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need sample resume for MS SQL DBA


need sample resume for MS SQL DBA

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sanketahir1985
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Hiii All

I need sample resume for SQL DBA,
can any body guide me, where will i find the sample resumes.

Sanket Ahir
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Why do you want a sample resume?

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i have joined as a fresher in DBA field 1.5 years ago,now i want to make my own resume ,as
i m looking for new job but don't have idea how to prepare resume for DBA,so that it would be more impressive & look professional.

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I don't have a sample, but from interviewing people what I expect would be for you to list your skills, qualifications and experience related to SQL - remember to be honest and try not to over state you abiliities, also include a couple of real world examples on how you have applied your SQL skills to benefit your current employer.


Also keep it short - 2 pages max.
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Good DBA's know how to find such things on their own. ;-) At least they'll try on their own, first.

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Here's an idea.

http://tinyurl.com/ycqnwyd



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hey i know that how to search on google i already done that
i just want u all expert's opinion rather guidance to prepare resume for DBA.
any help would be appreciated

Sanket Ahir
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sanketahir1985 (11/20/2009)
Hiii All

I need sample resume for SQL DBA,
can any body guide me, where will i find the sample resumes.


sanketahir1985 (11/23/2009)
hey i know that how to search on google i already done that
i just want u all expert's opinion rather guidance to prepare resume for DBA.
any help would be appreciated


;-)

--Jeff Moden

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Stop thinking about what you want to do to a row... think, instead, of what you want to do to a column.
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There are lots of people that are consultants or DBAs that list resumes on their blog. You can try Pinal Dave, maybe Brent Ozar, but you don't want to necessarily copy what they've done. There isn't anything wonderful you can put on a resume that will make it better.

Be honest, highlight the things you have done, emphasize DBA tasks. What have you done with SQL Server? You can tailor the resume to the job a little if someone wants more HA experience, make sure you highlight more of your experience.

Ultimately you can't put down more than you know. It will come up in an interview or later and cause you problems.

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Sanket try these Resume Template I have created my resume from this site hopefully helpful for you as well.
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