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For candidates, finding the right job depends on many different factors -- timing, your background, experience level, your availability, your pay rate or salary requirements, etc. While no one can guarantee you a position, if you have strong skills in one of our specialty areas, partnering with
Summit Resource Solutions in your job search can tremendously increase your chances of landing a great position. We put great care into getting to our candidates and clients so that we can better assess a proper fit. We get to know the hiring managers at our clients on a personal basis so that we understand their corporate culture, personalities, and other factors that influence their hiring decisions. We're called upon daily to help fill positions that are never advertised. Our clients trust us to send them only the best, and brightest at the "Top" of their career.

We have proven internal resources with an average of 15 years of experience and expertise in placing the right people in the right positions. We sustain such a high success and satisfaction rate by using a personalized approach and a proven process methodology. This process requires us to fully understand each opening in detail, including the client's business, industry marketplace, and work environment. We, in turn, do a thorough job of understanding your needs, wants, desires, and interests to do our best to ensure a successful placement.

 
How do I set myself apart from everyone else?
 

A cover letter is a great way to set your self apart from your competition. Remember most people review resumes and cover letters quickly so you will need to make sure yours makes it through the initial screening. With that in mind, an effective cover letter should take note of the following guidelines. In the body of your cover letter you should describe the most important qualifications to prove why you are the strongest candidate for the job and what sets you apart from other candidates.

Job Interview Tips...
 

Research your prospective employer - Learn as much as you can about the company, it’s products, services and/or technology before the job interview. Find the company web site and review all the information you can find about the company. Be prepared with some interview questions for your potential employer.

Be enthusiastic - This is your chance to sell yourself. If you begin the interview thinking it’s not your ideal opportunity and don’t make an effort to sell yourself, but later change your mind, it might be hard to backtrack. Be sure to express an initial interest. Later you can decide if you want to accept or refuse any offers.

Be prepared to ask them interview questions - This demonstrates your interest in the opportunity. While you research the company before the interview, jot down any interview questions that come to mind. Do not ask about salary or benefits during your first interview. Show that you are more interested in the position and it’s future rather than salary. If you have questions about compensation, discuss them with your Consultant.

Arrive for the interview 15 minutes early - Be prepared to fill out paperwork and take tests if necessary. Take your cell phone with you when you travel to the interview in case you get lost or an emergency occurs in route. If you cannot keep an appointment, give as much advance notice as possible.

Follow up with a thank you card or letter - This expresses your sincere interest and also gives you an opportunity mention anything you forgot to mention during the interview. You get an opportunity to sell yourself once more for the position. You will also stand way above the competition because most people do not send thank-you letters. Be sure to get their business card before you leave so you will have the information you need to easily fax, e-mail, or follow up by regular email.

If you want the position, say so - It might be the difference that gets you the job offer.

Call your Recruiter immediately after the interview - We will help you get the job offer and need your feedback to work with your prospective employer. Once you accept an offer, tell us immediately so we don’t continue to send candidates to that employer.

Be prepared to answer difficult questions - Prepare in advance how you plan to answer the following list of tough interview questions:

  • Tell me about yourself.
  • Where do you want to be 5 years from now in your career?
  • Why are you interested in working for our company?
  • Why do you want to leave your current position, or why did you leave your last position?
  • How do you handle stress?
  • What did you like best/least about your last position? Why?
  • How do you determine your priorities?
  • What is your greatest strength?
  • What is your greatest weakness?
  • What achievement are you most proud of and what has been your biggest professional challenge?
  • Describe your ideal manager.
  • Describe a difficult problem you solved and how you solved it.
  • What are your salary expectations?
Resume Writing Tips
Many people agonize over writing a resume, as it is challenging and difficulty to write an effective, creative results driven resume. Most prospective employers decide after reading the first few lines whether or not they want to interview you. Add to that the vast sea of competitive candidates you are up against, and, it makes it even more important to make sure your resume leaves them wanting to get to know you.
Here are a few tips to follow:
  • Begin your resume with an objective or condensed summary of your professional background, skills, and attributes that pinpoints your goals and career focus.
  • Use active and energetic words to get their attention. Use words that showcase your accomplishments and duties.
  • Be succinct and to the point to clearly convey your thoughts and capture the employers attention.
  • Be sure to show demonstrated experience; don't just list it on top. Show where you used the technology in each position.
  • If you have a broad range of experience, you may want to consider having more than one résumé, each targeted to a specific industry or job.
  • Be sure that everything on your resume is spelled correctly and accurate.
  • Emphasize how you made the company money, saved the company money, or made life easier.
Is there a cost to the employee or candidate for your services?
Absolutely nothing! Our services offered to jobseekers are 100% free.
 
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