It rarely happens that he understands the subject area of the vacancy for which he is looking for a person. In the specific case, he may be unaware that such buzzwords as “introducing effective schemes for the work of storekeepers and their distribution among the areas” are the optimization of work in the warehouse. So, if you formulate everything in such a way, then the HR-eye will hardly stop at your resume. You have to start from his understanding, or from the description of a vacancy, or from commonly used, professional terms, to understand what words your employer operates on. They must either conform to the description, or comply with generally accepted terminology, understandable to most. Therefore, we should reformulate our example as “Optimization of storekeepers’ work in the warehouse and organizing the distribution of warehouse workers to the sites. ”It’s not necessary to distinguish between bold, after all, HR is not a Yandex robot, I did it just for your understanding. It may be clear to you as a professional that the storekeeper is only in stock, but this is not clear to everyone, HR is looking for words like “warehouse” and “optimization”.
But you don’t need to clutter up your resume with very frequent use of keywords, you’ve probably seen such texts on the Internet, where very often the same word appears. So do not, use them in moderation. And remember that the use of common terminology should not make your text too general and abstract. For example, “optimization of the movement of a material flow through supply points” is very beautiful and sounds scientifically, but in general, but you must comply with the requirements for specifics, I wrote about it above. Narrow this wording, describe what you specifically did and implied by this, not forgetting the key word. Write more about professional merit.
Your achievements are what reflects your professionalism, initiative and diligence, those qualities that employers want to see in you. Do not be lazy to paint in more detail where and what you have done and improved. Here you can exaggerate. I already wrote about this in the article about lying to the interview. I repeat a bit: if you were only a participant in a project, write that you were its initiator and implementer (what’s the problem to tell so, you participated in the project and if it’s not very big, then you know a lot about it and you can tell it).
Assign yourself the achievements of your colleagues (just find out beforehand all the accompanying nuances they will ask you about them), there is nothing immoral about it, I myself told my former colleagues about my merits so that they could then tell about them as their personal ones. Remember everything your smallest achievements, write about them all, do not be afraid to recruit. This is an important part of a resume! I think that it is read more carefully than others.