Healthcare Resumé Advice

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GHS Recruiting President and Founder Roy Munk was recently interviewed for an article on how to make a good first impression with a healthcare resumé. The article “Healthcare Resumes or CVs for Residents or Fellows” by Angela Rose, appears on the Health eCareers website. In the piece, Roy passes along lots of great advice regarding what to do, and not to do, so that your resume or CV gets noticed by the HR department. His suggestions cover areas like:

  • Don’t get too fancy: pictures, fancy fonts, etc. are distracting
  • Avoid irrelevant information: stick to the point and focus on why you are the best candidate
  • Don’t forget a cover letter: this is your place to shine the spotlight on you!
  • Proof, Proof, Proof: have multiple people help ensure there are not any typos or other issues
  • Get advice: Use free online resources to help make your resumé standout

You can check out the complete article here on how you can make your resumé or CV standout among the scores of them that HR professional must regularly wade through. If you need advice or help on how you can make your resumé stand out among the crowd so you can secure that interview, call GHS Recruiting to consult with one of our healthcare job placements specialists at (800) 808-7297.

GHS Recruiting is a national recruiting firm that has been helping healthcare professionals and employers find each other since 1998, including permanent placement (retained and contingent), interim assignments, contract, travel, per diem and more. Bottom line, if it involves finding great employees or great jobs, GHS Recruiting can help.