During my 10 years as a recruiter for global corporates like Google and rocketship startups like Fiverr, I learned that there is a huge gap between the way people write CVs to the way recruiters read them. There are GREAT CVs. There is a way to make your CV more attractive. There is a way to write them in a way that helps the reader better understand what you've done, what you can do, and what you are interested in. Same goes with Linkedin profiles. CVs aren't meant to be testimonials of your life. They are a tool designed (or should be designed) to help recruiters and hiring managers want to approach you. I can share some of my tips and tricks to help you "think like a recruiter" and set you up for success in your search for a new, better position.
Resume / CV
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you design CVs?
I do not design CVs but can review and advise as needed