I spent 10 years in Human Resources and am a certified PHR. I was also one of the Bobs for about a year, until it crushed my soul.
Picture George Clooney in "Up in the Air,"
but younger and with more lipstick.
As a head hunter in San Francisco in the 90's, I looked at thousands of resumes. As the HR Director at a software startup in New York, I screened thousands more. As the Recruitment Director at a boutique outsourcing agency, I lived and breathed resumes.
And what does all of this mean to you?
I know what earns eyes, and I know what goes in the proverbial round file. I know how to optimize a resume for search and how to make it over the first round hump into the hands of the decision maker.
Over the years, I have positioned many professionals (and those who are eager to appear professional) for success. No, I don't lie. I simply repackage the truth in more appealing, more marketable and more "hireable" language. Take a look at my resume magic here.
Resumes: Before and After
Use this space to briefly describe each case study.
Ally McBeal required an updated presentation, blah, blah, blah.
Groovy Guy required an updated presentation, blah, blah, blah.
Vinny Barbarino required an updated presentation, blah, blah, blah.