The process of finding a job is a job in itself.
Unfortunately, most applicants have not had a chance to develop these skills.
As a manager and former HR director, Marie McIntyre knows what will impress potential employers and what will turn them off. By looking at your job search approach from the employer’s point of view, she can help you become a more appealing candidate.
Job Search Steps: Finding the right job requires certain basic skills which many applicants have never acquired. A successful job-seeking effort involves five specific steps:
- Establishing career goals which match abilities & interests
- Developing an effective, attention-grabbing resume
- Using personal & online networking strategies
- Creating a positive impression during interviews
- Making a wise decision when you receive an offer
Career Choice: If you are unsure of your career direction or have trouble finding work that fits you, our Career Choice Process may help. Using standard career interest and work style assessments, plus “homework” exercises and individual coaching, you can identify the type of job you prefer and the kind of place you like to work.
Resume Review: With our proven three-factor formula, we can sharpen your resume and make it more appealing to interviewers. If you are applying for plenty of openings, but not getting any interviews, then your resume may not be doing a good job of “selling” you to potential employers.
Networking & Interviewing: Through phone coaching sessions, we can help you develop effective networking strategies and sharpen your interview skills. Specific interview practice can help you present yourself in the best light and answer those difficult questions.
To arrange a job search consultation . . .
If you are interested in resume review or job search coaching, contact Marie McIntyre at firstname.lastname@example.org