“If you’re a healthcare executive open to new opportunities this year you’re probably taking a good look at your executive resume and wondering if it’s as ready as you are for a new job search.” said Jessica Holbrook Hernandez.
Jacksonville, Florida (PRWEB)
April 27, 2017
Healthcare companies are trying to meet talent shortages and find new ways to discover qualified candidates. But they will rapidly reject an outdated healthcare executive resume.
“If you’re a healthcare executive open to new opportunities this year you’re probably taking a good look at your executive resume and wondering if it’s as ready as you are for a new job search. I’ve heard from countless job seekers in the past two months who are concerned their executive resumes aren’t up to the challenge. They are afraid that their resumes haven’t been updated recently, aren’t positioned correctly, or don’t get responses,” said Jessica Holbrook Hernandez, an award-winning executive resume writer and president of Great Resumes Fast, based in suburban Jacksonville.
If you’re a C-Suite healthcare executive who is having a hard time writing your executive resume or simply are not feeling confident about the current condition of your resume, here are three quick tips that you can use right now to freshen it so that it’s ready for the 2017 job market.
Culture Fit Is Important
Healthcare recruiters say that culture fit is a top factor in their hiring decision. You don’t hear much about culture fit when it comes to healthcare resumes, but it is the first place to start addressing culture fit. Start by researching the company culture of the healthcare organizations that you want to lead. Network with colleagues to discuss the beliefs and…