IT Resume Makeover

Posted on June 17, 2013. Filed under: CIO, Recruiting, Resumes, Technology | Tags: , , , |

I recently had the opportunity to conduct another IT resume makeover with as part of their ongoing series.CIO Resume - Ken Montgomery_Page_1

This particular client has been a leader in IT operations, service delivery, and infrastructure management in a variety of fields. He wanted to convey his main focus as an IT executive, which is to better enable the business and to operate at a lower total cost of ownership by implementing new technologies and creating a stable IT environment.

This was another fun project to work on. Please check out the full article that has the before and after results.

Feel free to comment directly on the site or here if you prefer. I’d love to hear your thoughts!


About Stephen—-

Stephen Van Vreede is not your average IT/technical résumé writer. He provides career strategy and concierge job search solutions for senior (15+ years) (ITtechExec) and up-and-coming (NoddlePlace) (5-15 years) tech and technical operations leaders. Stephen and his team focus on building simplified, targeted, and certain career move campaigns, be it an external search or an internal promotion. He is co-author of UNcommon with career development leader Brian Tracy (June 2015). Contact Stephen directly at or send him an invite at To see whether Stephen and his team are a good fit for you, take their free (and anonymous) compatibility quiz, Is the ITtechExec Approach a Good Match for You?

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Thanks for sharing my story… feel free to drop by my blog, to see how my progress is coming along!

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