Resumizer.com and Job-Interview-Site.com have examples of resume objective statements. The resume objective statement should include the position a candidate is seeking, the candidate’s qualifications for that position and the type of company the candidate is seeking to join.
A job-seeker should tailor the objective for the specific position, making sure to write it from the perspective of how the candidate can benefit the hiring company. Because employers scan resumes, looking for key phrases and qualities, a resume objective should be brief, to the point and placed at the resume’s beginning. The objective is written in the same style as the rest of the resume. If the job-seeker has many years of experience, a career summary can be added to the objective.
Some experts believe that a resume objective is redundant and unnecessary because a well-written cover letter and other parts of the resume can communicate the candidate’s objectives.