A generic IT Resume just won't cut it today.

That’s why you need an IT Resume that is absolutely exceptional.

Wow, I want to hire this guy to work in my organization!

You’ve crafted the best IT resume I’ve ever had. Thank you!
— David I, Germantown, MD

The average IT resume doesn't say anything critical about your experience or value proposition. The average IT resume is little more than a laundry list of dates. Endless bullet points of certifications. Sleep-inducing accounts of past and present duties.

I know. As the owner of one of the leading IT resume writing services worldwide, thousands of IT resumes have crossed my desk. Some have been better than others. But I've never seen one—in all my years in the field—that really told a strong, clear, compelling career story.

I'd like to encourage you to take a good hard look at your current IT resume. Is there anything there would merit a call back? Anything that makes you stand out from the crowd? Anything that clearly defines your value proposition?

I understand. These aren't fun questions to ask. But I'd be doing you a disservice if I didn't ask them.

Because the competition for every position these days is fierce. Very fierce.

First, let me say awesome job! No way could I have put together this quality of a Resume without your help. Thank you.

Again, thank you.
— Jim C., Fairview Heights, IL

Think about it.

Is an IT resume that puts the hiring manager to sleep really the strongest, most compelling, most effective way to fast-track to the interview stage?

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

You can't expect a busy hiring manager to take the time to read between the lines. To dig through the bullets, dig through the responsibilities, dig through certs, to try and find out who you really are. What you really bring to the table.

That’s your job. 

I’ve had great luck so far - I gave my resume out for the 1st time last week and am already in the 2nd round of interviews for a position that sounds terrific.
— Sue D., Evergreen, CO


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?  

You have a couple of options. You can read 20 books, and a couple of dozen blogs. You can take several months to get a basic idea of the craft of resume writing, and then take another couple of months to put your IT resume together.

Great job and worth the expense of getting this professionally written!!
— Steve M., New York, NY

You may be able to create something decent.

But is decent really good enough?

Or, you can leverage my years of experience, my track record, and my commitment to my clients’ IT careers to move forward faster, more efficiently, and more securely.

It's your call.

!Wow! Who’s that guy?-I want to hire him! Great first cut and I really don’t think we are far away from the final.
— David P., Cooper City, FL


Every IT career is different—and needs to be addressed skillfully and strategically.

But how much technology do you need? How much is too much? How much is too little?

First draft looks awesome — you made me into SuperWoman
— Barbara K, Coral Gables, FL

That's a key question. There is no one-size-fits-all answer. That's why—unlike some IT resume writing services—I don't take a one-size-fits-all approach.

I work closely and individually with every client—regardless of career level or project complexity. That's an approach that pays very real dividends by delivering the best IT resume possible to clearly communicate your value proposition.

The primary job of the CIO Resume is to convey executive presence.

That means that a solid CIO resume has to demonstrate technical competencies without giving the impression that you're "just" a tech guy. The CIO resume needs to focus on strategy—and on your ability to leverage tech to drive real transformation across the enterprise.

That's a complex balancing act. Not all IT resume writing services have the background or expertise to deliver that balance and craft a CIO resume that shows all the critical facets of your career. But it's a key for you to take the next step to a CIO role with even greater scope and influence.

The CTO Resume isn't a clone of the CIO Resume—because the CTO has a very different role in the organization. 

The CTO in a start up can be doing nearly as much business development or product management as tech.

So to craft the most effective CTO resume possible, you need to first define what type of CTO you are—or want to be—and then communicate the unique balance that will enable you to get your CTO resume in front of the right people—so you can start interviewing for a leadership role that will enable you to get an opportunity that you can really sink your teeth into—not one that has you spending too much of your time doing tasks you really don't enjoy.

The IT Director Resume needs to demonstrate business value and the ability to deliver critical technology initiatives. 

As an IT Director, you're probably well out of the weeds. You've worked your way up to a position of authority and team leadership. You've delivered key initiatives that have made a clear difference to the enterprise.

But you need to ensure that your reader sees that business value. You need an IT Director resume that clearly proves you're a leader—and not a glorified developer. Because if that value isn't clear, no IT Director resume will be likely to get a call back for a first interview for a role as an IT VP or CIO / CTO.

The IT Manager Resume needs to show that you're a leader.

Making the transition from Senior Technologist to IT Manager is one of the toughest IT careers transition out there. It's one that not many make. But it's absolutely critical that your IT Manager resume shows that you have moved beyond team leader or individual contributor. That's where an IT Manager resume too often falls short—focusing too much on tech, and not enough on leadership.

Without that sense of leadership, it's unlikely the IT Manager resume will give you the help you need to move up to Director.

The Solution Architect Resume needs to prove that you've moved beyond development.

You need to demonstrate that you've moved up in scope. That you're architecting key solutions in concert with business owners.

Because if your Solution Architect resume makes you look like "just" a coder, there's no reason to give you a call for a role in leadership at the Manager or Director level.

The IT Professional Resume—including the Software Developer Resume and the Network Engineer Resume—needs to show that you've got the technical chops.

In a hands-on, sole contributor role, you need to demonstrate your technical expertise. Show that you can get the job done efficiently. Show that you're a tenacious problem solver. 

Because those are the keys to getting a call for your next role.

Relax. I’m here to help. 

I’ve built a reputation as the go-to guy to help IT executives and professionals carve out dream careers. 

I'm able to find the critical balance that you need in your IT resume—whether you're looking for a CIO resume to get you into the Fortune 50, or an IT Manager resume to help you climb the ladder.

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