Scroll down to find out how our resume writing team can help you build a message that is also optimized for the ATS to land you the interviews.
There over 900 applicant tracking systems (ATS) used commercially by employers to sort, filter, and analyze resumes for candidates. These systems can be highly customized by each user and are all generally driven by job titles and keywords. Our professional resume writers use our proprietary method to build each client a resume that is customized to you and optimized the ATS. Here is our resume writing process works:
Share your old resume, links to jobs of interest, and any other details that you think will be helpful to them in the process.
Your resume writer will take the information to prepare a rough first draft. They may also ask follow-up questions in that draft.
You connect with your resume writer as much as needed to get the resume right for you. This is a back-and-forth process as your resume writer will need input from you.
Most people have a final version in 2 - 3 drafts. Make sure to request all edits within 30 days from the date your resume is started.
Meet with your resume writer as much as needed to get the resume right for you before, during drafting, or to finalize the editing process.
One cover letter comes with each resume package. Request a generic template or one built for a specific role.
Your writer will do as many edits as needed to get the resume right for you. Most people have a final resume in 2 - 3 drafts.
We stand behind every resume that is built for our clients. The Contingent Plan guarantees that you will be satisfied with our service and the quality of the final product. But, we can’t guarantee you an interview because WHAT you do with the resume is as important as what is on it. Not sure what to do with your resume once it is done? Schedule a free consult for our career coaching services today!
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