Meet our New Resume Reviewer

Marc Montayne has joined the volunteer team in helping provide resume review services for our members.

Marc’s face might be familiar to many of our members that come into Christ Community Church through the Atrium as he serves on Christ Community’ Church’s staff as the Renewal Ministry Pastor.

Marc’s past is where he knows what it takes to have a good resume since he worked as a division manager for Hy-Vee and had to review hundreds of resumes for jobs he filled.

Just so you know, Marc will not be writing your resume, he will just be reviewing it and offering suggestions on how you can improve it.

As we talk on Tuesday evenings, your resume is a key to the doorway to get an interview.  It is best used as a tool through a “warm hand off” direct to the hiring manager and not to be placed into the “black hole” of the HR online application system.  You should have a general resume created and that is what Marc will review. For each job you apply for, you need to customize the resume based on the job description.  This way you can maximize the keyword usage, show how you are the solution to the problem that the company is facing with the open position.

Thanks Marc, for stepping forward to fill this much needed service within this ministry.

To access this service, visit our Member Services Page

About Jeff Quandt

Jeff Quandt is an Inbound and Digital Marketing Strategist and owns On-Q Marketing LLC. He helps the members of the OCN through understanding their personal brand, how they have to market themselves as the solution to a hiring manager's problem, and offers a personal LinkedIn Counseling session for any member of the group. Jeff is a corporate refuge that has been laid off several times, so he is very familiar with the job hunt process, the ups and downs, and the success at the end of the tunnel. Keeping a positive attitude with the end goal in mind is crucial to a job seekers success. Today as a business owner, he is constantly looking for work, he knows the process well and it makes no difference if you work for someone else or yourself, you need to be the solution to someone's problem to get paid.