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Sample Protective Service Worker Resume






A protective service worker resume focuses on the job hunter's experience providing the most current list of duties and responsibilities. It is essential for protective service worker resumes to include this information if the job seeker hopes to get hired.


Reed Job-Hunter
108 Valley View Drive
Any Town, USA 99999
Home: (888) 888-8888
Cell: (888) 888-7777
rjobhunter@sampleresume.com

OBJECTIVE

A position as a Protective Service Worker

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

Compassionate; attentive to detail; a heart for the work; safety-conscious; knowledgeable about the laws protecting children and adults from abuse

EXPERIENCE

Protective Service Worker, 2000 to present:

Any City Child Protective Services, Any City, USA.

Chief responsibilities included receiving reports of abused, exploited, or neglected children. Also took in sufficient information to make a professional evaluation of what kind of protective service the person needed, filed petitions, as necessary, for the appointment of a guardian or conservator.

Assistant Protective Service Worker, 1998-2000:

Any City Child Protective Services, Any City, USA.

Worked alongside service workers to acquire correct information about the abused or neglected child, and to fill out appropriate paperwork to start the process of legal protection.

EDUCATION

B.A., 2000
Social Work, Smith University, Some City, USA

ACCOLADES AND INVOLVEMENTS

American Association of Protective Service Professionals

Excellence in Work Award, 2006

NOTE: Create a protective service worker resume of about two pages, containing enough information to show the employer what you have to offer. You can use this brief example to write a protective service worker resume that perfectly suits your background and work experience.