have been really awesome throughout the entire interview process and
I have to tell you are one of the best recruiters I've worked with.
Thank you so much for everything. I couldn't have got this
opportunity without you."
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We have built our business on our relationships with our applicants
who want to pursue their personal vision or to leverage their skill
set for career advancement. Our client list comes from
our applicant pool which should speak volumes about how we treat you
as an applicant.
Our commitment to you is to strive to keep you informed and be
as open and honest as we can be. Our promise to you is that we will
call you back whether the news is good or bad. Nobody likes to give
bad news, and we are no exception, but this is our commitment to
you. If you have sent your resume in and we have not contacted
you, feel free to call or email us. If we have submitted your
resume and we have not provided you feedback, please contact us and
let us know. Common courtesy and follow up are what
differentiates us from many of the other Recruiting firms in
Having looked at resumes for nearly 15
years now, here are some general guidelines that will make your
resume stand out for the position you are applying for.
1. One resume does not fit
all. We recommend you keep several copies of your resume.
Build a baseline that lists your education, certifications, and
dates of employment along with the employer name and your
title. Tell the reader what you do on a daily basis along with
the tools and technologies used to accomplish these tasks.
Tell us the size of the environment, i.e. number of servers, so the
reader can get a good feel for your responsibilities. As
you apply for different positions, make sure to modify this baseline
resume so that the reader sees you have done what they are looking
for. Remember most of the time your audience is going to be
non technical. As a result, they are looking for keywords that
match the job description they are working on. Save the resume
with the company name you just sent it to. That way you make
sure to bring the right resume to the interview.
2. Multiple page resumes are
fine, but a 12 page resume is just overkill! Keep your resume
to 3 or 4 pages if possible. What you have been doing for the
last 5 or 6 years is most important, so put the meat of your resume
in this area. Positions you held 10 years ago can be listed as
dates of employment, employer and title with 2 or 3 sentences
explaining what you did there. If you have worked for the same
company for more than 5 years, make it a point to show how you have
advanced in the company.
3. Use the spell check on your
resume before it goes anywhere! When we see spelling errors on
a resume, we wonder if you have heard of spell check! Have
somebody look it over before you send it to make sure your sentences
are structured correctly and it looks clean.