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R esume Building to Open Doors Healthcare Landscape 2012 South Texas Annual Joint Healthcare Conference San Antonio, Texas January 27, 2012. Richard J. Priore, MHA, CMPE, FACHE Senior Vice President & Chief Development Officer Nix Health, San Antonio, Texas. What do employers want?.

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Resume Building to Open DoorsHealthcare Landscape 2012South Texas Annual Joint Healthcare ConferenceSan Antonio, TexasJanuary 27, 2012

Richard J. Priore, MHA, CMPE, FACHE

Senior Vice President & Chief Development Officer

Nix Health, San Antonio, Texas

what do employers want
What do employers want?
  • Academic training
  • Previous work experience*
  • Communication skills
  • Adaptability/organizational fit
  • Dependability, judgment,

and character

  • General management skills
  • *No experience/experience required catch-22
powerful resumes
Powerful Resumes

“You never get a second chance to make a good first impression”

– Unknown

first things first the cover letter
First things first…the cover letter
  • One page standard business format
  • Email now more common and acceptable
  • Simple, focused, and personalized
  • Get addressee’s name and correct title
  • By-name referral known by addressee is better
  • Ask for an interview
  • Spellingand grammar count !
resume key points
Resume key points
  • A resume is a facilitation tool
  • A great resume will not get you a job
  • A great resume may get you an interview
  • A bad resume could eliminate you as a candidate
common faux paus
Common faux paus
  • Unprofessional (e.g., lonelydude@email.com)
  • Employer or student email address or phone
  • Spellingand grammar (still) count !
  • Difficulty following chronology of jobs
  • Format errors with successive jobs at one place
  • Delineating responsibilities and accomplishments
  • Failure to qualify and quantify accomplishments
other considerations
Other considerations
  • Distinguish between cell and home numbers
  • Mind voicemail and “live” message takers
  • Career objectives or summaries
    • Too vague to be meaningful
    • Too specific, which may eliminate a candidate
  • Suggest using this format for your education
    • Bachelor of Science, Business Administration University College, San Antonio, Texas (Graduation anticipated May 2012)
other considerations cont
Other considerations (cont.)
  • List and describe organizations for which you’ve worked in a sentence or two
    • Example: ACME Insurance Company is “a national provider of home and automobile insurance with 500 employees, 32 locations, and $10 million in annual net revenue.”
    • Gives reviewer sense of the type and scope of company
other considerations cont1
Other considerations (cont.)
  • Delineate responsibilities from accomplishments
    • Responsibilities – duties you perform or performed
    • Accomplishments – what you achieved (or will achieve) individually, part of a team, or larger organizational initiative
  • Include accomplishments and awards received (e.g., dean’s list) and professional affiliations last as a separate section
other considerations cont2
Other considerations (cont.)
  • Name and page number on every page (if you go beyond one page)
  • References
    • No need to list or put “provided upon request”
    • Don’t blind-side your references
  • Never lie or ‘fudge’ on your resume – it will come back to haunt you…