This free bookkeeping resume is in MS Word. It has a great layout and is easy to download and edit. Simply change the wording to your personal information and to match the skills that you possess.
Scroll down to see exactly what you will get in this resume and also view the tips for using it. Did you know that a resume is also called a curriculum vitae?
Use this resume to apply for any bookkeeping job you are interested
in, and to enhance your chances of being called for an interview. You
won't actually be able to type into this page. You need to download the
MS Word document which is near the bottom of this page.
If you have any questions regarding this CV, please use the contact form. All the best with your job search!
Name: Address: Phone No: e-mail:
Your first, middle and last names Your address Your landline and mobile phone numbers Your email address/es
The next part of the bookkeeping resume illustrates how to lay out all your skills and strengths for a bookkeeping job in a summarized form. You can use some of the ones in the example below, take those out that do not describe you and add your own ones in.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Strong organizational and self-management skills
Accurate and attentive to detail
Polite and professional manner
Willing to expand skills and knowledge and learn new systems
Aware of the importance of confidentiality when handling employer’s and client’s business matters
Key Areas of Work Experience
Microsoft – Word and Excel / Firefox, Chrome, IE / Outlook, PDF
[Type here] Accounting Software
Electronic filing systems
Social media - Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook, Linked-In, Other
All aspects of debtors and creditors
Banking and internet banking, bank reconciliations
Month-end reports, and year-end preparations and reports
Chart of accounts maintenance
Petty cash maintenance
Downloading information from time sheets
Processing weekly pay runs in accordance with payroll laws
Printing of reports
Making payments by due dates
Filing and paying payroll deductions by due dates
Fast typing and transcription abilities
Logo, website and document designs and lay-outs
Skilled in minute-taking, faxing, e-mailing, photocopying, scanning, filing, record keeping, and reports; mail opening and distribution
Good handle on stationery ordering and office equipment maintenance
Able to receive clients and other visitors, maintain a diary
Booking of travel, accommodation and scheduling itineraries
A referee is a person your interviewer can contact to find out about your skills and character. The person should be your current or previous employer, a club president or volunteer workplace supervisor, who can confirm that you have got the ability necessary for the job you are applying for.
Name of person – Name of Business or Club – Telephone Numbers
Next referee(3 referees are usually enough)
Interests(list here all your interests - this is not compulsory)
This part of the bookkeeping resume is where you type details of all the jobs you've had over the years. For the headings, you can type the names of the employers and the years you worked at each place. Under the headings list the tasks you performed.
Name of Current Employer - 2008 to date
Responsibilities(the following listed tasks is an example of what you can put)
Maintain debtors – Invoicing, recording and banking payments, debt collecting
Maintain creditors – Reconciling invoices with statements, payment of bills
Data entry to QuickBooks Accounting software
Present monthly reports to owners
Confer with customers and vendors
Name of Previous Employer - Year to Year
Describe your tasks
Employer Before That - Year to Year
Describe the tasks at this job
Ready to download the Word version and make your own resume?
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