Resume Building

Resume Tips for landing your next Health Care job

Creating your resume, particularly from scratch, can seem like an entire project on its own. Don’t let this become larger than it actually is. Building your resume should be quite straightforward. Begin with your most current job and work your way in reverse. Employers prefer to read a chronological resume, one which shows us your history. Be sure to feature a section on your education and training, and any associations you may be a member of. If you have some volunteer work you would like to show off, include that too.

Writing a cover letter should be a standard practice, and it should be personalized to the company you are applying to. List their company name and address in your letter and direct it to their HR Team or the specific Hiring Manger for the role. Name the exact job title you are applying to instead of referencing the open role.

Your cover letter does not have to be very long, but it should be neat and tidy, prepared in a way that conveys your attention to detail, and consist of information about the company that required you to look up. It is the first impression to what follows.