How to write your own Housekeeper resume?
1. Show that you fulfill the formal requirements of the job
This is essentially a must for each resume for a job listing which says, it is preferred to hire people with relevant previous experience. Instead of simply saying that your position was and where you worked though, make your ‘Work experience’ section more comprehensive.
When listing the places at which you have worked, include some sort of description of what you did and how you left the post. What did your customers think of you? How did your services differ from conventional approaches? Positive reviews and mentions of doing things that were maybe beyond your supervisors’ expectations can go a long way.
Housekeeper Work Experience Example
Housekeeper / Team Tierno Enterprises Inc, Sutter Creek, CA (2008 – 2008)
"Developed new and strengthened existing guest relationships with detail orientated customer service."
"Used strong organization and time management skills, working both independently and as a team member, to ready the inn and maintain our impeccable standards."
"Common responsibilities were to assist with the breakfast service, room turns, common area upkeep, maintain linen and supply closets, laundry, heavy cleans, and accommodate guest requests."
2. Sum up the key takeaways
So, you describe your previous responsibilities and achievements in detail. Great! Another tip we would give after you have followed our first piece of advice, is in fact building on it.
When a person describes something in whole sentences or longer bullet points it can become a little hard to follow what it is a reader should focus on. That is why good resumes ‘underline’ what they want readers to remember or take from their lists of previous work experience and other sections. In this case, you want to stress the skills and abilities in which you excelled when doing housekeeping work in the past. Point all of these out in a separate section of the resume
Housekeeper Strengths Example
"Attention to Detail, Customer Service, Dependable, Disciplined, Diverse Experience, Inventory, Planogram, Reliable, Stocking, Team Work, Time Management"
3. Find ways with which you can catch a reader’s eye
Something that would help this example of a Housekeeper resume is a feature that would make it stand out a bit more. Yes, a diverse skillset uncanny for a Housekeeper applicant is undoubtedly something bound to be interesting, but it would be even better if the person added some personal aspect to the resume like a profile introduction. Why do they want to do something seemingly basic at first sight? What is their motivation?