16 Types of Resumes and Templates http://www.careeronestop.org/Resum esInterviews/ResumeAdvice/Samples Templates.aspx
17 Interviews O*NET Occupational Information –Provides language that can be used “Over the past 5 years, I have used my listening skills to assess the needs of my department. This resulted in the creation of policies that are still in use today.” “I am interested in this position because I believe my service orientation fits well with the job requirements.” “I have used my teaching and training skills to increase the capabilities of the volunteer fire fighters.” “Because of my interest in computers, I was the person responsible for using our spreadsheet program to monitor our budget and procure equipment.”
18 Before the Job Interview Research the employer –What product/services does the employer provide? –How many employees does the employer have? –How long have they been in business? –What is the company’s mission statement or philosophy? –Where is it located? Transportation? –What is the company’s financial situation?
19 Sources of Information About the Employer Job description Employer brochures Annual business reports Trade periodicals Manufacturers’ guides Union representatives School placement offices Local and state employment service offices Chambers of Commerce Professional organizations Current employees
35 Some Supporting Webinars How to Download and Use the O*NET Interest Profiler and Work Importance Profiler Overview of the O*NET Ability Profiler How to Administer the O*NET Ability Profiler How to Interpret the Ability Profiler O*NET Tools for the Older Worker Linking Education, Occupations and Pay O*NET Tools for Military in Transition O*NET Tools for School Counselors Tools and Technology Emerging Occupations