This is a selected list of industries and jobs where I have experience writing resumes, and the list keeps growing by the day! Some resume writers only work with a single category of client, while I love working across the board, in industries ranging from finance to truck driving.
I am a generalist for both writing and coaching, with special experience in finance and accounting. My clients work in a wide range of industries, doing many types of jobs around the world, from local San Francisco Area businesses to large multinational corporations. They are at different stages of their careers, from entry level to senior executive. Some are looking to advance in their current job while others wish to find exciting opportunities with new employers.
My philosophy is that no two resumes are the same because no two people are the same. Different demands are being put on you, depending on where you are applying. This is why you need a resume tailored to specific industries and positions if you are going to break through and get the job. I follow industry best practices to write resumes and don’t use templates. You get far better results when you create a master resume from scratch that will better serve you and your employment needs.
President | CEO | CFO | COO | Senior Vice President | Vice President Corporate Venture | Capital Executive | Senior Global Delivery Executive | Senior Healthcare Technology Executive | Senior Public Works Executive
Executive Director (nonprofit) | Business Development | Community Management | Financial Planning | Forensic Investigations | Human Resources | Information Technology | Infrastructure Labor Strategy (union) | Marketing & ecommerce | Medical Affairs | National Accounts | Regional Sales | Security | Treasury
Finance & Accounting
Accountant | Senior Accountant | Accounting Manager | Accounts Payable | Accounts Receivables | Asset Manager | Auditor Manager (internal external) | Bookkeeper | Budget Manager | Business Analyst | Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) | Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) | Commercial Loan Officer | Compliance Officer | Controller | Cost Accountant | Analyst | CPA (public and corporate) | Credit Collections | Financial Analyst | Financial Planner | Finance Manager | FP&A Manager | General Ledger | Accountant | International Consolidations Mortgage Processor | Payroll Manager | Revenue Recognition | SEC Reporting | Sales Tax Administrator Sarbanes – Oxley Compliance | Staff Accountant Tax Manager | Tax Preparer | Treasurer | Treasury Analyst | Underwriter
Advertising Account Manager | Benefits Administrator | “Big Four” Partner | Branch Manager | Business Development | Construction Project Manager | Customer Service Representative | Entry Level (various fields) | Executive Assistant | Event Planner | FBI Special Agent | Fleet Manager | General Contractor | General Manager | Healthcare Administrator | Human Resources | International Business Development | Logistics Supervisor | Marketing Communications | NFL Football Player | Office Manager | Operations Manager | Public Relations | Project Coordinator | Sales Executive | School Administrator | Supply Chain Manager | Territory Manager | Training & Development Manager | Workforce Re-Entry
Don’t see your job listed? Don’t worry, this is just a partial list. I can still help you with your resume, so reach out to me today!
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