Separating or Retiring from the Navy?
You’ve landed at the right company to help you develop your Navy Resume
. For more than two decades, we have developed thousands and thousands of Navy Resumes for those separating or transitioning out of the Navy.
Your Navy Resume Needs to Speak Civilian Language
Your best chance in landing a civilian job is to ensure your experience, accomplishments, skills, training, and education gained during your Navy tenure are completely demilitarized. You have a very short window of time in which to impress civilian Human Resources.
Showcase the Value You Bring in Your Navy Resume
Our Master Military Resume Writers
know just how to spin your military language into civilian terminology, and to write your Navy Resume with the future in mind, instead of simply presenting a list of previous job descriptions. Today’s organizations want to know what value you bring, and they want to be able to determine it in 10 seconds or less. We’ll start with listing your security clearance, at the top of your new resume—a clear value for any employer. Next, what are five more value offerings you bring? Think about it. We’ll write your Navy Resume in support of your career goals and specialized skills and experience to market your value in the most strategic manner.
Choosing Your Navy Resume to Be Written by the Professionals
This one decision could be the best decision you’ll make after your departure from the Navy. You can transition fast and strategically, and even receive high salary offers, due to the experience and value we showcase in your resume.