How to Get Hired: Candidate Resources
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Getting hired for an executive level position can be a fulltime job in itself. It requires research, time and dedication. That’s where Ciresi & Morek can help.
We partner with candidates to fully understand their interests and find the right positions for their qualifications. We’ll work directly with you to assess opportunities, prepare for interviews, navigate salary and benefit conversations, and debrief afterward. There is no detail too small for our team.
And we’ve got proof that we find the right fit for our candidates: 92 percent stay in their positions after the first year.
Below, you’ll find resources to help advance your career.
Step by Step: How to Write an Interview Follow-up Letter
A follow-up or thank-you letter is an essential piece of the interview process. In some cases, it may even make or break your chances of getting the job—if there is…Read More
What to Expect in an Executive Interview
Whether you’re moving up from middle management or making a lateral C-suite move to anew industry, there are some crucial aspects to remember about an executive interview. Executives are often…Read More
Is it Time to Resign? 3 Things to Consider
Resigning from your job can be an emotional and stressful decision, but it’s usually the right one. People choose to leave their jobs for a number of reasons, but one…Read More
6 Things a Recruiter Looks for in a Resume
Though you spend hours fine-tuning your resume, research shows that recruiters will typically spend only 6 seconds reading it. As executive recruiters, we see thousands of resumes—and more often than not, the resumes in…Read More
Don’t Make These 4 Interview Mistakes
Once you’ve started to navigate the open job market, polished your resume, and applied to positions of interest, the most important step is on the horizon: the interview. We’ve conducted and…Read More
How to Avoid Pricing Yourself Out of a Job
During a job search, the question of salary expectations will eventually arise. For most interviewees, this is an uncomfortable conversation. Negotiating a competitive compensation can be tricky, and one obstacle…Read More