It is all about results.
Employers don’t just hire employees: they hire individuals who have the compelling potential to solve their problems, surmount their challenges, make them money, and save them money.
Your resume–whether it is a finance director resume or another type of resume–is a marketing tool for communicating with potential employers, giving them a glimpse into who you are and what your abilities look like. Most important, your resume communicates how those abilities will translate into value for an employer when they hire you.
Understand that an employer is making an investment when they hire you. Like in this finance director resume, your resume must clearly and convincingly demonstrate how you will deliver a higher return on investment (ROI) than your competitors for that same job. What have you done to increase revenue, deliver cost savings, strengthen profits, streamline processes, improve customer satisfaction, heighten productivity, etc.?
Many times clients come to Distinctive Career Services and immediately tell us that they don’t really have any achievements to list in their resume. But, as we consult with clients as we write their resume, we help them dig deep and ask questions designed to help draw accomplishments out. We’ve never failed yet.
If you are struggling to write your resume, stop! As you can see from our many example resumes, working with a professional resume writer can make a dramatic difference in the effectiveness of your resume and the results it generates for you. While you may book a resume writing project directly, we would love to have a consultation with you, to discuss your needs and answer your questions. Go ahead and book a consultation today.