Email me a Word version of your CV / resume
Email me a Word version of your current CV or resume and let me know what kind of role you’re looking for. If you don’t have a current resume or CV, I can send you a basic template to fill in and email back to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Original CV / resume inspection
Once I receive your resume / CV, I’ll look at it and contact you to let you know whether it needs work and whether I can help you or not.
Confirmation of Interest in Services and Making Payment
When you have confirmed which service you want:
a) I will email you your invoice with payment details on it.
b) If you’re in New Zealand, you can pay the invoice by bank transfer. If you’re overseas, you can pay the invoice using PayPal, Alipay or WeChat Pay.
Resume / CV
a) Once payment has been received, I will start work on your CV by first going through it tidying it up, removing unnecessary content and making notes in preparation for your appointment with us (in person or by phone). Appointments can take anywhere from 1-2 hours. During that appointment, I’ll ask you lots of questions to clarify points and draw out more work achievements, skills and strengths.
b) Once the appointment is over, I will take a few days to complete your CV and may contact you if any further points need addressing.
c) Once I’ve finished your resume, I’ll email it to you in Word format for you to look at. You can ask us any questions you want regarding it. Once you’re happy with it, we’ll move on to doing your LinkedIn.
Your LinkedIn profile takes a lot less time as it is based on your CV, though there may be some additional content added if appropriate.
I’ll write one cover letter tailored to a specific job that you have emailed the link to us for. Once I’ve written the cover letter, I’ll email it to you and tell you what we did and how you should go about writing future cover letters by yourself.
Job Interview Preparation Training
If you paid for a basic interview training package, then you’ll 6 hours of job interview preparation training. It’s important to note that the 6 hours are broken up into two parts.
a) The first part is to give you feedback and make any corrections to your written answers for 15 common interview questions.
b) Once you have fully prepared those 15 answers, the time left will be used for either face-to-face or video interview practice. For example, if you’re good at preparing your answers and we don’t need to spend too much time giving you feedback and correcting your answers, then you may have only used 3 hours. That means you’ll have 3 hours left for face-to-face or video practice. If your English is of a lower level and your answers need a lot of feedback and corrections, then you may have only 1-1.5 hours left for face-to-face or video practice. It really depends on how much effort you put into your written preparation.