英文简历模板Jane P. Jones
57 Clark Street Work:(212) 555-3427
Murray Hill, New Jersey 08030 Home:(201) 555-4243
A lead developer role in applied research and/or product development
--Master of Science in Electrical Engineering--March. 1976, from the University of California at Berkeley.
Master´s Thesis: "Piezoelectric Oscillator."
--Bachelor Science in Engineering--Electrical Engineering--June. 1974, from Princeton University with Honors in Engineering.
Member of Technical Staff, AT&T Bell Laboratories--1976 to present. Communication Applications Development--1983 to present
--Lead developer for projects merging our PC communication products with the PBX line including System 75 And Merlin
--Led the team which wrote protocol drivers and application code to manage resources such as available lines, trunks, common equipment, etc. for the AT & T System 30 PBX. The team developed new techniques for this effort. Much of it written in C on an AT&T 3B2/600 in a UNIX System V Release 3 environment
·Systems Engineering for Special Services installation and Maintenance (SARTS)--1980 to 1983
--Defined SARTS test position requirements and project managed test position development process from Requirements Phase through Beta Test Phase.
·TIRKS Development--1976 to 1980
--Lead developer of TIRKS (Trunk information Record Keeping System) Circuit Order Control Subsystem. Worked in an IBM MVS/IMS environment in PL/I and 370 Assembler.
--Inventor and lead engineer of the TlRKS Terminal Subsystem. a set of programs, screens, and a database which simplified and made uniform the procedures for entering small amounts
of tabular data permitting customer tailoring to the TIRKS system.
Memberships and Awards
-- Two patents pending on System 30 related work.
-- Member Association for Computing Machinery.
-- Member IEEE Computer Society.
-- Member Eta Kappa Nu.
-- National Merit Scholar.
Publications: See attached.
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Home Address School Address
23-40 Longfellow Street Hamilton Hall, R-226
El Segundo, CA 90245 State University
(213)555-6582 San Jose, CA 94587
A training program with a social service or government agency, leading to management position dealing with the public.
Communication Majored in English; minored in speech. Skills Reporter for school newspaper; covered political government news beat. Dormitory representative on student council Member of varsity debating team. Leadership Elected as representative to the Junior Skills Class Government council Editor, The Scholastic (college literary magazine) Student leader of orientation program for 1,500 incoming college students. Community Office of the Attorney General, Division Skills of Consumer Protection Office--summer of 1988, assisted in handling consumer complain and mediating solutions. United Way--summer of 1987, served as an intern observing, interviewing and training volunteers. Robbins Library--three school years as