How to describe your experience
When filling in the column "experience" in the summary should start with the last job, i.e. any company in which you work now or where you quit. If your work experience has more than 10 years, you should specify only those jobs in which you worked the last 10 years. Your first work experiences in such a case, the employer will not be interested.
The “work experience” section should look like this:
"Company XXX, 2005-2008
Field of activity: rendering legal services.
Responsibilities: development of standard forms of lease agreements, real estate purchase and sale, advising on real estate transactions, drawing up legal opinions, due diligence.
Achievements, participation in large projects: work on project XXX, participation as XXX, was responsible for XXX. ”
It follows from the above that it is essential to describe the scope of the company actually your responsibilities. If you had a lot of duties, describe the key. In this case, focus on what is important for the employer to whom you intend to send a resume at this time. Description of the experience necessary to "adjust" for the employer.
Don't forget to include your achievements, participation in large projects (maybe well known in your region). In the description of such participation necessary to outline the essence of the project and specify their role in it, list those areas that you answered. Describe work achievements, if any (e.g., "increased product sales by 20% over the last month").
Remember that the summary should be brief and very informative, because the hiring Manager often has no time to view all of the summary entirely. Try your description to focus the attention of the Manager on the most successful for yourself jobs, i.e. at work in the prestigious companies in which you engaged in the most serious projects, gaining important for the employer experience and rise in position.