Spotlight On Robert Simoneau

19thSep. × ’10

Robert Simoneau - Successful Career ClimberCareer site Climber.com’s recruiters have reviewed thousands of resumes. One thing sticks out; most resumes fail to effectively communicate a job seekers skills and background. “The ultimate goal of a resume is to positively position a candidate’s skills and background so they are included in the ‘yes’ pile,” stated Nick Jimenez, Executive Vice President at Climber.com. “The truth is most people’s resumes do not do a good job communicating to the recruiter.”

This is precisely why Climber.com offers its members a complementary Resume Analysis. New member Robert Simoneau uploaded his resume for review and upon reading the personalized analysis agreed that his resume needed some help. He then worked with a professional writer and industry specific recruiter who collaborated on creating a new resume which effectively communicated his talents and work experience.

“I am extremely pleased with how easy the process was and that my recruiter was very active in communicating with me to achieve the results I wanted. The new resume is definitely better than my old one!” Mr. Simoneau, stated. He added that he has received, “at least 20 contacts,” since uploading his new resume to not only Climber, but multiple career sites where his old version resided.

“This high touch service is changing people’s lives,” says Mike O’Brien CEO of Climber.com. “We are the only major career site which offers job seekers the ability to speak with career experts to help them with their resume and in their broader career search.”

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