When I left my Acquisitions Graduate Assistantship at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (because I graduated), my supervisor wanted me to write up a one-page summary of the work I did in the Acquisitions department.
This summary would help her recall what I had done, in case anyone ever called her up to ask about my credentials. And this summary might help to remind me of all the aspects of library acquisitions that I have experience in. This reminder could come in handy if I ever want to switch jobs in the future; if I want an acquisitions position, I have a nice list of everything I’ve already done. (No need to struggle to remember in order to fill out applications, or answer interview questions.)
My supervisor recommended creating one of these summaries for each job I have, so I can always return back to them and say “Hey, I’ve done that and that.”
So, I wrote up that acquisitions summary and you can find it here – Acquisitions Graduate Assistant.