CORPORATE RECRUITERS, hiring managers and 3rd party recruiters receive, in average, between 50 to 300 candidate resumes or curriculum vitae (CVs) for each role they seek to staff. There is a clear reason why many technically suitable candidates, who apply to a given role, are not contacted for a screening or interview, and it's not because the candidate is one of 300 applicants and thus their resume or CV was not reviewed. A top resume or CV, regardless of the number of applicants, will be viewed and considered.
APPLICANTS - only short listed top candidate resumes are selected for candidate screening and / or interview(s). The candidate best able to sell their match to the role requirements and fit to corporate and team culture, during the interview selection process, will be selected for hire. Many candidates who interview do not prepare properly and therefore are not successful in competition with other solid candidates. There can only be one successful candidate.
CANDIDATES WHO UNDERSTAND that their resume or CV is a sales document and structures it to sell their match to the role, and who effectively prepares for the interview - understanding that the interview is a sales presentation - are most successful in being offered the role. We call this preparation "Interview Strategies and Techniques Preparation".
WE HAVE A SOLID REPUTATION for aiding candidates in preparing for their interview, and many have secured the role over their competitors within the selection process.
WE GUIDED CANDIDATES in constructing their resume or CV (their personal sales document), and with preparing for their candidate screening and interview(s). Ninety-four (94%) of the candidates we prepare are successful in securing the role of their choice via the resume or CV we aided them in constructing and in executing a successful interview via our Interview Strategies and Techniques Preparation.
CANDIDATE SOLUTIONS - Career Counselling
The IntraTEC-ES recruiter who approached me for a role within R&D knew the job technical requirements and work environment very well. I was not looking for a change, but he peeked my interest. As it turned out, he was right "there was no harm in having a conversation", because I interviewed and was hired. Although I was not looking, it turned out to be a good career move for me. I thought my resume was well written, but the recruiter critiqued it and offered suggestions to highlight and clarifying key information to be more inline with the job requirements. My final resume was really good; he said to think of a resume as a sales document. Also, prior to my first interview which was on Skype video, and my in-person interview, the recruiter prepped me with interviewing strategies...
Read full reference: READ MORE
MAKING A CAREER MOVE, changing employers, seeking a new role can be challenging. Where do you start? How do you source a new role, a new employer? How do you ensure your resume or CV is competitive against other strong candidates - equally deserving of the role you apply for? How do you ensure you interview stronger - present your skills, knowledge, experience, education and training, and personality in a way that states you're a stronger fit for the role and company than your competitors? How do you know you negotiated the best employment offer terms before you start a new position? It takes preparation, career counselling, career coaching to ensure you source the right roles, with the right companies, for your employment and career progression.
CAREER COUNSELLING Read more
RESUME AND CURRICULUM VITAE CONSTRUCTION Read more
INTERVIEW STRATEGIES AND TECHNIQUES TRAINING Read more
FEES AND STRUCTURE Read more
94% Candidate Success Rate!
Contact us for a FREE consultation.
Learn how we can aid you in securing your next career move!
CONTACT US TODAY to learn how we can provide you with career counseling, with constructing an effective resume or CV needed for securing your interview, and to discuss how we can prepare you to execute your best interview.