I want to write the following statement in my resume.
Promoted twice in consecutive years (2011, 2012) as a top performer in the department.
I want to convey that I got one promotion each in 2011 and 2012, while also subtly bringing to notice that getting promotions in consecutive years is rather rare and special. However, I am worried that this statement could be interpreted to mean that I got 4 promotions. Not sure if "promoted in consecutive years" makes it clear that I got two promotions.
Is the phrase as above okay, or if not, how can I rephrase it to something unambigious? (If the phrase can also be made more "catchy", that's a bonus.)