Last week I discussed the importance of managing relationships in a job search. Today I’d like to discuss another key to help you get hired and at the same time keep your sanity: Managing Expectations (both yours and employers). In my discussions with many job seekers and peers I found the #1 reason people become [...]
As a coach and social media strategist, he helps individuals including CXO’s, professionals and career changers in all fields to understand and master the job search process from A to Z. He coaches and mentors them on relevant topics such as understanding the role of social media in a job search, developing and using a network to get known and generate interviews, how and where to submit a resume and cover letter, as well as how to interview for a job, and evaluate and negotiate a job offer.
As a recruiter, he has long standing contacts with employers and other recruiters in numerous fields can introduce you to decision makers seeking top talent in the continental USA.
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Services & Offerings:
Perry offers a no cost / no obligation resume critique when you email a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at 718-332-6130.
Perry transforms ordinary resumes into documents that are door-openers and increase your current apply to interview rates by over 20% by developing branded resumes that highlight your value and hireability and get you selected rather than screened out of high paying jobs.
Perry crafts high-impact LinkedIn profiles that validate your worth and allow you to be found by recruiters and employers Perry educates and counsels clients on the most effective networking, job search and interview strategies and how to apply them and he works along with you until you get the desired results, and afterwards remains a valued friend you can trust and depend on for life.
Why I Serve Careerists & Job Seekers:
Since the day I stared my first job as a Personnel Consultant on Wall Street until today I have been passionate about becoming one of the best practitioners in the business and helping people find the job they are qualified for at the salary they desire with the least amount of hassle and stress and frustration.
Having been a recruiter and running a successful search firm through several boom markets and deep recessions I have learned the importance of career planning, coaching and a powerful, well-structured resume in job search and I love passing this information on to others. Over the past few years I have also discovered the importance of social media and how to use it effectively in a job search
A current discussion on LinkedIn’s Account Manager Group is “Why do your customers buy from you rather than from your competitors?” Seeing how there is a direct correlation between success in sales and a job search it is no surprise the #1 answer to this query is Relationship Building and here are some of the [...]
If you ask people in HR what a Purple Squirrel is you’ll get different responses from those who know the term and you will get raised eyebrows from the rest. The common definition of Purple Squirrel is a perfect candidate; someone with the rare combination of exactly the right skills, experience, education and salary expectations [...]
The answer to this realistic, frequently asked question varies depending on who you ask and who you hire. I’ll answer this question based on what you are paying for if you hire a best-in-breed professional; you are paying them to help you achieve a level of improvement you’re incapable of achieving on your own. If [...]
Job seekers must impress recruiters, perspective employers, individuals they’re networking with, and sometimes even their bosses; some succeed and are viewed as Contenders while others are summarily dismissed as mere Pretenders. At the Planning Stage Pretenders fail to have a clear picture of who they are and the jobs they should be seeking. They don’t [...]
Since Executive Resumes will encounter extensive competition, receive intense scrutiny, and the risk vs. reward factor is quite pronounced, I do not recommend a “Do-it Yourself” resume for a six figure position. But if you’re willing to hazard here are the next five points to consider. 6: An Executive Resume is not about what you [...]
Considering that your Executive Resume is more intensely scrutinized than the Resume you submitted at an earlier stage in your career, and recognizing the risk vs. reward factor at the Director, VP or CXO level is more pronounced, it is in your best interest that your Executive Resume be as near perfect as possible from [...]
A common question Career Services professionals are asked is “Can you explain to me why I was not the one selected for the job; I know I was the most qualified person they met? With the increasing pool of ultra-talented job seekers available for mid-career, managerial and executive positions, the determining factor in decision makers’ [...]
Here are 5 errors in a resume that can cost you a job and sometimes much more. 1: Sometimes job seekers with extended gaps in their background try and fill them in by extending actual dates of employment by adding an extra month (and sometimes more) onto both sides of the position. This is dangerous. [...]