We appreciate how important your career is to you. You know what you want in your next position. We work with you to find that right position. We assure you that your communication to us will be treated with confidentiality and never share your information without your consent.
Job Seekers are treated with the same regard as our Employer and Recruiting Firm Partners. We want to understand your experience and desired “next step” in your career.
Resume is a tool which speaks for you in your absence. It portrays you as a professional and as an individual. Whatever your background is, no matter what type of job you are seeking, your resume needs to show your skills and experience as they apply to the new position.
Tips for Writing Winning Resumes
Use your resume to obtain an interview, not a job.
Resume should generally not exceed four pages. Leave white space. Use a font size no smaller than 10 point. Limit the length of your resume to 1-2 pages. Remember, resumes are reviewed quickly. Help the reader to scan your resume efficiently and effectively.
Avoid making tables in your resume as far as possible. Either write it in sentences or columns without a border. Since resumes are typically reviewed in 30 seconds, take the time to determine which bullets most strongly support your job search objective
For experienced professionals; resume should highlight work experience followed by educational qualifications; simply because the company will be interested in your work experience as compared to your educational qualifications.