Our Simple & Effective Process
Career Inventory & Phone Consultation
We'll send you a brief questionnaire and set up an hour-long phone consultation to discuss your career history and target roles in detail.
Clients regularly tell us that our consultation is one of the best parts of working with us, doubling as excellent interview preparation.
Our questionnaire gathers factual information about your work history and career aspirations.
You can also send us a copy of your previous resume and job descriptions for roles you are considering.
Writing & Revisions
We'll tailor your resume and cover letter to effectively position you for your target roles.
We'll craft a concise, accomplishment-driven resume that demonstrates how you will add value.
We can prepare a cover letter tailored to a specific position or a general cover letter that you will be able to customize for each application.
We'll work with you to make sure you're proud of the final products.
Your service includes two rounds of revisions and a review call, if needed.
With your new documents in hand, your job search is ready for takeoff!
Once you are happy with your resume and cover letter, we'll send you the final versions in PDF and Word formats.
Place Your Order
When you are ready to get started, add this service to your cart and place your order. You'll then receive an email outlining next steps.
Any questions? If you would like to learn more about how we can help, book an introductory call here.
Send Materials & Book Phone Call
Before scheduling your phone consultation, we'll ask for a copy of your old resume (if you have one) and questionnaire.
We'll review these documents and pair you with the best writer for your needs.
Review Your Drafts
You'll receive your resume and cover letter within five business days after your phone call.
You'll be able to provide feedback and request any necessary tweaks.
Frequently Asked Questions
What will my documents look like?
Our resume and cover letter designs adhere to the highest professional standards.
We incorporate design elements that will make your documents visually inviting, maximize skim-value, and draw the reader’s attention to the most important information.
Based on feedback from executive recruiters, we do not produce documents with extensive colors, images, or multiple columns.
Such formats are not always compatible with applicant tracking systems (ATS).
Do you work with international or out-of-state clients?
Yes! We work with clients from all over the US and around the world including Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.
We’ll conduct your initial consultation over the phone or via a Google Meet call, so we can help no matter where you are physically located.
We also tailor the content and formatting of your resume and cover letter based on where you intend to apply for jobs.
If you found us in the UK or EU, please visit our sister company, CV Pilots.
Will I get to provide input during the writing process?
Of course! Our process is highly personalized, so you will work with your writer one-on-one every step of the way.
Occasionally, we may push back and challenge your recommendations if they do not conform to industry best practices or would not be in your best interest.
However, we will work with you and make requested changes to ensure you are satisfied with your final documents.
How long will my resume be?
For most of our executive clients, we prepare two-page resumes.
We may recommend a one-page document if you only held a few positions throughout your career or are a more junior candidate.
That said, we never recommend submitting a resume that is over two pages in length.
However, if you work in academia, medicine, or a research-related role, you may need to craft an academic CV instead of a traditional resume.
Do I need to submit a cover letter with each application?
A cover letter instantly sets you apart from candidates who did not include one and allows you to provide key supplementary information.
We always recommend sending a cover letter to achieve the three objectives:
1) Show that you are seriously considering the position
2) Explain how your previous experience has positioned you to succeed in the target role
3) Address special circumstances such as career transitions, relocation, employment gaps, and visa sponsorships