New Government Position--
Hello Ms. Smart,
Thank you for taking the time to review my resume. I’m shocked you have no additional notes! I feel as if it’s too technical and long, so I was wondering of a way to incorporate more transferable skills and condense some areas. Also, would a different layout be more appealing? I found two on Canva that could work. I’ll attach them below. I liked them because they both featured a “quick skim” side column, if whomever reads it, doesn’t have the time to go through the whole thing. Let me know your thoughts.
So, I am looking to apply to positions that are away from the standard lab technician work and more into office-based work. There is an entry-level position that I am kind of qualified for, but I know I could learn it if I was offered it. It has way more responsibilities than what I have now (and much more pay…). My main question is how do you, not fudge, but for lack of a better term, “white man” your way into a job that you know you’re capable of doing, but don’t quite have the exact skill set for now? The position is for an industrial hygienist in the EPA if that helps.