The accomplishment section is sometimes used by some
candidates to highlight things that they have done in their
career that they believe deserve special consideration.
Normally, this section is only used by people with many
years of experience or at the executive level. If you have
only one accomplishment, there is no need to have a separate
section for this. You can mention the accomplishment in your
summary of qualifications and provide more details under the
work experience section.
The accomplishment section should be under a separate
heading and normally lists the accomplishments using bullet
points. It should have at least 2 distinct accomplishments,
preferably three or more. This section normally goes right
after the summary of qualifications and before the work
experience. Some professional resume writers like to put the
accomplishments section in a frame to highlight it.