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Sample Port Traffic Manager Resume






A port traffic manager resume should focus on the applicant's experience, training, and readiness to accept employment. All port traffic manager resumes should mention all of the above, as shown in the following example.


Jacob Garfield
110 Grand Avenue
Any Town, USA 99990
Home: (888) 888-8888
Cell: (888) 888-7777
jgarfield@sampleresume.com

OBJECTIVE

Position as a Port Traffic Manager

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

Experienced port manager, knowledge of port traffic patterns, able to lead and manage; good communication skills with management and subordinates

EXPERIENCE

Port Traffic Manager, 2005 to present:

Large City Port, Large City, USA.

Primary duties included enforcing rules and regulations, such as berthing of ships, handling and storing cargo and using the port facilities.

Assistant Port Traffic Manager, 2000-2005:

Large City Port, Large City, USA.

Supported the manager by directing policing and cleaning activities of harbor department land, streets, water areas and buildings. Also solicited steam ship companies to use the port facilities.

EDUCATION

A.A. in Business, 2005
Any Town Community College, Any Town, USA

ACCOLADES AND INVOLVEMENTS

American Association of Port Workers

Member of the Year 2005

NOTE: When writing a port traffic manager resume of your own use this condensed version as a sample for creating a complete one. Remember that potential employers look for specifics related to the job they want to fill. Include those details in your port traffic manager resume.