Resume Writing for SQL Server Professionals
MSSQLTips sponsored on-demand webinar
The importance of an effective, well-written and user-friendly resume canít be overstated. The same is true for keeping your resume up to date. You never know when your situation may change. A promotion may come along at work, someone in your network may share an awesome opportunity or the economy can change.
If one of these situations occurs, having an outdated resume forces you to scramble to build your most valuable personal marketing piece. Your resume is usually the first impression for a potential employer and on average an employer scans a resume for 30 seconds before deciding on an interview.
- Resumes should be written to communicate your brand, skills, accomplishments and interests.
- Resumes should give an immediate indication of your qualifications, demonstrate your potential as a fit for the employer, and show youíre a candidate worth strong consideration.
- How to enhance your resume and communicate your brand to capture the attention of potential employers.
Speaker - Erica Woods and Cate Murray
Erica Woods is the Manager of Contractor and Community Relations at Apex Systems. She oversees initiatives for the National Contractor Community and is the Philanthropy Coordinator to increase involvement in nonprofits. She has 8+ years of experience in the IT staffing world, an MBA, is a member of the Professional Association of Resume Writers and Career Coaches and is a leader in the Baltimore technology user community.
Cate Murray is the PMO Practice Director responsible for managing Apex Systems nationally-based talent acquisition strategies. Throughout her career, Cate has performed various roles within recruiting and account management, including leading the efforts for supporting the needs of our clientsí PMO office. Cate is currently pursuing PMIís CAPM certification and is affiliated with numerous professional networking and leadership groups.
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