Are you applying to jobs and getting no response from companies?
Are you interviewing for jobs and not getting offers?
Do you need another opinion on your resume?
Are you stuck in your testing career and don't know what to do next?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, continue reading.
Short story about my beggining in Canada
I immigrated to Canada in 2002.
My first job in the new country was at a start-up software company.
I worked there for 2 years until one day I started having doubts about the company's future. And mine.
Money were limited at that time and insufficient for providing a decent life for my family and myself.
So I started to look for another job.
I sent resumes to many companies that had openings for IT jobs.
And waited for an answer which, in most cases, would not come back.
Sometimes, I would be invited to an interview which would go nowhere.
This is how the job search went for a while.
Resume after resume sent away, interview after interview attended with no results.
After a while, I started being anxious about my lack of progress.
The anxiety came from the fact that I did not know where the problem is.
Was the resume not good?
Was I missing important skills?
Was my interviewing style not efficient?
I had no clue.
I was still determined to succeed and even to invest for it.
I was willing to pay someone to help me out with coaching advice.
Who could guide me, suggest some skills improvements or a new resume style.
But, like most people that are new to the country, I had no idea where to find this coach.
Maybe he did not and quite possible still does not exist.
After my first development job, I worked as QA manager in a major canadian company for about 8 years.
Then, I worked on contract for a few years.
I interviewed many people and attended many interviews.
Which taught me a few things about interviews, resumes and job search.
I am not an expert in interviewing.
But I can share what I learned with you.
So what is this all about?
I am offering help to people that need assistance with testing interviews.
If you send your resume to companies and don't get an answer back, I can help with it.
If you go to interviews but no job offer follows, I can help with this as well.
If you don't know what to say and not say in an interview, let me help you.
If you are not sure if your resume is effective, I can provide ideas about it.
If you dont have the skills for your next job and don't know how to learn them, I can make suggestions on this as well.
Just to be clear.
I cannot get you your next job.
Only you can do this.
What I can do for you, however, is to provide ideas, feedback and coaching so that you become better at interviewing.
How does this work?
My offer consists in a package that includes
- feedback on your resume
- one mock interview (with feedback)
- 1 interview exercise (with feedback)
Is it worth the money?
The sooner you have a successful interview, the sooner you change your job.
The faster you start the new job, the more money you make.
Typically, when changing a job, a salary increase of 3-5% is expected.
Is it worth investing in yourself for a 3-5% salary increase?
Are you interested?
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.