Professional Field Representative Resume
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765 Belle Fleur Blvd 1432 Ramdon Dr.
New Orleans, LA 70113 Lafayette, LA 70504
(504) 312-9504 email@example.com
Bachelor of Arts in Biology, University of Louisiana, Lafayette LA (1988)
Minor: Marketing GPA: 3.0 / 4.0
Awards and Honors: President of Panhellenic League
Computer Skills: MSWord PowerPoint Excel
Database Research LAN File sharing Internet File sharing
Field Sales Representative
Fisher Scientific Instruments, New Orleans, LA (January 1992 – Present)
Contacted customers and explained the features of Fisher’s line of laboratory instruments,
physical therapy products, such as ligament extenders and range-of-motion products.
medical instruments, such as laser surgery products and orthoscopic materials.
Regularly met or exceeded Fisher’s quarterly sales goal for each of its representatives of
Customer Service Representative
Fisher Scientific Instruments, New Orleans, LA (December 1990 – December 1991)
Answered phone calls from customers regarding delivery, quality, or operation of Fisher’s
laboratory instruments. Responsible for responding to customers questions in writing.
Administrative Assistant to Vice President of Marketing
Medical Electronics Inc. (September 1988 – May 1990)
Served as the administrative assistant to the Vice President of Marketing of the second largest
medical electronics provider in Louisiana. My duties included:
Compiled monthly sales reports, using figures provided by field sales representatives.
Conducted numerous market research activities, including web-based research,
primary surveys of customers, and statistical analysis of market data.
These projects necessitated the use and integration of MSWord, PowerPoint, Excel, online
Database access, LAN File sharing, and Internet File sharing.
New Orleans Convention and Visitors Bureau, New Orleans LA (May – August 1984 – 1988)
Led tours of New Orleans over the summer for groups of tourists from around the world. Groups
ranged from 5 to 25 individuals. During my fourth consecutive summer of employment, I also
trained new guides and prepared a new fact handbook, which was subsequently adopted as the
standard tour booklet of the Bureau.
Part-Time Admissions Clerk
University of Louisiana, Lafayette LA (September – May 1984 – 1988)
Worked 15 hours a week in the admissions office while attending college. Duties included filing,
processing applications, and corresponding with high school students and administrators.
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