Chief Human Resources Officers have administrative functions mainly because they manage the human resources of the company.  Their responsibilities include evaluation of employee records, planning and implementation of staff development programs, staff hiring, position promotions, performance assessment among others.  Chief Human Resources Officers make strategies to fully access the potentials of the labor section of a company and work in compliance with company values and goals.

Chief Human Resources Officer Resume Template

Ryan Pengly

897 Fischer St.

Arizona, 7893

Phone: (212) 210-2100


Experienced and responsible professional seeking for a position as Chief Human Resources Officer

Summary of Qualification

  • Excellent skills in analyzing and evaluating employment and staff personal records and appraise whether they can be candidates for promotions or demotion
  • Highly knowledgeable in drafting strategies for staff development to increase productivity
  • Very good interpersonal, social and communication skills
  • Highly skilled in maintaining personable relationships with staff and employees
  • Exceptional skills in devising and executing human resources operations strategies

Career Experience/Job History

2008 – 2011: Chief Human Resources Manager, Stanfield Staffing

  • Conducted in-depth reviews of employment records and interviewed them for promotion evaluations
  • Developed long-term and short-term staff development strategies with compliance to company values and goals
  • Created operations plans and regularly assessed health conditions of employees
  • Closely coordinated with the accounting and finance divisions to transact the appraisal and disbursement of salaries

2008 – 2011: Human Resources Supervisor, Miller Foods Company

  • Oversaw the operations of employees in the different departments
  • Resolved human resources and employment issues requiring law implementations
  • Created plans and regularly assessed its viability while introducing revisions if necessary


2004-2008: Master of Arts in Human Resources Management, University of Arizona

2000-2004: Bachelor of Arts in Human Resources Management, University of Arizona

Professional reference will be furnished upon request