Mar 31, 2020
Charlotte Weeks joins me to discuss the best way to write a
resume, especially when seeking nonclinical jobs.
Charlotte is an executive career coach, resume writer and an
outplacement consultant. She is an expert in career transitions who
has worked with many physicians.
We first met at the Annual Seak Conference, and I subsequently
interviewed her for this podcast in Episode 17. She is the founder
and CEO of Weeks Career Services.
Charlotte covers all the components of a well-written
- Summary: Previously known as the place to state your objective,
the top of your resume is where your summary belongs. This is the
first glance at the type of professional you are and an opportunity
to highlight a skill or qualification that may otherwise be
- Professional Experience: This is a place to list previous jobs
and paid roles as well as descriptions of your responsibilities
within those roles.
- Education: This includes medical, master’s and bachelor’s
- Additional: This last section is an opportunity to customize
the resume based on your background. You may want to categorize
your volunteer service or other relevant experiences you would like
To hear the entire interview, and access a transcript and links
mentioned, go to nonclinicalphysicians.com/episode136