Resume, Interview and Job Search Tips
Questions to ask to assess culture https://www.fastcompany.com/90622890/10-questions-to-ask-in-a-job-interview-that-will-really-expose-a-companys-culture?fbclid=IwAR2Yff9-N1d4i97G3ZQa7InoWUOZX66HVZl-24r1p3PqRs03cxHe4buukes
Tuneup Tips for Your CV & Profile https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1ih31i_JZzXRaOtORh3Mh8-_-0OEusOKsfu0GoW-vrYg/edit#slide=id.p
Job seeker Tips and Tricks https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1nGNWJ_BqcoawXKz-dz_Bms6Qu7KoMT7MA_nf038GtwI/edit
Twitter sized job search ads
TEMPLATE I am looking for (job title or skills) (level/years) in (area) (or remote or relocation) and you can find my CV here (linked in, url/or DM me)
EXAMPLE "I am a looking for Product Manager jobs in a software company, preferably security related, and have been in PM since 2012. I am located in Edmonton AB Canada, and am open to Remote. You can DM me or linked in (link)"
You want a good LinkedIn profile image. That means no other people in the image, no sunglasses, not partying, , ideally focused on your face. People with profile images get 21x more views and 36x more contact requests.
Remember to enter your industry, you may want to put the industry you are moving *into* if you are trying to change. This will get you 9x more views, and recruiters often search by this.
Be sure to fill in a clear, and concise summary, >40 words, what do you WANT to be doing, why are you awesome, your aspirations.
If you enter in descriptions of your work at prior jobs you get 5x more views. Don't copy and paste your CV or resume - explain what industry the company was, what size, and what role you had in the company (then if you want CV / resume bullets). Allow someone to get an idea of what you did, for whom, and who your customers and product were. As with a resume any specifics (numbers etc) are great.
LinkedIn also allows you to upload examples of your work (photo, presentations, videos).