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Sample Researchers Helper Resume






The applicant in this researcher's helper resume focuses on her ability to deliver babies and treat women for reproductive ailments. All researcher's helper resumes should include any pertinent information and experience regarding the job seekers that will land an interview.


Helen Job-Hunter
456 Pickens Avenue
Some Town, USA 9999
Home: (888) 888-8888
Cell: (888) 888-7777
hjobhunter@sampleresume.com

OBJECTIVE

A position as a Researcher's Helper

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

Aptitude for research, fact-finding and checking, keeping files organized and up-t0-date; easy to work with; good communication skills

EXPERIENCE

Assistant Researcher, 2000 to present:

Annette C. Brannigan, Ph.D., Big City, USA.

Assisted Dr. Brannigan with research for her doctorate dissertation. Did initial research online, organized web site search, visited research library for her and helped compile notes, book titles, and individuals she wished to interview.

Researcher's Helper, 1998-2000:

Any City Community Nature Center, Any City, USA.

Helped the lead nature researcher with research into various bird and plant species, focusing on interesting facts and little-known bits of interest that the nature guides could use during their walking presentations with the public.

EDUCATION

A.A.,1998
Any City Community College, Any City, USA

ACCOLADES AND INVOLVEMENTS

American Association of Research Specialists

Vice Chair 2007

NOTE: This researcher's helper resume is a shortened version of a full resume. It is meant to serve as a sample for you to create your own researcher's helper resume. Include enough information to cover your previous work experience and training-roughly two pages.