Tag-Archive for ◊ Medical Device Resumes ◊

• 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 […]

• Friday, November 18th, 2011

While it’s probably the most easily forgotten, E-mail is one of the sharpest tools in any job seeker’s toolbox. After all, it is the key to any online membership, keeps you up-to-date with your network, and is home to your Daily Deals newsletters! While it’s easy to take E-mail for granted, job seekers should remember […]

• Friday, July 01st, 2011

Writing can be a difficult task. Take it from someone who has been doing it professionally! When you’re writing your resume, trying to summarize what you have to offer an employer can be more than difficult. But the Summary section of your resume, a paragraph that goes right below your name and contact information and addresses […]

• Thursday, June 30th, 2011

Your resume should also be served in bite-size pieces. No one wants to cut through a big slab of text that takes time and effort to consume. Consider these two resume examples: “Ugh, too much text.”                         “Mmm, bite-size pieces!” The resume on the left looks like a lot of work. Any one of those solid paragraphs […]

• Tuesday, May 17th, 2011

Think of your resume as a brochure. You want to market yourself with class, right? Adhere to these ten tips to advertise your unique skill set to your future medical device employer: Use a bulleted style to make your resume more reader-friendly. Given that employers screen resumes for between 2.5 and 20 seconds, they will […]