Bluff: How to manage Official and Unofficial Job Titles on Resume
My job title on my resume is bothering me. On the offer I accepted last year for my first role out of university my job title was listed as Management Trainee. However one of my first discussions with my boss, director of a small company, was that I should have a secondary one for clients to see, I had no idea as I was too excited about getting into the role so I adopted my predecessors title of Estates Consultant.
My question is how to present this on my resume I'm not sure if I should have a preference either way.
Bluff: How to put a change in responsibilities on a resume.
My main role is somewhat seasonal with short on site projects with intensive recruitment, training and supervision running through the academic year (October to April give or take) and so my role has evolved. My boss and I decided I would suit a customer support position, with no directs but working more closely with clients. This was chosen due to the businesses demands and my ability communicate with external clients . I'm not sure if I should be including these other responsibilities as a accomplishment i.e. "Given expanded responsibilities for dealing with client requests"
My issue is I've started to get some accomplishments in my support role and don't want to blur the line between paragraph job description and bullet point accomplishment.
Any opinions on either of these would be greatly appreciated.