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From Associate professor(Aerospace engineering) to Scrum Master - Resume help

Last post 06:04 am January 24, 2023 by Madhavi Nagireddy
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06:04 am January 24, 2023

Hello,

I just passed the PSM I and I'm now planning to change career from Associate professorand In-charge Head of the department (11 years) to Scrum Master. I'm from the India  living  in hyderabad. apart from teaching and admin works i also work for a company for ERP related to aeronautical project as SME. i learned manual and automation testing also and done internship related to testing and scrum role for real time projects.

I'm planning to promote my transferable skills in any upcoming SM interviews. but I want to make sure that my resume is the best it can be to get my foot in the door. 

I would be so grateful if any experienced Scrum Masters/Hiring managers etc.  to help me to preparing  my resume


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