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CISCO Network Associate Resume

With the advent of computers came the need for networking. The reason being the ability of computers to connect with each other. When companies were struggling to find correct protocols to connect, CISCO came out with the most reliable and economic protocols for networking.

If you are willing to apply for the post of CISCO network associate, have a look at the job responsibilities:

Job Responsibilities of a CISCO Network Associate:

  • To work on LAN (Local Area Network), MAN (Metropolitan Area Network), and WAN (Wide Area Network)
  • To work on the protocols set by CISCO
  • To troubleshoot the networking problems

These are some of the very basic job responsibilities. In case you are applying for this job post, a sample of CISCO network associate resume has been provided here for your reference. One important thing to be noted is that for some of the positions, it is necessary to have a CISCO certification. While writing the resume, do not forget to mention your internship details, relevant work experience, and applicable certifications. It will definitely help you in getting shortlisted. Simple points to keep in mind are:

  • Grammar check
  • Spell check
  • Uniform format and font

Make sure that you leave no stone unturned in order to write a job wining resume. For your help, a sample of CISCO network associate resume is put up here.

Carlos D. Torres
67, MM blG.
4486 Nuzum Court
Buffalo, NY 14202
Email Address:
Phone: 46345-546-3245

Career Objective:

To work as a CISCO Network Associate in an organization, where I would be able to use my expertise in networking to increase company profits.

Career Summary:

I have worked as an intern for 6 months in ALLNET Groups Pvt. Ltd. I joined as a full time employee in the same organization as a Junior Networking Associate, where I worked for 3 years.

Educational Details:

  • Master of Engineering (Networking and Telecommunication), State University of Buffalo, NY
  • Bachelor of Engineering (Hardware and Networking), State University of Buffalo, NY
  • High School Certificate, Saint Helena High School, NY

Work Experience:

Industry: ALLNET Groups Pvt. Ltd.
Job title: Intern
Duration: 6 months


  • Troubleshoot the networking problems faced
  • Work on LAN, MAN, and WAN
  • Set up connections and place routers
  • Work for optimizing the wire requirements
  • Determine the correct medium for transmission
  • Calculate the medium efficiency and submit it to the senior CISCO network associate
  • Give presentations on the wire requirements, specifications, and margin requirements
  • Write codes for data layer and network layer
  • Supervise the work done in application layer
  • Work on both TCP/IP and ISO network layers

Industry: ALLNET Groups Pvt. Ltd.
Job title: Junior Network Associate
Duration: 3 years


  • Supervise the work in session and application layer
  • Set up network wiring and servers on each floor
  • Work on all seven layers of the OSI architecture
  • Convert OSI model into TCP/IP architecture
  • Write codes for transport and data link layer
  • Supervise the physical layer and troubleshoot issues
  • Calculate the efficiency of the network link
  • Decide the network configuration (worked on star and bus configuration)

Certification Skills:

  • CISCO CCNA Exploration Certification
  • SAP Certification
  • Good communication skills

Languages Known:

English, Korean, Spanish, and German (C1)


  1. Ilona J. Morgan
    56 / 67 Floor, jj Bl.
    2331 Kidd Avenue Block 1
    Dillingham, AK 99576
    Email Address:
    Contact Number: 6721-393-2312

  2. Gladys R. Vargas
    7th floor, BB bl.
    2749 Randolph Street
    Buzzards Bay, MA 02532
    Contact Number: 873-234423-4324

Read the sample of CISCO network associate resume provided above and cross-check if you have missed out anything important in your resume. You should keep in mind that your resume would be the first to get shortlisted for an interview call, so pay attention on the presentation and format. Use the format given by the employer, if provided. Make sure that you do not miss out on any of the points that would increase your chances of getting shortlisted. It is rightly said that "first impression is the last impression" and if your first impression is dull then it might create problems in your interview as well. So, get over your doubts and clear them; start writing a fresh resume, which would impress the employer at one go! Keep a grammar book and dictionary at hand while you write your resume.

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