Your resume is your best chance at being selected for an interview. It is the most important tool to have when applying for any positions. Your resume needs to highlight your strengths and attributes throughout your career so that you will stand out to a potential employer. Employers have limited time to search through a document to discover who you are and what you can offer to the position. You need to present something that immediately captures the attention of potential employers.
There is an art to demonstrating your qualifications, what you have achieved, where you have worked and what skills you have in a succinct manner. It is so important to spend time in developing a good quality resume so you will be noticed and increase your chances of being offered an interview. Your resume and selection criteria are your chance to get your foot in the door.
Resilience in Health can work with you to develop a high-quality resume and response to selection criteria that could increase your chances of being offered an interview. To assist the process we will need to have documents about your career, an existing resume and the position description for a job that you are applying for.