency at writing computer programs for various purposes.
  • Uncommon ability to identifying complex problems and    reviewing related information to develop and evaluate    options and implement solutions.
  • Excellent ability to understand the implications of new    information for both current and future problem- solving and    decision-making.
  • Excellent communication skills (both written and spoken).
  • Sound knowledge of principles and methods for curriculum and    training design, teaching and instruction for individuals and    groups, and the measurement of training effects.
  • Proficiency in the use of astronomical instruments.

    Professional Experience

    Cousins Planetarium, Stony Point, NY            2000 - Present
    Astronomer
    • Study celestial phenomena, using a variety of ground-based and space-borne telescopes and scientific instruments.
    • Analyze research data to determine its significance, using computers.
    • Present research findings at scientific conferences, and in papers written for scientific journals.
    • Measure radio, infrared, gamma, and x-ray emissions from extraterrestrial sources.
    • Develop theories based on personal observations, or on observations and theories of other astronomers.
    • Raise funds for scientific research.
    • Collaborate with other project members on improving astrometric and imaging algorithms and software, and work in support of an imaging survey of the bright stars using the co-phased 6-element NPOI array.
    • Collaborate with other astronomers to carry out research projects.
    • Develop instrumentation and software for astronomical observation and analysis.
    • Develop and modify astronomy-related programs for public presentation.
    Alpes Scientific, Stony Point, NY                     1995 - 2000
    Radio Astronomer
    • Studied celestial phenomena, using a variety of ground-based and space-borne telescopes and scientific instruments .
    • Analyzed research data to determine its significance, using computers.
    • Measured radio, infrared, gamma, and x-ray emissions from extraterrestrial sources.
    • Developed theories based on personal observations, or on observations and theories of other astronomers.
    • Studied detector performance, system throughput, and system stability.
    Alpes Scientific, Stony Point, NY                    1993 - 1995
    Junior Astronomer
    • Ensured that the instrumentation and telescope are ready for the night time operations when on day shift.
    • Operated the telescope and the instruments during the night when on night shift.
    • Planned, Calibrated and installed and set-up instruments.
    • Supported the visiting/service astronomers (Phase II and Telescope introduction, day and night time astronomical support, pre- and post-observation support).
    • Execute service observations (SM, ToO, DDT, etc.).
    • Contributed to the monitoring of the performance of the telescope(s) and instrument(s), and to their improvement, including participation in the preparation, execution and analysis of test at the telescope.
    Education and Professional Certification

    New York University, NY
    PhD Astronomy (1998)

    New York University, NY
    MS Astronomy (1995)

    New York University, NY
    achelor of Science in Physics (1992)


    Computer Skills: Windows, WordPerfect, PowerPoint, Word, Westlaw, Lexis-Nexus, Lotus Notes and Excel



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