I currently work for Fortune 500 company. When I "started" there, I was a contractor so officially I worked for a different company. Later, I was hired on as an employee, so that Fortune 500 company started signing my paychecks. On my resume, I want to emphasize that while I was a contractor I worked at the Fortune 500 company. Currently I accomplish this using this format on my resume: ----- Big Company, as an employee start-end Job Title location - skill 1 - skill 2 ----- Big Company, as a contractor start-end for another company Job Title location - skill 1 - skill 2 I think this is really awkward and confusing. How has anyone else done this in the real world? Thanks!
Example: North American Van Lines (June 1990 - Jan 1995) Java Developer (as Contractor) .... what you did Java Architact (as Employee) .... what you did Environment: JDK1.4, JSP, Servlets, EJB, IBM WebSphere, WIN-NT, AS400, MQ-Series --------------------- Above is just a suggestion. - What you don't want to do is repeat the Fortune 500 company name twice. Just list it once in main heading and use two smaller sub-headings. - At interview - the person may or may not ask for more specific dates. Can actually save that for the employment application. John Coxey (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Evansville, Indiana, USA
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