People used to think of resume/cover letters as static documents. They were intended to summarize your work and education experience and little more. At least, that’s what we’re usually taught that these documents are for.
In practice, your cover letter and resume should be an active demonstration of who you will be as an employee. They need to tell the story of where you’ve been and, more importantly, where you can go as a potential employee. Because they are focused on the specific job you are applying for, they usually must be customized for each different application type.
I take a focused approach to developing these documents. We’ll set aside an hour to talk about your work history and the kind of position you are applying to. We’ll be in frequent contact to make sure you feel comfortable with what we’ve developed.
Consultation: 1 total hour discussing your background, current career goals, and the kind of positions you are applying for. Conducted via phone or video chat.
You receive: 2 targeted resume drafts integrating past career experience, available testing data, and current objectives. 1 customizable cover letter designed to succinctly communicate your qualifications and fit to the position.