Your expertise in Azure can help you land the job of your dreams.

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But you need to communicate it to the recruiters by framing the perfect Azure Resume.

Success does not come overnight but as long as you can get the shortlist for the targeted job profile, there is a high chance for you to land the dream job you have been longing for.

And how do you achieve that?

Well, you simply need to be able to convince the recruiters through your Azure resume that you have the complete package to hold the targeted job profile.

Here is a summary of our Azure Resume 2020 Blog:

  • Curate your resumes according to the job profile that you are targeting by including the specific resume keywords.
  • Give your microsoft azure engineer resume its unique identity by writing your name as the header your resume to make it stand out in a sea of other average resumes.
  • Avoid irrelevant and unnecessary personal information in your azure support engineer resume unless explicitly asked for.
  • Your summary/objective is extremely important so make sure to give an overview of your resume by highlighting the achievements of your career.

Be thorough and thoughtful while framing your azure resume points to maintain a professional approach at all times.

By the end of this blog, you will be able to learn and write a shortlist-worthy azure developer resume:

  • What to write in your resume and how to write azure roles and responsibilities.
  • How to frame your experience in an azure architect resume in the best manner.
  • How to write a job-winning, ATS-targeted microsoft azure resume from scratch.
  • How to write an entry-level azure .net resume or azure experience resume.
  • How to optimize your skills and how to make azure resume points effectively.

. . . All so you can get the job that you want!

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Here is a list of all that you will learn in this blog:

What is an Azure Resume & why do you need it?

An Azure Resume is a source through which you can communicate your potential to the recruiters who can raise your chances of getting the shortlist that can take you closer to your dream job.

Almost every recruiter rely on the ATS (Applicant Tracking System) to filter through resumes to pick the most suitable applicant for the targeted job profile.

The ATS can scan through a sea of resumes and select only those applicants that possess the required skills for the targeted job profile.

To rank high on the ATS you need to use the keywords used by the recruiters for the job listing.

It may sound overwhelming but you need not worry because our Online Resume Builder can help you curate the best ATS-friendly resumes that can make you stand out.

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Azure Sample Resume

Take a look at our resume sample to know how an ideal Azure resume is perfectly framed:

4+ years experienced, meticulous & detail-oriented Azure Cloud Specialist possessing a proven track record of server
development & management, cloud management & automation, process enhancement, system administration as well as
stakeholder management. Adept at leading the development and deployment of SQL servers and multiple data warehousing
concepts. Proficient in the deployment as well as management of cloud-based infrastructure, especially on Microsoft Azure.
Highly skilled in managing different internal and external stakeholders as well as troubleshooting issues and initiating corrective actions.
• Server Management • Cloud Management • Migration to Cloud • Data Warehousing • Server Development
• System Administration • Process Automation • Process Enhancement • Data Migration • Stakeholder Management
• Troubleshooting • Technical Training

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
    ETL & Server Management
    • Led a team of 13 Software Engineers to supervise Extract, Transform & Load (ETL) development via SSIS (Primary)
    • Directed SQL Server development & deployed Data Warehousing concepts like Star Schema, Snow Flake, Fact Tables, etc.
    • Implemented new T-SQL features in SQL Server 2008 like Partitioning, Error handling, Common Table Expression (CTE)
    Cloud Management & Automation
    • Developed & operated proof of concept (POC) labs for A10 Cloud/SDN solution integration with SDN and Cloud ecosystems
    • Designed technical training material for internal stakeholders to simplify and scale A10 Cloud & SDN solutions
    • Led 3 Engineers for management & migration of traditional infrastructure to cloud-based automated infrastructure
    • Played a key role in architectural discussions to design solutions & ensure successful deployment & security in the cloud
    Stakeholder Management
    • Collaborated with onsite/offshore development resources from delivery partners to develop & test integrated solutions
    • Coordinated with a team of 5 Developers to initiate Advance procedures, triggers, functions, Indexes & exception handling
    • Liaised with the QA team to optimize queries by creating various clustered and non-clustered indexes
    Subject Matter Expertise & Performance Optimization
    • Deployed Python & PowerShell to conceptualize & implement automated solutions for common issues and procedures
    • Performed code reviews to align solutions with architectural standards & best practices for meeting quality standards
    • Identified, formulated & enhanced technical guidelines and best practices for the Integration Development team
    • Utilized subject matter expertise in enterprise applications to assess complex issues & architect technical solutions
    EDUCATION
      • Top 5 percentile of the class
      • Languages: English & Japanese
      • Microsoft Azure 70-533 Certification Training | Coursera | May '15 - Jun '15

      How to write your Azure Resume

      There are three stages of resume-writing that can help you curate the perfect resume in an organized and easier way:

      • Stage 1: Master Azure Resume
      • Stage 2: First Draft of Azure Resume
      • Stage 3: Final Draft of Azure Resume

      Master Azure Resume

      Before you start drafting your azure developer resume, create a master resume to use it as your master folder wherein you can gather all your details and pieces of information.

      Doing so can save you time and also avoid missing out on any detail while framing your azure resume for freshers.

      Simply gather all the information that would be required while framing your windows azure experience resume.

      Do not waste your time worrying about any unclear pieces of information because even though you may not need them immediately, you may need them in the future update of your resume.

      Just keep in mind that your master resume can be used as the master folder of all your details and information.

      First Draft of Azure Resume

      Once your master resume is done, start creating your first draft of your azure resume.

      In this stage you need to compose the following sections:

      • Header
      • Personal Information
      • Profile Title
      • Professional Experience
      • Education
      • Certifications (if any)
      • Awards & Recognition (if any)
      • Additional Information (if any)

      Remember to frame all your standard sections and then frame the optional sections if required.

      Final Draft of Azure Resume

      In the last stage of resume writing, you need to compose the following two sections:

      • Key Skills: Scan throughout your professional experience section to justify this section by identifying your core skills and frame them out in the “key skills” section. Compose this only in the last second step of resume writing.

      • Summary/Objective: Compose this section as the last step of resume writing. If you have 3 years and above of professional experience, frame a summary. Else, write an objective for your resume.

      Make sure to use our Online Resume Builder to curate a flawless Azure resume.

      Azure Resume Sections

      Every resume needs to be divided into different sections to make it easier for communicating your details to the recruiters while framing the perfect resume.

      Given below are the list of all the traditional standard sections that need to be explicitly framed:

      • Header
      • Personal Information
      • Profile Title
      • Summary/Objective
      • Key Skills
      • Professional Experience
      • Education

      The following optional sections can be framed whenever required to enhance the standard sections in a resume:

      • Certifications (if any)
      • Additional Information (if any)
      • Awards & Recognitions (if any)

      To know more about resume sections, you can read Hiration's 2020 Guide to sections in a resume.

      Or you can straight away go to Hiration’s Online Resume Builder to frame a flawless resume without any hassle.

      Azure Resume: Professional Experience

      The professional Experience section can communicate the highlights of your career to the recruiters, provided you frame it in the right way.

      The three factors that can help you curate the perfect professional experience section are given below:

      • STAR Format
      • Frame Points
      • Bucketing & Bolding

      STAR Format

      Use the STAR format to create the cause-effect relation in your statements.

      STAR describes the following points:

      • S describes the situation/backdrop/context of your contributions to an organization.
      • T describes the roles and responsibilities assigned to you in the form of an actual task.
      • A describes the strategy you put into action to execute the task assigned to you.
      • R describes the result or outcome of your action in the form of an achievement figure.

      Framing Points

      Let us compare two examples to understand the importance of framing your points and learn ho wit can be used while framing the professional experience section.

      Azure Resume Example 1

      "Effectively led a team of 10 Software Engineers to efficiently supervise the development of Extract, Transform, and Load (ETL). Directed the SQL Server development and simultaneously deployed the Data Warehousing concepts like Fact Tables, Star Schema, and Snow Flake. Operated the proof of concept (POC) labs for A10 Cloud/SDN solution integration Cloud ecosystems. I also simplified the A10 Cloud and SDN solutions by successfully designing technical training material for internal stakeholders. Managed the migration of traditional infrastructure to automated cloud-based infrastructure. Successfully designed effective solutions for ensuring the deployment of safe cloud security."

      Azure Resume Example 2

      • Led a team of 10 Software Engineers to supervise Extract, Transform & Load (ETL) development
      • Directed SQL Server development & deployed Data Warehousing concepts like Fact Tables, Star Schema, Snow Flake
      • Operated proof of concept (POC) labs for A10 Cloud/SDN solution integration Cloud ecosystems
      • Simplified A10 Cloud & SDN solutions by designing technical training material for internal stakeholders
      • Managed the migration of traditional infrastructure to automated cloud-based infrastructure
      • Designed solutions for ensuring successful deployment of cloud security

      Framing Points: Analysis

      Both the Azure resume examples are stating the same things but framing points (example 2) can make your statements more readable as compared to lengthy paragraphs (example 1).

      Simply use bullet points to frame your points to make it more clear and specific for the recruiters to read and comprehend your statements.

      And strictly avoid writing lengthy paragraphs as it makes your statements look bulky which may fail to intrigue the recruiters to go through your microsoft azure resume even though you may possess the required skills.

      Bucketing & Bolding

      Bolding & bucketing are another important feature in a resume that can make your professional experience section stand out amongst any other average resume.

      Let us look at the two azure developer resume examples to understand the importance of bucketing & bolding and how it can be applied while framing your azure resume points.

      Azure Resume Example 1

      • Led a team of 10 Software Engineers to supervise Extract, Transform & Load (ETL) development
      • Directed SQL Server development & deployed Data Warehousing concepts like Fact Tables, Star Schema, Snow Flake
      • Operated proof of concept (POC) labs for A10 Cloud/SDN solution integration Cloud ecosystems
      • Simplified A10 Cloud & SDN solutions by designing technical training material for internal stakeholders
      • Managed the migration of traditional infrastructure to automated cloud-based infrastructure
      • Developed & tested integrated solutions by collaborating with onsite development resources from delivery partners
      • Liaised with the QA team to optimize queries and created various clustered/non-clustered indexes

      Azure Resume Example 2

      ETL & Server Management

      • Led a team of 10 Software Engineers to supervise Extract, Transform & Load (ETL) development
      • Directed SQL Server development & deployed Data Warehousing concepts like Fact Tables, Star Schema, Snow Flake

      Cloud Management & Automation

      • Operated proof of concept (POC) labs for A10 Cloud/SDN solution integration Cloud ecosystems
      • Simplified A10 Cloud & SDN solutions by designing technical training material for internal stakeholders
      • Managed the migration of traditional infrastructure to automated cloud-based infrastructure

      Stakeholder Management

      • Developed & tested integrated solutions by collaborating with onsite development resources from delivery partners
      • Liaised with the QA team to optimize queries and created various clustered/non-clustered indexes

      Bucketing & Bolding: Analysis

      The Azure resume examples are stating the same things but as compared to the framed points (example 1), using bucketing and bolding (example 2) can make your statements more organized.

      Create unique headings (bucketing) and list all the similar points together to make it more clear for the recruiters to read and comprehend your statements.

      Once all the similar points are listed under the relevant buckets, bold the significant highlights of your career.

      Doing so can make your statements easier for the recruiters to read and make them recognize your significant potential.

      There is more to learn about this section and for that, you can read Hiration's Blog on how to compose the work experience in your resume.

      The below-given azure sample resume is showcasing how an ideal professional experience section can be framed:

      Professional Experience section in an Azure resume

      Azure Resume: Key Skills

      The recruiters ideally spend 6-10 seconds on a single resume and you need to make your windows azure administrator resume stand out to intrigue the recruiters.

      Framing a flawless key skills section can help you communicate the core skills that you possess to the recruiters.

      Make use of the keywords used by the recruiters for describing the targeted job profile.

      Doing so can also help you rank high on the ATS and raise your chances of being shortlisted by the recruiters.

      Make sure to read Hiration's 2020 Guide on what skills to put on a resume to get a better understanding of how to curate this section.

      Here is an azure sample resume showcasing the perfect ATS-targeted key skills section:

      Key Skills section in an Azure resume

      Azure Resume Summary

      Give an overview of your azure developer resume by composing the perfect summary of your windows azure experience resume.

      Read and follow the list given-below to frame the perfect summary of your azure experience resume:

      • Write your summary at the end as it is easier to decide what to frame in your resume summary.
      • Pick the most significant highlights of your career from your work experience section.
      • Try to include the keywords that the recruiter has used in the job listing of the targeted job profile.
      • Stick to framing a resume summary that does not exceed 4 lines.
      • Write a resume summary only if you have professional experience of 3 years and above.

      Learn how to write an impactful summary for microsoft azure resume by reading Hiration's 2020 Resume Summary Guide.

      Attached below is an azure developer resume sample showcasing the ideal resume summary for your azure architect resume:

      Summary section in an Azure resume

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      Azure Resume Objective

      A resume objective should be written only if:

      • you have no work experience.
      • you have very limited work experience of less than 3 years.
      • you are a fresh graduate writing an entry-level resume.

      Do not highlight a shopping list of things you're looking for, but instead mention the value you can contribute to your targeted organization.

      The role of your azure resume for freshers objective is to convince the recruiter that you are the perfect applicant they are looking for.

      Read Hiration's 2020 Guide on Resume Objectives to learn more about resume objectives.

      Azure Resume: Header

      A resume needs a perfectly framed header to give it a unique identity of its own.

      Write your full name as the header to make it easier for the recruiters to keep a track of your azure developer resume.

      Keep the following points in mind while framing your azure experience resume header:

      • It should be written in the topmost part of your resume.
      • It should be written in the largest font size.
      • This should be in the range of 16-20 font size.
      • Give a single space between your first name and last name.
      • If you have a middle name, write your first name, followed by the first initial of your middle name in capital letters, followed by your last name.
      • Example: Maxine Rhonda Hobbles should be written as "Maxine R. Hobbles".

      Hiration’s 2020 Guide To Writing The Perfect Resume Header can help you learn more on how to curate the perfect header for your azure resume for freshers and experienced applicants.

      Check out the given snapshot of an ideal windows azure experience resume header that we have made with Hiration’s Online Resume Builder:

      Header section in an Azure resume

      Azure Resume: Personal Information

      You must provide some details of your personal information in your azure developer resume for the recruiters to get in touch with you for any possible shortlist.

      Here is what an ideal personal information section should contain:

      • Contact Number
      • Email Address
      • Current Location

      Hiration Protip: Depending on the country you're targeting, go through the resume requirements around personal information and update it accordingly.

      Contact Number

      Provide your active contact number that is functional so that the recruiters can get in touch with you for any official purposes.

      For instance, the recruiters may want to interview you over the phone or may need your verbal confirmation for scheduling an interview.

      In such cases, your contact number comes in handy and plays an important part in making communication easy between you and the recruiters.

      The correct format for writing your contact number is provided below:

      • Use your country’s ISD code as a prefix before your phone number
      • Put a plus sign (+) before the ISD code
      • Eg: +1 62846 03832

      Hiration Pro Tip: If you have 2 or more mobile numbers, make sure that you accurately mention only that mobile number on which you are available 24x7. If the recruiter cannot get in touch with you, there is no use of penning down your contact number in your details. Hence, be extra sure that you are writing it correctly in your resume.

      Email Address

      Always provide your official email address in your azure developer resume for the recruiters to get in touch with you.

      Example: maxinehobbles@xyz.com or maxine@xyz.com

      Strictly avoid fancy and childish email IDs as it may present you to the recruiter as an unprofessional applicant.

      Example: maxinethegreat@xyz.com or thegreatmaxine@xyz.com

      Hiration Pro Tip: Since your email ID is a professional communication channel between you and your recruiter, you should write it as professionally as you can. For example, use your real full name in your email ID. Avoid using flimsy nicknames while drafting your email address in your resume.

      Current Location

      Keep the following points in mind while framing your current location in your azure developer resume:

      • Do not mention your house number, street number, and your locality name are unnecessary.
      • Mention the city and state of your residence if you are looking for a job in your own country. But if you are looking for a job outside your country, simply mention your city and country of residence.

      Learn more about this section by reading Hiration's 2020 Guide to composing your contact information.

      An ideal personal information section should look like the azure sample resume given below:

      Personal Information section in an Azure resume

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      Azure Resume: Profile Title

      Your professional identity in your azure architect resume can be highlighted by framing the perfect profile title.

      It ideally communicates the following facts to the recruiters:

      • Your current designation.
      • Your functional industry.
      • Your level of seniority in your line of work.

      Remember the below-mentioned guidelines to write it accurately:

      • It should be the second-largest text in your resume after your header.
      • It should ideally be in the range of 14-16 font size.

      Never exaggerate your profile title as it will pass off as intentionally cheating the recruiter.

      Refer to our azure developer resume sample to get a better insight of how an ideal profile title is flawlessly framed:

      Profile Title section in an Azure resume

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      Azure Resume: Education

      The level of your educational qualification can add value to your azure developer resume as per the requirement of the job that you are applying for.

      It can make the recruiters recognize the level of scholastic degree that you have obtained and hence raise your chances of a shortlist.

      The education section of your azure experience resume should ideally consist of:

      • Name of the school/university you have attended.
      • Name of the courses you have pursued.
      • The location of your school/university.
      • Enrollment and graduation dates in the month & year format.

      To read an exhaustive guide on how to accurately curate the education section, read Hiration's 2020 Guide on how to list education on your resume.

      Refer to the below-given azure developer resume sample showcasing the ideal education section:

      Education section in an Azure resume

      Azure Resume: Certifications

      The certifications section can also help boost your resume as it can make the recruiters recognize you as a dedicated applicant who possesses certification to practice one's field of work.

      The certification section of your azure developer resume communicates the following details:

      • Certification course name.
      • Name of the institute of affiliation.
      • Location of the institute of affiliation.
      • Enrollment and completion date of the course in the month & year format.

      The above mentioned points can be arranged in the format given below:

      {Name of certification} | {Affiliating Institution} | {Location} | {Date} (month & year format)

      Read more about this section on Hiration's 2020 Guide on listing certifications on a resume to get a better understanding.

      Look at our azure sample resume demonstrating the ideal certifications section for your resume:

      Certification in an Azure resume

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      Azure Resume: Additional Information

      If you can speak, read or write more than one language, list them in the "Additional Information" section.

      You can also list out any productive hobby that you keep which is relevant to the job that you are applying for.

      The azure developer resume sample that we have attached below shows what a perfectly composed additional information section of your .net azure resume:

      Additional Information section in an Azure resume

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      Key Takeaways

      • Your azure resume for freshers header should be written in 16-20 font size and your profile title should be written in 14-16 font size.
      • Use the month & year format throughout your microsoft azure engineer resume to provide the timelines that you mention.
      • Provide only the specific personal information and avoid any unnecessary pieces of information that are not required by the recruiters.
      • Use one-liner points to communicate your roles & responsibilities while using the STAR format to create cause-effect relation in each point.
      • Organize similar points under unique buckets and bold your key achievements to specify and highlight each point.
      • Start every point with a power verb by using action verbs in the past tense for past profiles and action verbs in the present continuous tense for present profiles.
      • Limit your azure support engineer resume objective/summary to only 3-5 lines.

      Now that we have reached the end of this blog, make use of all the resumes examples and azure sample resume that we have provided in this blog as it can help you in writing a great resume.

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