Tag-Archive for ◊ Medical Device Resume Writer ◊

• Friday, October 14th, 2016

Most employers and recruiters prefer (and often require) a cover letter.  This is an opportunity for the job seeker to express themselves and provide a targeted message to the hiring manager/HR/recruiter. However, most job seekers do not take advantage of this opportunity and render their Cover Letter useless! What are they doing wrong? Many job […]

• Wednesday, July 20th, 2016

Source: marketwatch Last year was ultimately pretty dull for the stock market, as the benchmark S&P 500 Index ended little changed despite increased volatility. Health care, however, outperformed the broader market and all but one other sector: consumer discretionary. That means shares of manufacturers of medical supplies and devices appear fully valued at the start […]

• Sunday, July 17th, 2016

Your GPA won’t necessarily tell recruiters how well you’ll perform in medical device jobs. And in the Jobvite survey, 57 percent of respondents said a candidate’s GPA isn’t important. Unless you are a new graduates with very limited industry experience, highlighting your education and academic performance on your resume only distracts from the meat of […]

• Friday, May 20th, 2016

We would like to thank our clients and candidates for the tremendous love and encouraging words they sent us this week! We have been in business for 7 great years recruiting for medical device and IT companies and offering career services to job seekers in the industry. Contributing to the advancement of medical technologies and the […]

• Monday, May 11th, 2015

Are you ready for your 2015 job search? One of your first tasks is probably polishing your resume… but oh, how the times have changed. The new reality in executive job hunting demands not only a powerful marketing package for your skills, but also a keen awareness of social media, Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS), recruiter preferences, and […]

• Wednesday, December 17th, 2014

You’ve gathered job postings and started submitting…where are the interviews? While in the past a candidate could get away with simply listing the last few jobs they’ve held and elaborating during a job interview, this is no longer the case. In today’s highly competitive marketplace, the stage for a successful interview must be set within […]

• Thursday, January 30th, 2014

Our Medical Device Recruiter always talks about resume and interview tips and yet we still see SO MANY resumes that are just too overstuffed. Many job seekers, including some senior level professionals, still fill their resumes with redundant information and then complain about the competitive field. It is true that the job market has become […]

• Monday, November 14th, 2011

By Selena Kohng | Published: March 3, 2011 If you were invited for an interview, you’ve conquered half the battle; the recruiter already thinks you can do the job based on your resume. The next half, though, is about proving them right. Things like body language or your outfit play a part, but only a supporting role to what […]

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• Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

Tell them the job is right up your alley. In your opening paragraph, tell the hiring manager that the position fits your skills and experience. They might see that in your resume, but the cover letter can help point out how “what you have” fits with “what they want” and give advance billing to your resume. Show […]

• Wednesday, June 08th, 2011

Go to Google.com, type in the words “have you,” and then stop. You’ll see a list of suggestions pop up. That’s called Google Suggest, and it’s a group of popular search terms that Google thinks you might be looking for. In other words, it’s Google trying to make your life simpler by telling you what the […]