How to write your own Supply Chain Project Manager resume?
1. Demonstrate that you have the necessary knowledge
The reason why you want to demonstrate a sufficient, if not a more than sufficient background, in supply chains and manufacturing, is that the niche skills you will need to manage them are mostly built up over time. Let this be somewhat of a personal introduction of your knowledge to the reader.
The way of doing this is typically listing relevant work experience but we think a more ‘eye-catching’ approach is providing the reader with a compilation of the information needed to make a judgment of whether you are skilled enough. Additionally, if you do not have much work experience, mention your education background, so long as it is relevant.
Supply Chain Project Manager Education Example
MBA in Company – Logistics / Fundação Dom Cabral, São Paulo, Brazil (2014 – 2016)
Supply Chain Management/Engineering / Georgie Institute of Technology, Georgie, USA (2012 - 2014)
"Measuring and Managing Performance in Supply Chain."
"Warehouse/Distribution Center Layout."
"Transportation/Distribution Planning and Management."
"Engineering of the Warehouse."
Manufacturing and Transportation Engineering / Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil (2007 – 2012)
2. Add skills that may become useful in unusual scenarios
Managers have to do many different things. Sometimes, they are tasked with something that they nor their supervisor suspected they would have to deal with as part of the job. But, those scenarios may indeed come up and it is good to show recruiters you are somewhat prepared for them.
For example, in a globalized world where companies from different parts of the world constantly look to build partnerships abroad, it can be helpful to have a Supply Manager that knows how to communicate with a foreigner on how to integrate their production mechanisms into their company’s. If you possess any skills of a similar nature, be sure to mention them.
Supply Chain Project Manager Skills Example
"Portuguese - Native"
"English - Full"
"Chinese - Elementary"
3. Be descriptive and technical
Applying for a position that requires this much theoretical and technical knowledge means recruiters will be looking for proof that you are indeed a qualified candidate. Work experience and skills are a part of the mix in conveying that to them. Still however, anyone can write down where they studied or worked before, fewer people can accurately and technically explain what they did or have learned.
We want to emphasize the language you use here. Be sure to use technical terms and comprehensive descriptions wherever it may be relevant, as this is space in which you can show you actually know what you are talking about.