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Have you ever been in a situation where you really longed to get into that dream job or career in dialysis, but you can't....
The first step to consider is... how does your resume appear? Is it clear and direct and straight to the point?
I have worked for many cool managers while doing per-diem assignments, and some don't play when it comes to hiring. I remember going into one manager's office and seeing stacks of resumes on the desk. How are you going to stand out from the many that have faxed their resume in?
Even if you don't have experience, you can still be trained to the company's standards and procedures and become a technician. You have within 15 months to get your dialysis certification while you are working towards the 3,000 work hours required to take the certification exam. Nothing is impossible!
2. GET YOUR RESUME PROFESSIONALIZED! I can't stress this enough! Make yourself stand out even with a cover letter. Go on Fiverr.com and look for the professionals....A $5.00 sacrifice used wisely to professionalize your resume can double into thousands a year if you land the job.
3. Don't be afraid to call and ask for the manager and introduce yourself over the phone. You can find out when the manager is on break so you won't interrupt their schedule.
4. Many managers say apply online, but they still don't know you. It's better to put a face to the paper, meaning still send or give your resume to them.
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