Heidi M. Reese

10103 School Drive
Parma Heights, Ohio 44130

(440) 344-4444


  • To obtain a Human Resource Assistant position in which I can utilize my education, work experience and interpersonal skills.
  • Reliable worker with the ability to quickly learn new concepts and skills.
  • Backed by a reputation as a team player and passion for helping others.


Receptionist/ Cashier

 10/2009 – Present, Ganley of Middleburg Heights

  • Answers sales calls promptly.
  • Transferred calls and took messages for employees.
  • Dealt with big and small amounts of money.
  • Receipted all money for employees and customers. 

Teacher Assistant

5/2008 – 6/2009, Bass Lake Childcare and Learning Center

  • Shared responsibility with the teacher in taking caring of the children’s needs.
  • Organized and kept the classroom clean throughout the day.
  • Helped teach the class development skills in small groups. Examples- reading, writing and math. 
  • Informed parents of how their children did throughout the day.

Sales Associate

10/2006 – 5/2008, Fashion Bug

  • Sold clothing products to customers.
  • Advertised charged cards to customers.
  • Helped with inventory throughout the day.
  • Worked the cash register.
  • Informed all customers of the deals and savings on our clothing.


Cuyahoga Community College

2009- Present

Human Resource Management

Classes taken: Human Resource Management, Psychology, Macro and Micro Economics, Labor Management Relations, Intro. to Computers, Principles of Management, Business Communications, and Organizational Behavior.

Kaplan University Online


Business Administration and Management

Classes Taken: Intro. to Business, English Composition I, and Marketing.

Grand Valley High School

Class of 2007

Graduated with a 3.2 and took four years of concert choir and one year of yearbook staff.


  • MS Word
  • MS Excel
  • MS PowerPoint
  • People Skills 


References Available Upon Request


One Response to Resume

  1. Looks great. I’d try and rework your objective to be more specific to the job opportunity and include your anticipated graduation rate. SInce you do not have a lot related, you could also include specific course work or projects that showcase how you are qualified in your education section. In your coverletter, you can then address how your customer service skills are transferrable to this position.

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