CISSP Endorsement... and Resume

EasyPeezyEasyPeezy Posts: 111Member ■■■□□□□□□□
I was going to send my resume to ISC2 until I saw this... Can anyone confirm that their resume was anything like this?

-- BEGIN SAMPLE RESUME --

Resumé of John Doe


John Doe
e‐mail :
Phone :
Mobile :
Fax :
ISC2 CISSP Exam ID number:

Education
• Degree 1; description
• Degree 2; description


Job1 : Date 1 – Date 2
Company Name, Address Supervisor :
Email:
Telephone:
[X] Task 1; Task 2; Project1; Project 2 [TELECOMMUNICATIONS; x months]
[X] Task 1; Task 2; Project1; Project 2 [ACCESS CONTROL; y months]
[X] Task 1; Task 2; Project1; Project 2 [OPERATIONS SECURITY; z months]

Endorser’s Comment:
[ ] Valid Experience
[ ] Not Valid Experience
[ ] Experience Validity Indeterminate




Job2 : Date 1 – Date 2
Company Name, Address Supervisor :
Email:
Telephone:
[X] Task 1; Task 2; Project1; Project 2 [TELECOMMUNICATIONS; x months]
[X] Task 1; Task 2; Project1; Project 2 [ACCESS CONTROL; y months]
[X] Task 1; Task 2; Project1; Project 2 [OPERATIONS SECURITY; z months]

Endorser’s Comment:
[ ] Valid Experience
[ ] Not Valid Experience
[ ] Experience Validity Indeterminate

[et cetera]

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Comments

  • MSP-ITMSP-IT Posts: 752Member ■■■□□□□□□□
    No, I think it's a little overkill to express the timeline of each domain. A normal resume should be fine.
  • jvrlopezjvrlopez Posts: 911Member ■■■■□□□□□□
    Don't have to follow a format or template. Just make sure you provide the info they explicitly say that they want (address, email/phone number of supervisor). You can add it in if you don't have it already. I did that as well as specifying the amount of months I worked there to make it easy on them (my start and end dates were already there).
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  • gooner1gooner1 Posts: 13Member ■■■□□□□□□□
    I never included work address or supervisor email (included name and phone number). Sent it in 3 weeks ago so we'll see if they come back and ask for that.
  • mjsinhsvmjsinhsv Posts: 167Member
    Did ISC kick it back to you? How long did it take once you sent it in?
    Do they require the complete street address or will city and state suffice?
    gooner1 wrote: »
    I never included work address or supervisor email (included name and phone number). Sent it in 3 weeks ago so we'll see if they come back and ask for that.
  • cyberguyprcyberguypr Senior Member Posts: 6,844Mod Mod
    Somewhat old thread but no detailed info is necessary if you are having someone endorse you. The only time you'll need all those details is a) if you can't find an endorser and are having ISC2 endorse you or b)you get audited. Under normal circumstances your endorser is vouching for you so he/she has the burden of making sure your experience claims are valid.
  • mjsinhsvmjsinhsv Posts: 167Member
    I respawned the thread because I can''t find someone who can endorse me.
  • impelseimpelse Posts: 1,227Member ■■■■□□□□□□
    I just sent mine, I did not put time per domain, only the skills and the applicable domain. I am waiting the review from the person who is endorsing me.
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