Information technology is a broad category, so I’ve provided here a variety of clients’ resumes in multiple sub-disciplines. As with all resumes – in any profession – the key to success is to curate a list of specific accomplishments that show without simply telling what you are capable of.
And while almost everyone needs a section on his or her resume for software competencies, only IT professionals need to list a complete tool box of software, hardware, applications, programming languages, and so on in a separate section of the resume. Recruiters need to source IT positions based on more specific skills than other professions; resumes for IT professionals may get ignored without the right keywords.
I’ve worked with programmers, application developers, web designers, Internet security professionals, Quality Assurance engineers, desktop administrators, entry-level help desk people, UI/UX designers, business requirements writers, mobile technology experts, and others to create resumes for IT professionals that get them interviews.
Rising Star Resumes was quoted in this Dice 2017 article on writing IT resumes.