Professional Resume Design #DBJ003 | Dr Shirley Jackson
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Suitable for a wide variety of professional applications from a first job to advancing your career.
A contemporary and sleek resume template suitable for roles at all levels.
From school leavers to seasoned professionals, this resume template offers the flexibility to show employers what makes you the perfect hire for any role you apply for. Easily customised with new sections, this blank resume template includes headings and prompts to help you present your information professionally to meet the expectations of Australian employers.
- Layout meets Australian employer expectations and ensures you are positioned for success within your target industry by presenting your skills and experience in a manner that draws employers thorugh the text and allows them to quickly locate important information
- Applicant Tracking System (ATS) friendly layout with tips to boost your success in getting your resume into the hands of an actual human being.
- Purchase is for a single download of this resume template only with no expiry date on the download link
- Downloadable in .docx (Word) format to bypass the formatting restrictions that .dotm templates create
- Also available as a prefilled template and packaged together with a matching cover letter template
“Treasure your curiosity and nurture your imagination. Have confidence in yourself. Do not let others put limits on you. Dare to imagine the unimaginable.” ~ Dr. Shirley Ann Jackson
Dr Shirley Ann Jackson (not to be confused with Shirley Jackson the amazing author of The Haunting of Hill House) is a celebrated American physicist, philanthropist, and International Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (FREng). Not only was she appointed to the Nature Conservancy Global Board as a result of her dedication to environmental conservation in 2020, but the honors and awards that supported this nomination include the Vannevar Bush Award for “a lifetime of achievements in scientific research, education and senior statesman-like contributions to public policy”, appointment to the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology by President Obama, induction into the National Women’s Hall of Fame, and the National Medal of Science.
If this is not enough to inspire women to achieve greatness, she is among the highest-paid university presidents in America, was the first African-American woman to earn her PhD at MIT, and was the second African-American woman in the US to earn a doctorate in physics.