Creating a Job Search Strategy
Successful Job Search Strategy that WORKS. QUICKLY
Do you think applying for jobs is like spitting in the wind and hoping something sticks? Read articles discussing “job search strategy” and wonder, “What in the world are they talking about?”
If you are looking for that "magic bullet" that dramatically cuts the amount of time in your job search, then you need an effective job search strategy plan. Learn the difference between a passive job search plan and a proactive job search campaign. Studies show this approach can get you from your couch to your new office in less time! It's time to stop sitting back and waiting for jobs to come to you; instead, proactively pursue new opportunities.
Julie Mendez has been called “a Career Coach with street smarts.” As a Career Coach and Certified Job Search Specialist with JSM Career Coaching, Mendez encourages job seekers in identifying their dream and pursuing it with ingenuity, passion, and determination. She believes her calling is to aid clients in finding fulfilling work that utilizes their unique talents.
Julie Mendez has received three career-related certifications, and her experience includes seven years as a Career Coach, five years in the recruiting industry in both New York and Washington, DC, and a degree from New York University. In addition, Julie’s background includes a bit of a gypsy lifestyle following her spouse’s career around the world, and even a stint working as the Community Liaison Office Coordinator at the US Embassy in Rome, Italy. Her background has given her a unique perspective into the recruitment process and the job search strategy that gets a candidate back to work (in a job they love) quickly.
She has also served as a lead speaker for multiple organizations including national career networking sites, regional career groups, employment-related teleseminars for US Embassy communities, and also a teleseminar presenter for the National Resume Writers Association.
One of Julie Mendez’s greatest rewards is receiving calls from excited clients when they are holding their offer letter, or when a job seeker feels the exhilaration of making contact with the “insiders” in a company who can help them land their dream job.