Resume Review Service for Higher Education Technology LeadersYour resume is arguably the single most important document which represents the sum of your professional career. It should be packed with critical information that shines a spotlight on your achievements, attributes, strengths and skills. Your resume's quality test shouldn't be held during your next job search. This is not a resume-writing service. This is a comprehensive review of your resume to help you refine your resume so it reflects a strong, solid, concise representation of your professional career in higher education information technology (IT). After submitting the payment through PayPal please send a Word version of your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. The review will be completed and returned to you within two weeks. Drawing on more than 30 years leadership experience and more than a decade as a technology executive, Dr. Wayne Brown will carefully examine your resume for substance, style, and the appropriateness that is key for the senior information technology role. You will be provided with a detailed written analysis on these items as well as resume format and experience gaps that should be addressed to prepare you to compete for the higher education CIO position. Honest, quality-driven feedback to improve your resume, so it represents you and your professional career with a focus on the vital skills, ability and achievements to help make you competitive in the candidate search for senior higher education IT positions. - Overall look, feel, tone and style. Resume will be reviewed for flow and readability; is it easy to scan; do important skills, achievements and knowledge stand out. - Line-by-line, word-for-word review. Is the resume written for the senior executive level? Does it contain the necessary elements that hiring committees look for? Does it contain substance necessary to demonstrate you have the key attributes for a senior IT leader? - What is and isn’t necessary. Senior leadership roles may require more soft skills and less emphasis on hard technical skills. Know what is and isn’t appropriate. - Strengths, skills and experience translation. Sometimes a simple translation turns minor into substantial. This translation is especially important when coming from an outside career field into higher education, such as coming from the military. - What is missing or incomplete. Any experience gaps will be noted. Know where to build up your resume and what to emphasize. Does it address skills, attributes and experience hiring committees are looking? - Buzz words do matter. Does it contain the right words for the higher education technology job market? This is not a resume-writing service. This is a comprehensive review of your resume to help you refine your resume so it reflects a strong, solid, concise representation of your professional career. You will also receive a copy of one of the CHECS annual reports. Questions? Contact Dr. Brown for additional information.
Resume Review Service - $75.
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