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Before going to any meeting, put together a package of documents to leave with the prospective employer. Make photocopies of any relevant certifications, association membership certificates, bond certificate, locksmithing license, and the like. If the prospective employer wants you to complete a job application, attach
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RESUME John A. Smith, RPL, CJS 123 Any Street Any Town, Any State 01234 (012)345-6789 Job Objective
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Entry level position as a locksmith in a progressive shop.
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Can quickly open locked automobiles Can use key cutting and code machines Can install, rekey, and service many types of locks Can pick locks and impression keys Can install and service emergency exit door hardware Can operate cash registers
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Registered Professional Locksmith (RPL) Certified Journeyman Safecracker (CJS)
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Dependable (missed work only 2 days over the past 5 years), good driver (no accidents), bondable (no arrests), good health, fast learner, and self-starter.
Education/Training
BA degree in Business Administration from ABC College in Quincy, CA. Self-study with Locksmithing, by Bill Phillips; and the Complete Book of Locks & Locksmithing, 4th Edition, by Bill Phillips.
Memberships
Member of the International Association of Home Safety & Security Professionals Member of the National Safeman s Organization Member of the National Locksmith Automobile Association Work Highlights OFFICE ASSOCIATE SEARS IN QUINCY, CA FROM JANUARY 2004 TO PRESENT Man the switchboard; handle complaints; accept money; balance money taken from the safe, registers, and other areas of the store; train other associates; and work with all of the office equipment.
ASSISTANT MANAGER MCDONALD S IN QUINCY, CA FROM JUNE 2003 TO JANUARY 2004.
References Available Upon Request
Figure 20.1 If you have little experience or formal training, don t emphasize those things on your
resume .
Working as a Locksmith
John A. Smith, RPL 123 Any Street Any Town, Any State 01234 Phone: (012)345-6789 Job Objective
Seeking position as a locksmith/access control systems technician in a University.
Work Experience
April 2002 - Present, Manager of ABC Locksmith Shop in Quincy, CA. Supervisor of 6 locksmiths. Duties include: training apprentices; designing and maintaining masterkey systems; installing and servicing emergency exit door devices, electromagnetic locks, electric locks, electric strikes, and a variety of high-security locks; and manipulating, drilling, and recombinating safes. January 2000-April 2002, Locksmith at DEF Locksmith Shop in Brookdale, CO. Duties included: opening locked automobiles; rekeying, master keying, impressioning, and servicing a variety of basic and high-security locks; manipulating, drilling, and recombinating safes; installing and servicing emergency exit door devices and other door hardware; servicing foreign and domestic automobile locks; installing a wide variety of electric and electronic security devices; operating the cash registers. December 1997-January 2000, Key Cutter/Apprentice Locksmith at The Key Shop in Brookdale, CO. Cutting keys and assisting three locksmiths. Worked exclusively inside the shop during the first year, but did outside work about half the time thereafter. June 1995-December 1997, Key Cutter/Salesperson at Building Supply Hardware in Brookdale, CO.
Licenses/Certificates
Have a current California Locksmith Permit Certified Master Safecracker (CMS) Member of the International Association of Home Safety and Security Professionals Member of the National Safeman s Organization
References Available Upon Request
Figure 20.2 If you have a good, relevant work history, emphasize it.
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123 Any Street Any Town, Any State 01234 Phone: (012)345-6789
Today s Date
Ms. Patricia L. Bruce, owner The Lock & Key Shop 321 Another Street Another Town, Another State 43210 Dear Ms. Bruce: I can perform most basic locksmithing tasks, and especially enjoy doing foreign and domestic automobile work. Please look over my enclosed resume. I d like to meet with you to see if we might be able to work together. Please call me at your earliest convenience to let me know when I can come by your shop.
Sincerely yours, John A. Smith
Figure 20.3 A brief cover letter should be sent with a resume .
Working as a Locksmith
your documents to it. If he or she doesn t ask you to complete a job application, bring your documents to the meeting. Before the meeting, learn all you can about the prospective employer and his or her shop. Stop by the shop to find out what products the company sells and what special services it offers. Notice the brands of locks and safes the company sells, and become familiar with them. Call the local Better Business Bureau and Chamber of Commerce to find out how long the business has been established and how many consumer complaints have been filed against the company. Contact local, state, and national locksmithing trade associations to find out if the owner belongs to any of them. Also, before the meeting, read the current issues of major locksmithing trade journals. Study them to find out about major news related to the trade. Then be prepared to speak confidently about such matters. This will impress the prospective employer. Before going to the meeting, honestly assess your strengths and weaknesses. Consider which locksmithing tasks you re able to perform well. Also consider how well you can perform other tasks a prospective employer might want you to do, such as selling products, working a cash register, and so on. Then write a list of all your strengths and a list of the last four places you ve worked. Include dates, salaries, and the names of supervisors. At this point, prepare explanations for any negative questions the prospective employer might ask you during the interview. If there is a gap of more than three months between your jobs, for example, decide how to explain that gap. If you were fired from one of your jobs or if you quit one, figure out the best way to explain it to the prospective employer. Your explanations should put you in the best light possible. However, never blame other people, such as former supervisors, for problems in past jobs; this will make you seem like a crybaby or a back stabber. If there is no good explanation for your firing, it might be in your best interest simply not to mention that job unless the employer is likely to find out about it anyway. Don t lie about problems you ve had because if the prospective employer learns the truth, he or she probably won t hire you and might tell other locksmiths about you. The locksmithing industry is fairly small, and word gets around quickly.
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