Best Way of Listing Extracurricular Activities on the Resume under one Company?

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Suppose that someone were a line check airman, first officer, captain, professional standards person, safety observer - all at the same company but under various timeframes. What is the best way of conserving space on a resume while listing the aforementioned extracurricular positions under a single company while also making things look proper? Would you list everything under an aviation employment section, or create a separate section on a resume for it? Note: please critique my example below; BTW, this person and their so called "credentials" are all too fictional! All companies named above are fictional, ha.

AVIATION EMPLOYEMENT:
Line Check Airman, Paradise Airlines.............................................................April 2018 - Present
Professional Standards, Paradise Airlines............................................August 2016 - June 2018
Safety Observer, Paradise Airlines.............................................................November - April 2016
Captain, Paradise Airlines.......................................................................September 2014 - Present
First Officer, Charter Express.......................................................August 2012 - September 2014
Flight Instructor, Flying Tiger Academy.........................................January 2011 - August 2012

Alternatively, could something like this work? Note: space after each company would be removed on the real deal, JC won't let me do it with unordered lists, though.

AVIATION EMPLOYMENT:
Paradise Airlines
  • Line Check Airman........................................................................April 2018 - Present
  • Professional Standards.......................................................August 2016 - June 2018
  • Safety Observer..........................................................................November - April 2016
  • Captain....................................................................................September 2014 - Present
Charter Express
  • First Officer..................................................................August 2012 - September 2014
Flying Tiger Academy
  • Flight Instructor.................................................................... January 2011 - August 2012
Which one method looks "cleaner"/"smoother"? Any other ideas?
 
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Cessnaflyer

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I only listed the highest level position with the company. I think they will usually assume if you are a captain you most likely were a FO first.
 
Suppose that someone were a line check airman, first officer, captain, professional standards person, safety observer - all at the same company but under various timeframes. What is the best way of conserving space on a resume while listing the aforementioned extracurricular positions under a single company while also making things look proper? Would you list everything under an aviation employment section, or create a separate section on a resume for it? Note: please critique my example below; BTW, this person and their so called "credentials" are all too fictional! All companies named above are fictional, ha.

AVIATION EMPLOYEMENT:
Line Check Airman, Paradise Airlines.............................................................April 2018 - Present
Professional Standards, Paradise Airlines............................................August 2016 - June 2018
Safety Observer, Paradise Airlines.............................................................November - April 2016
Captain, Paradise Airlines.......................................................................September 2014 - Present
First Officer, Charter Express.......................................................August 2012 - September 2014
Flight Instructor, Flying Tiger Academy.........................................January 2011 - August 2012

Alternatively, could something like this work? Note: space after each company would be removed on the real deal, JC won't let me do it with unordered lists, though.

AVIATION EMPLOYMENT:
Paradise Airlines
  • Line Check Airman........................................................................April 2018 - Present
  • Professional Standards.......................................................August 2016 - June 2018
  • Safety Observer..........................................................................November - April 2016
  • Captain....................................................................................September 2014 - Present
Charter Express
  • First Officer..................................................................August 2012 - September 2014
Flying Tiger Academy
  • Flight Instructor.................................................................... January 2011 - August 2012
Which one method looks "cleaner"/"smoother"? Any other ideas?
What does extra or curricular have to do with any of this???
 

CFIT99

I'm probably commenting ironically...
Easier/Cleaner the better. Progressive positions (FO>CA>CKA) need only the highest attained position (unless underlying circumstances)

Extra positions (Special Projects, Union positions, ACP, etc.) need their own line.
 
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