Two peer review response for business writing of resume and cover letter


For business writing with draft of resume and cover letter.Will give you outline to check the point of the resume and cover letter, then write down the response.Here is the check point outline:RESUMEEFFECTIVE FORMAT1) Does the resume have adequate white space, a consistent font, clear headings, simple contrasting formatting (boldface, bullets) and appropriate font size (11 or 12, mostly), for ease of reading? If not, make suggestions for improvement.COMPLETENESS2) Read the job/internship posting. Does the writer include detailed, succinct descriptions of work, volunteer, and/or academic experience that are relevant to the posting, using KEY WORDS from the posting? (Note: This does not mean, for a software engineer position, for instance, that everything directly must relate to engineering.) If not, make suggestions for improvement.EFFECTIVE SEQUENCE & EMPHASIS3) Are the writer’s education and experience listed in either reverse chronological sequence or functional sequence? Would a different sequence work better and/or more or less detail from some roles, given the writer’s experience and the posting? Make suggestions for improvement as needed.PERSUASIVENESS4) Does the writer list specific tasks performed and positive outcomes or accomplishments for most items under Education, Experience and/or Employment, etc.? Does the resume use some of the same language as the posting for specific required or desired skills, software knowledge, etc.? If not, make suggestions for improvement.5) Would you interview the writer for the job or internship, based on the resume? If you perceive any weaknesses or omissions in the resume for the particular job posting—that is, minimum or desired qualifications the writer has not shown that they meet—make suggestions for improvement.-E.g., if the job involves international or cross-cultural work, has the writer included languages they speak, time spent abroad, course work or volunteer activity related to diversity, etc.? CLARITY, SPECIFICITY & CONCISION6) Where is there confusing or vague language? Quote at least two phrases that are, and explain why.7) Does the writer use consistent verb tense (present for current jobs, and past for past experience) and parallelism in all lists, including Skills (e.g., all nouns or all adjectives)? If not, make suggestions for improvement.8) Does the writer use spare, clear language, with active verbs? Quote one clear, concise phrase and one weaker phrase that includes wordy, inflated, vague or repetitive phrases that could be cut or condensed. EDITING & PROOFREADING9) Do you notice any grammatical errors or typos? Quote them in your comments. DO NOT CITE GRAMMATICAL ISSUES OR TYPOS UNTIL YOU REACH QUESTION 9.COVER LETTEREFFECTIVE FORMAT1) Is the letter correctly formatted? (See the assignment requirements.)2) Does the page—it should be a single page—seem full enough, or too crowded? Is there the right amount of white space?EFFECTIVE SEQUENCE AND COMPLETENESS3) Does the letter consist, as it should, of three to four paragraphs, partly following MacCrae’s guidance (Attention, Interest, Desire, Action), using KEY WORDS from the posting? If not, explain how.- Note that the first paragraph should mention the specific job/internship.- The middle paragraphs should offer “concrete and specific” evidence that the writer has the desired skills or experience (not just asserting that they have them) and also demonstrate their personal (but not too personal!) motivation and aptitude to work for the company/organization in this position. No vague enthusiasm. – The middle paragraphs are also a place to highlight key achievements that may make the writer stand out as a strong applicant (without ever making comparisons to other potential candidates).- The final paragraph should briefly reiterate the writer’s suitability for and interest in the position, and indicate their availability for an interview.MacArthurUWP 104A34) Do the middle paragraphs frontload key details/accomplishments in the first sentence or conclude paragraphs with them, rather than burying impressive accomplishments in the middle? Does each body paragraph begin with a clear connection to the posting, rather than a vague introductory or transitional sentence? Make suggestions for improvement.PERSUASIVENESS & TONE5) Re-read the job/internship posting and the Audience Analysis. Given the audience’s needs for the position—including requirements and minimum and/or preferred qualifications—, and the writer’s strengths weaknesses for this position, are the middle paragraphs compelling? Why or why not? Does the author provide sufficient, relevant, and interesting examples? Why or why not? Does either paragraph feel like too much of a list—like the resume in paragraph form?6)Would you contact the applicant for an interview, based on the letter? Be honest but constructive. Does the letter provide a clear, vivid, appealing introduction of the applicant? Why or why not? Make suggestions for improvement.7) Is the tone formal and professional, and not overconfident or self-effacing? Point out any contractions, slang or chattiness, and any language that makes the writer sound arrogant or calls attention to weaknesses.CLARITY, SPECIFICITY & CONCISION8)Editing: Look for sentences and word choices that need improvement (common culprits: wordiness and repetition, weak verbs, simplistic or misused vocabulary, word choices that are unnecessarily formal, such as “utilize”).9) Proofreading for Grammar and Mechanics: Cover letters need to be completely free of grammar errors and typos! Mention any that you notice. DO NOT CITE GRAMMATICAL ISSUES OR TYPOS UNTIL YOU REACH QUESTION 9.MacArthurUWP 104A34) Do the middle paragraphs frontload key details/accomplishments in the first sentence or conclude paragraphs with them, rather than burying impressive accomplishments in the middle? Does each body paragraph begin with a clear connection to the posting, rather than a vague introductory or transitional sentence? Make suggestions for improvement.PERSUASIVENESS & TONE5) Re-read the job/internship posting and the Audience Analysis. Given the audience’s needs for the position—including requirements and minimum and/or preferred qualifications—, and the writer’s strengths weaknesses for this position, are the middle paragraphs compelling? Why or why not? Does the author provide sufficient, relevant, and interesting examples? Why or why not? Does either paragraph feel like too much of a list—like the resume in paragraph form?6)Would you contact the applicant for an interview, based on the letter? Be honest but constructive. Does the letter provide a clear, vivid, appealing introduction of the applicant? Why or why not? Make suggestions for improvement.7) Is the tone formal and professional, and not overconfident or self-effacing? Point out any contractions, slang or chattiness, and any language that makes the writer sound arrogant or calls attention to weaknesses.CLARITY, SPECIFICITY & CONCISION8)Editing: Look for sentences and word choices that need improvement (common culprits: wordiness and repetition, weak verbs, simplistic or misused vocabulary, word choices that are unnecessarily formal, such as “utilize”).9) Proofreading for Grammar and Mechanics: Cover letters need to be completely free of grammar errors and typos! Mention any that you notice. DO NOT CITE GRAMMATICAL ISSUES OR TYPOS UNTIL YOU REACH QUE

Technical Resume Draft – Peer Review


PEER REVIEW GUIDELINES:Each student will receive 3 submissions to peer review after the submission window is closed.You will have 2-days to complete your peer-reviews (Draft due by 7/11 11:59PM and Peer Reviews Due by 7/13 11:59PM).Make sure your comments are “helpful,” ie. a balance of positive & constructive (suggestions for improvements) feedback.To complete the peer review, completely fill-out the Rubric for each student you are assigned. Be sure to answer all questions.Peer Review Grading: (12 pts total):+3 points for submission+3 points for each peer review: * highly useful feedback (+3) – over half of rubric contains feedback that would improve the draft * somewhat useful feedback (+2) – less than half of the rubric contains useful feedback * unhelpful/superfluous/counter-productive feedback(+1) – virtually no feedback improves the draft

Review and correct the attached resume


You work is to adjust the attached personal resume based on the specification below.SKILLS SUMMARY: (Has 3 elements: An introductory paragraph, list of skills directly related to the position, and your skills you have acquired throughout your career, that you want to highlight)(1st Element: The introductory paragraph – Must be specific and highly detailed for each job series and position you’re applying to. You need to outline all the specific skills you have that are directly related to the position you are seeking including Key Words identified in the positions description.)Focused and highly motivated management professional, with 12 + years of extensive experience in Strategic Workforce Planning, EEO, OHR and Diversity Mgt. Utilizing my background in Disability, Accommodations, Business Operations, Project Management, and Statistical Analysis to develop comprehensive programs based on the employment needs and mission of the agency. Deploying metric based solutions and maximizing our ROI. I’m an innovative and energetic team player, relationship builder, and highly effective communicator.(2nd Element: List of skills directly related to the position and the Key Words you identified – Back up your skill summary with specific examples from you career or education. Identify specific accomplishments, length of time, highlight numerical results and awards derived from those duties and skills. This is the most critical area of the resume. You are relating an activity in your career to that of the position you are applying and showcasing your accomplishments.)Develop and create a Strategic Workforce Planning program to ensure were accurately utilizing all available resources. Good ExampleExpert in Diversity Mgt. and Employee Relations assisting managers and staff in identifying and solving EEO Policy questions on Accommodations, for the past 9 yrs. Better ExampleAs Diversity manager I trained a staff of 100+ internal and external personnel on diversity rules and regulations. This lead to a 70% reduction in violations and improved the overall atmosphere at ABC Co. Best ExampleAnalyze, develop, test and incorporated IT business solutions to enhance business process control and tracking. Good ExampleSupervised, motivated, mentored and lead by example, using experience backed judgment, strong work ethic, and irreproachable integrity, derived from my 12yrs as a Department Manager at ABC Co. Better ExampleDeveloped and implemented a supply inventory program, which tracked our use of production and office materials. This provided us detailed reports of our available inventory at all times. Allowing us to make more informed purchasing decisions. Resulting in ABC Co. to save 500,000 per year. Best ExamplePerformed labor market Statistical analysis and employment projections locally and nationally to determine our recruitment strategy to ensure we were recruiting from a diverse population. Good ExampleCoordinated with our OHR and EEO managers to develop programs to improve our diversity in the workplace. We preformed detailed analysis of the current workforce, and developed a strategy to ensure we targeted a broader workforce. This had an immediate impact on our community relations and a 20% increase in local sales. Better ExampleDiversity manager for the past 7 yrs I was responsible for a staff of 20 employees. I coordinated with our OHR to develop and measure our recruiting efficiency, to determine our cost per employee hired and accurate ROI. We identified various key elements related to recruiting and performed a statistical analysis on how we could reduce our cost per hire. This lead to a yearly savings of 15% on our recruiting expenses. Best Example2011Supervised and developed the Specialty Hiring Program NonCompetitive Direct Hiring program at HHS and the OPDIVs2008 Liaised with union and management on contract negotiations and labor dispute settlements with global manufacturer. Avoiding the loss of 200+ jobs and saving the company 1.3 million dollars.2006 The Minority Entrepreneur Network – Assisted 5 minority startup companies in researching, forecasting, and drafting their business plans and applications for SBL’s and Angel investing.2005 Restructured vendor contracts for a gross savings resulting inI have attended various seminars on EEO compliance and diversity Good ExampleExtensive EEO Compliance Training: Laws & Discrimination, Diversity in the Workplace, Workplace Relationships, EEO Complaints and Resolutions: (80+ hrs of training) Better ExampleExtensive Project Management Training specializing in large scale projects and developing the project plans and schedule. All training was done at PMI Institute 2002 thru 2011 (120 hrs) Best Example(3rd Element: Acquired skills – These are skills you want every employer to know you possess and feel they are what defines you as a model employee. Remember you MUST quantify and qualify every statement you make.)EMPLOYMENT HISTORYName of Employer Position & TitleGS level or Salary and Years of Service(This section should be identical to skill summary. Write up a brief description of duties, and identify your major roles and responsibilities. Describe in detail each position you held for at least the last 10 years and quantify and qualify each statement).TIP: Describe each duty like you are teaching it to someone for the first time. We are not allowed to assume you can or can’t do anything.Ex: Cashier: A cashier can perform numerous duties, if you only list cashier we can only interpret that as someone we collected and distributed money).As Diversity Manager I analyze develop and manage programs and projects related to the successful deployment of our department’s initiatives. My duties included ensuring we provided an inclusive work environment, free from discrimination and ensuring we met all federal and state regulations. This was accomplished by collecting, analyzing human capitol data and statistics from various sources to get an accurate analysis of the programs and work environment we provided our employees.ACCOMPLISHMENTS(This is where you can identify any areas of your career you feel an employer will get a better understanding of who you are and your additional activities, to included honors received by organizations, exceeding specific goals on projects, etc)$375K.per quarter.COMPUTER SOFTWARE(List all software and applications you are experienced in and at what level. Please indicate an formal training and where you received that training)ADDITIONAL TRAINING(List any formal or informal training including accreditations and amount of hours in the specific field)VOLUNTEER WORK & COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT(Depending on the type of work volunteering can count the same as formal on the job experience if related to the position)(2010 – current) I hold Diversity workshops at the ABC community center in Washington DC, 6 times each month. I provide employers with information on developing an inclusive and diverse workforce.

complete three major items: a cover letter, a resume, and a professional strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT) analysis.


InstructionsThis assignment provides you with an opportunity to complete three major
items: a cover letter, a resume, and a professional strengths, weaknesses,
opportunities, and threats (SWOT) analysis. The cover letter should be a
three-paragraph memo that has been tailored to a specific job that interests
you. The resume should adhere to the steps outlined in the attachments. The details within the resume must be current with all relevant and
up-to-date information. The SWOT analysis should address your professional
strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats. Bullet points are acceptable
for the resume and SWOT analysis; however, they must be detailed. Again, the
cover letter must include three paragraphs. Also, the resume must be at least
one page, and the SWOT analysis must thoroughly address each of the four parts
of the analysis. Be sure to have the major items in the proper sequence: first,
the cover letter; then, the resume; and finally, the SWOT analysis. Format
each major item as you wish; however, be sure the details are professional
and legible. Save all three within one word-processing document

Tableau: Build a Resume (Part one of four)


I am testing the waters to see if there is any help to get on these types of assignments. We can discuss more in the chat. Below is the assignment given to me. I have also attached my resume which is what I want you to use while making it. You are asked to create an online, interactive resume, a “Cool Vis” about you (see links for samples).https://www.tableau.com/about/blog/2018/7/building-interactive-resume-tableau-90974 (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.This assignment will be broken into four parts (there will be four assignments in total) using an agile methodology:1. Requirements and design-build a shell which is a proof-of-concept. A shell is defined to be the individual components of the interactive resume, and at a minimum will include a Gannt chart for experience and education like the examples, a geographical view, and a skills chart (or word cloud).The shell will look like the following images….Map and shell image.pngskills – image.pngGantt Image.pngYou will need to load data into Excel. It should look as follows (sample only):Excel data sheet sample.pngThis week we will focus on part one. Note that Tableau has plenty of learning videos that you can use to get started. I found this learning page from Tableau very useful.https://public.tableau.com/en-us/s/blog/2016/09/how-create-interactive-resume-tableau (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.

Need a resume as a backend Java Developer with 4 to 5 years of experience. similar to what it shows in the attached resume


Keeping the following things in mind• 4 to 5 years of experience in core Java developmento Collections, Java-Multithreading model, JDBCo Junit, test first, etc.• 2 to 4 years of experience with Spring Boot micro services architecture and REST serviceso Separation of concerns, multi-tier application development, etc.• Experience in building RESTful APIs and have a deep understanding of REST principleso Support JSON and XML clients• Understand Spring OAuth2 client token and user credential authentication• Understand Spring datao 2-3 years of experience in ORM (e.g. JPA, Hibernate), SQL• Experience in Agile methodology

Resume and Cover Letter


Need help with writing my resume need my resume to be more Technical based since i did went to school for Information Technology trying to land a job in the IT field. I will attach my resume and if you have more question let me know ill be happy to answer them for you. Also one part of my resume i would like to add my project that i did for capstone on there so ill share documents of my capstone project as well.