You have gotten all the qualifications ready for the mines, so what’s next?
How’s your resume looking?
Is it going to stand out from the rest?
If you read it, would YOU employ you?
Did you know that a lot of companies now use scanning programs to read your resume BEFORE a human reads it and they insert “key words” to search for?
Do you have the required key words for those scanning programs?
Is it visually appealing?
Is it well structured?
If you answered any of these questions with a sense of uncertainty, then you need to ACT NOW!!
Employers are extremely time poor and do not want to sift through your resume looking for the information they require.
Equally, they do not want to read a novel.
Did you know that employers give your resume about 10-20 seconds initially. If they like the look of it and can see information they need easily, they will spend more time on it (but only about 1-2 minutes at the most).
A resume is the very first point of meeting between you and a prospective employer.
It does not matter how skilled you are or how right you are for the job, if the employer can’t locate the information quickly then you will get overlooked.
What is required in a resume is:
- Good structure
- Well defined sections
- Things placed in order of importance to the proposed role
- Key words
- Easy to locate information
- Visual appeal
Our resume writing service is provided by someone who has been tailoring resumes specifically to the mining/construction industry for over 5 years and understands exactly what the employer is looking for.
WHAT YOU GET WITH OUR SERVICE
- Editable / generic cover letter
- Word / PDF version of resume
- Free minor upgrades for 12 months
For more information contact 0432 090 042
Feel free to send through your resume for a free appraisal
Thanks Michelle for an amazing resume
Thanks to your awesome resume, I got the job woohoo!!
My resume was so good, I’d even employ myself!
Thanks for your patience with me and producing an amazing resume
I’ve had 4 employers ask me who wrote this resume and state that they wished everyone’s resume was formatted the same as it would make their job easier – thanks mate for a great job