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( 5 months ago )

How to list multiple related jobs on CV

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Liza Sain

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( 5 months ago )


Yes, you should showcase the relation between the jobs, to avoid confusion just as you mentioned.

Something like

Project Manager at A, 2015-current
- item1
- item2

Sales Manager at B (Wholly owned subsidiary of A), 2015-current
- item1
- item2

That said, I think you meant to write "2015", not "20015". You MUST NOT make these types of mistakes in the actual resume / CV.

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Rahul Chaudhary

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( 5 months ago )

 


Say I have a position of project manager at my company A.

Now at the same time, I also have a sales related position on a company B, which is related to company A, say it is child company of A.

On my CV I have these positions listed chronologically and separately (both having date 2015-current).

e.g.

Project Manager at A, 2015-current
- item1
- item2

Sales Manager at B, 2015-current
- item1
- item2

When putting on Resume is it better to indicate somehow that B is related to A?

Otherwise someone might be surprised how person can have two positions on two different companies, whereas if I indicate, it will give them a hint that these companies are related, and hence less confusion.

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