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I'm trying to figure out how to list several promotions within a company on my resume. I've found these similar questions:
- Implications of showing promotions on CV?
- Hiding promotions on CV because no real change in responsibilities
However, my situation is a little more complex: partway through my tenure, many roles were renamed, and there is overlap between them.
A bit more details on the role renaming: I started as "Junior Foo", was promoted to "Intermediate Foo" after a few years, followed by "Senior Foo" a few years later. Then the role renaming happened, and the "Senior Foo" role was renamed to "Foo". Now it's a few years after that, and I've been promoted to a "Senior Foo" (though it's one level up from the old "Senior Foo").
Also, there's not really a major difference between the various roles - increasing seniority for the most part gets a few more responsibilities added. To complicate matters further, "Intermediate Foo" is a name unique to this company and may sound strange to others hiring for a "Foo" type role.
These issues combined make my resume seem weird when formatted as suggested in the other questions (as I was promoted to "Senior Foo" twice, and there is a lot of overlap between the roles).
Would it be appropriate to list the job title as "Foo", and mention the promotions as the first bullet point with text similar to the following: "Promoted in 2009, 2011, and 2013 to more senior positions"? Even that wording seems a little awkward though...