Overall, I think you can improve the format a lot. You should also consider going to one page. If you do go to one page, or want to clean things up, consider removing the objective and highlights sections. Also be sure to add a skills section at the bottom, specifically if youre staying in a more quantitative track.
Again, I dont think the objective is needed. Your work experience is excellent and you should promote that by placing it up at the top.
Consider shifting your section headers to the left and removing the grey bar, minor changes.
Very impressive work experience. As a recruiter, I would like to see bullets here rather than a block of text. Start you bullets with action words and focus on goals you achieved, not just positions youve held.
Also, in the finance/accounting, you will want to make sure to highly quantify your bullet points. I highlighted one example you have, but show more. Numerical values jump out at employers. Put your best foot forward with impressive stats about $ amounts, numbers of people you managed, amounts of time.
On a side, next time feel free to keep your employer names on your resume. With Razume, you can block and information as you upload, so no needs to tailor your resume for privacy before then.
I think this is really great experience, that shouldnt be segmented from the rest. Add it in, even if its not paid, it looks very impressive. Just state in your bullet points it was unpaid for clarification. But ask your peers on this one, recruiters might also get confused without having this in a different section.
Again, I dont see a lot of value in this section. These bullets only pull their weight when associated with the positions you held. Add this language to your work history.
It would be best to see a skills or leadership section here. Skills should focus on hard skills, computer applications and languages. This would be helpful for finance/accounting. Also do you have your CPA, if so, list that under skills.
Vptrice, good start here with your resume. Comparing your chronological version to your functional draft, I would suggest you stay with this chron version as it's more clear to employers your work history. The functional version is much less consistent and deemphasizes your work history, which is really your selling point. You do have enough work experience to merit a two page resume, but I would also consider going to one page. I don't particularly care for the "Highlights of Effectiveness" section. It's not traditionally included in a resume, take a look at some top rated resumes in finance/accounting or people management for more examples. Please see my suggestions on top of your resume for more details. At this stage, I'd suggest requesting more feedback from knowledgeable peers in your field by sending them the link to your resume on Razume. The more feedback from the right people, the better. Best of luck.
Thanks for the feedback. In response to the question on the other version, I am not looking for a position outside of my current employer; so the language is purposely specific. I've omitted some of my work experence to prevent dating myself, and captured it in Highlights (which I've retitled "Accomplishments"). I've been told that this section makes my resume stand out from my employer's typical candidates. I did look at high-rated resumes on this site for ideas, but most have less than five years' experience. I wasn't sure what some of the editing highlights indicated. Specifically, are you saying I should move my volunteer experience before my paid work experience?