A generic resume just isn't good enough in today's job market.

A generic fill-out-our-30-page-questionnaire-and-we'll-get-back-to-you-in-a-couple-of-days-for-less-than-a-grand is just going to waste your time. And—even if it seems less expensive—waste your money.

When the spotlight is on you, on your career, on your future, will your current resume really get the job done?

As a hiring manager, you've seen them. Completely forgettable resumes that give you no real idea of what the candidate brings to the table. 
 
Do you enjoy reading through a laundry list of dates? Endless bullet points of certifications? Sleep-inducing accounts of past and present duties? 

Think about it. Is a resume that puts the hiring manager to sleep really the strongest, most compelling, most effective way to fast-track to interview stage?

So when’s the last time you took a good, hard look at your own resume? 

When the spotlight is on you, on your career, on your future, will your current resume really get the job done? 

Face it. When you're on the other side of the table, you just can’t expect the hiring company to do the heavy lifting. 

That’s your job. 

The question, though, is simple.

How do you express everything you've done, everything you've accomplished, everything you can bring to the table in just two or three pages?  


My in-depth interview process ensures that your resume packs a real punch and tells the story that defines you as a unique, “must-have” candidate.

Relax. I’m here to help. 

I’ve built a reputation as the IT resume writer who helps IT executives and professionals carve out dream careers. 

My in-depth interview process ensures that your resume packs a real punch and tells the story that defines you as a unique, "must-have" candidate. 

Bottom line? You've got the ball. If you're ready to take control of your career, I can help.