Hi, I’m Irene Marshall.I’m an executive resume writer and career coach. I have extensive experience with professional business writing, having worked on thousands of resumes, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles, bios, and thank you letters over the course of my recruiting and writing career. I am also a fully qualified and certified coach specializing in career exploration, job search strategies and action plans, interview prep, salary negotiations, and career management.
What Do I Offer?
I offer several types of job-related coaching, including:
- Exploratory Coaching
- Job Search Coaching
- LinkedIn Coaching
- Interview Coaching
I offer several writing services for job seekers:
- Resume Writing
- Cover Letter Writing
- Interview Followup Letter Writing
- LinkedIn Profile Writing
Why Work with Me?
I have been helping people find jobs since 1999, first as a recruiter, now as a resume writer and career coach. I have an in-depth understanding of the hiring process, with experience working in a variety of industries and with clients at all stages in their careers, from new grads up to senior executives. I strive to really listen to people to help them address their specific challenges in the job market. I am strategic, knowledgeable, responsive, and committed to my clients.
How to Get Started?
Just submit your resume, including details about your current situation. Then schedule a free consultation call with me to determine if I will be able to provide the writing and coaching services that you need. From there, we will start creating your tailored resume that will be specifically designed to get you on your new career path! Contact me today to get started!
Have More Questions?
While I'm happy to answer any questions you may have, I also have an extensive list of Frequently Asked Questions that cover a variety of topics.
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