Managing Director Resume Samples
Managing Directors are responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the company or organization for which they work. Skills highlighted on the sample resumes of Managing Directors include maintaining the company's books via Quickbooks software, and increasing the company's ?customer base through the use of??? vigorous marketing strategies???. Employers look for either bachelor's or master's degrees in the field of business administration, or in another subject related to the industry, on the resumes of potential Managing Directors.
For more information on what it takes to be a Managing Director, check out our complete Managing Director Job Description.
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Sales of Government Tax Incentives (ex. Research & Development Tax Credits) directly to businesses.
- Partner with accounting firms and gain their endorsement to work with their client list.
- Leveraged established relationships to open doors to new business.
- Achieved 150+% of revenue goals.
- #1 in New Client/CPA development in 2008.
Managing Director responsible for new deal origination and business development in the private equity space
- Provided a pipeline of hundreds of deals through investment partners, other private firms and fundless sponsors
- Managed implementation of marketing and sales based transaction systems within the company to engage, track and execute deals
- Part of the team in sourcing and executing deals worth over $50MM in the first year of operation; bottom line revenues created to help attain profitability in first year
- Established massive networking opportunities for firm to raise capital, source deals and find debt placement through personal relationships around the world.
Supervised and managed high-end residential/commercial remodeling company employing five field and two office personnel.
- Directed, supervised and inspected all field operations.
- Managed all estimating and blueprint plan reviews, budgets, contract negotiations, subcontractor and vendors.
- Launched and grew company to $3.8MM in revenue in two years despite economic downturn.
- Marketed full-service remodeling firm specializing in whole-home renovations and commercial office fit-outs.
- Established reputation as one of NJ premier remodelers and acknowledged with numerous awards of excellence.
Expanded contract cleaning business 150% since 1997. Invested in green cleaning technologies. Business now delivers 30% net margins.
- 18 years of marketing experience with major companies as well as small business start-ups, consistently increasing revenue and decreasing costs.
- Managed a team of eleven full and part-time employees in job site execution.
- Negotiated and drafted contractual agreements with customers
Facility Managing Director
- Directed all aspects of business including business development, client services and operations for a facility generating $800k in yearly revenue
- Created and managed fiscal budgets and increased overall revenue by 80% over two years
- Determined best research methodologies and demographic sampling to attain best results for client's research initiatives
- Managed 15 employees, including hiring, pay increases, employee morale programs, annual reviews and terminations
- Spearheaded marketing initiatives for local panel development and maintained local office website marketing materials
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Posted on: June 7, 2017
As the first opportunity to market yourself, a good personal statement will win the attention of a recruiter. This article will provide some valuable tips and examples.
Although only a small paragraph at the beginning of your CV, it’s essentially your ‘elevator pitch’ – and an opportunity to sell yourself to the reader, like you might do if you came across somebody who could give you a job in person. You want it to hook a recruiter’s attention, persuade them that your CV is valuable and relevant to the role, and keep them reading.
In many ways, your personal statement is a piece of self-marketing. It’s a few sentences that highlight who you are, your skills, strengths, and career goals. The CV is there to tell your employment history and achievements, but the personal statement is a good chance to reveal a little bit of your personality.
You might decide not to have it if you’ve included this type of information in a cover letter, but if you consider a CV to be the story of your working life so far, the personal statement is a very useful entry-point.
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How to structure your personal statement
A personal statement shouldn’t be any longer than four to six sentences. Any longer than that and you’ll risk losing the attention of a recruiter, who might only take a few seconds to glance over your CV before deciding to read further.
For some, writing a personal statement might come naturally, especially if you already have your elevator pitch prepared for the ‘tell us about yourself’ question in a job interview. For others, this might not come so naturally, so here is what to include in a personal statement:
- Sketch out the main skills and experiences that are relevant to the job or jobs you’re applying for
- Narrow these into skill highlights you think are particularly important and worthy of mention
- Craft sentences that flow logically and tell a story. Try and make it descriptive enough to let a reader know you as a person, rather than as a series of work statements
- Take your time. Even for a natural writer, it can be difficult to create a concise and effective summary of your skills, expertise and experience
- Consider writing the personal statement last, as if you’ve been working on your CV you’ll have a much better idea about your overall skills and experience
The general advice for writing a CV also applies to the personal statement – make it specific to the different job roles you apply for. Like CVs, the personal statement might need changing or tweaking based on the requirements of the role.
What to avoid in a personal statement
“A dedicated and enthusiastic professional with extensive experience in …. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate at all levels. Enjoys part of being in a successful team and thrives in challenging working conditions.”
Recruiters are used to reading these types of lines in personal statements, so much so that they’ve become cliché. They’re also problematic as they don’t tell you anything about who you are, or even what you do. They could be made about any type of job.
An example of a good personal statement
A personal statement needs to show a company what a candidate can offer, whether it’s skills or relevant experience. It needs to be tailored to the job role, rather than a generic throwaway statement that could apply to anybody.
James Innes, Chairman of the CV Group and author of the CV Book, says that candidates should think about giving recruiters something different, personal, and more specific.
He gave this personal statement example:
A PRINCE2 qualified Project Manager specialising in leading cross-functional business and technical teams to deliver projects within the retail and finance sectors.
Uses excellent communication skills to elicit customer requirements and develop strong relationships with key stakeholders throughout the project lifecycle.
Demonstrates strong problem-solving capabilities used to mitigate risks and issues, allowing projects to meet deadlines, budgets and objectives.
Innes explained why he felt this worked as a personal statement:
“With just a little more specific detail, the personal statement has been transformed into something much more effective and individual. A recruiter can see that you are qualified and experienced in delivering projects in certain sectors. They know your communication skills have been used effectively and how your ability to solve problems has resulted in successful project delivery.”
In a competitive job market, it’s important to make sure that every area is covered. With a well-written and professional personal statement, you have an opportunity to make your CV stand out from the rest of the pack.
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