Accounts Assistant

Trading company based in DMCC is looking to hire an Accountant to assist the Chief Accountant in Daily Accounting work such as Accounts Payable, Receivable, passing of Journal entries, etc Minimum 2 years of work experience as an Accountant in a medium size firm is a must. Indian or Filipino, female, is preferable for this post. Candidate should be well versed with Accounting softwares and MS Excel. Preferable if candidate can join immediately . Should be available in UAE for interview. Cover letter or below message should mention highest level of education, summary of previous work experience, accounting softwares known .

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  • Published:8 years ago
  • Compnay:Anonymous
  • Location:Dubai,UAE
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Dishonest Keywords : Resume Keyword Practices to Avoid

Resume Keyword Practices to Avoid
We’ve established that using resume keywords throughout your application boosts your chances of a human hiring manager seeing it.
However, be careful not to overdo it.
Packing your resume full of keywords is almost as bad as not including any at all.
Don’t forget that a real person will (hopefully) see your resume at some point. So use natural language that engages that person.
Make sure you balance hard skills vs soft skills on your resume to show you’re a rounded candidate.
Otherwise, they’ll think you’re either a bad writer — which indicates your communication skills aren’t good — or assume you’re trying to beat the ATS, making you seem dishonest.


Dishonest Keywords
It’s tempting to simply include all of the keywords you see in a job posting on your resume to maximize your chances of getting past the ATS.
But hiring managers are going to be suspicious if they see a resume that’s too perfect.
And even if you make it through to the interview, expect to be pressed with some tough questions about your skills.
Stick to the abilities and qualifications you actually have. Adding skills you lack will waste everyone’s time.