Resume Profile writers have extensive experience working in human resources, staffing, and recruiting at brand name corporations and prestigious national search firms. We have received and reviewed hundreds of thousands of resumes in every job function sourced from job postings, resume databases, recruiters, etc.
We have sat across the desk from endless hiring managers reviewing tens of thousands of resumes and candidates and have been involved in the recruitment and hiring of thousands of employees. This experience is critical for effective resume writing. We know how employers assess candidates, evaluate resumes, and make interview decisions. Most writers do not have this vital experience.
Certified Resume Writer, Certified Internet Recruiter, Certified Career Coach, Professional Resume Writer, Senior Professional in Human Resources, Master Resume Writer, Certified Personnel Consultant, Master Career Director, Certified Recruitment Specialist, and Certified Executive Writer.
Staffing Manager, Senior HR Generalist, Talent Acquisition Manager, Search Firm Partner, Corporate Recruiter, VP/Director of HR, Change Management Director, HR Business Partner, Executive Recruiter, Copy Editor, Career Coach, Sr. Training Manager, MARCOM Manager, Technical Writer, EVP of Sales, IT Recruiter, Product Marketing Manager, VP of Communications, Public Relations Manager, Project Manager, Teacher, and Adjunct Instructor.
Deloitte Human Capital, Korn/Ferry, Spencer Stuart, Broadcom, AT&T, Aon Hewitt, AMD, Ceridian, McGraw-Hill, PepsiCo, Valassis Communications, Pfizer, Lockheed Martin, American Express, Cisco Systems, Aon Hewitt, Intel Corp., General Motors, Adecco Staffing, Wynn Resorts, Lee Hecht Harrison, Salesforce.com, Allegis Group, Compuware, Marriott International, McKinsey & Company, Edelman, JPMorgan Chase, and Grant Thornton LLP.
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