Webinar: Beating Applicant Tracking Systems– Live Resume Q&A
by Ivy Exec on Jul 31, 2013
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Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) are a fact of life in a job search. If you’re wondering how to get your resume past employers’ overzealous ATS, and get noticed by a human being at your target ...
Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) are a fact of life in a job search. If you’re wondering how to get your resume past employers’ overzealous ATS, and get noticed by a human being at your target companies, you will want to attend this webinar.
During the webinar Staci Collins will cover the following, leaving ample time for Q & A:
--What is the ATS “beast”? : When did ATS become a factor? Why are they so important? Who’s using them?
--What are the myths and facts you really need know about Applicant Tracking System?
--How do you create an ATS-optimized resume? : File formats…ordering information….where and how to display dates…use of keywords….optimal length…use of illustrations/graphs
Are your job applications ending up in a “black hole?” If your applications don’t generate employer interest – even when you are THE PERFECT FIT for a job — this webinar will help you step back and diagnose if your resume is the weak link, and will help you retrofit your resume so it opens doors to your future.
Presenter: Staci Collins
Staci has over 15 years of experience partnering with managers at all levels in High Technology, Management Consulting and Healthcare Management to build their careers via career strategy, career assessment and selection, brand identification, PAR development and mapping, and strategic resume and cover letter development. She has collaborated with over 1000 managers to identify and achieve their career objectives. Staci brings deep industry experience, having worked at Accenture and Ernst & Young in change management, human resources, and strategic planning. Staci received her MBA from the Haas School of Business, University of California, and Bachelor of Arts from Harvard.
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