About Jared Redick, Executive Résumé Writer & Career Transition Coach
If you're planning, embarking on, or evening lightly entertaining a new career direction—and writing your own professional story—I've been around long enough to confidently say that you're short-changing yourself.
You might even be struggling to craft language or leverage ideas that won't ultimately serve you. Are you coggling a a short bridge to the next pit-stop on the journey? Or developing and architecting a long-term vision?
I’m Jared Redick, and as a San Francisco-based executive résumé writer, career transition coach, and communications strategist, I specialize in decisioning and messaging for companies and leaders in transition—whether for an active, passive, or stealth job search.
I'm also privileged to work with universities and professional associations (e.g., California State University, CFA Institute, Harvard Club of Washington, D.C., UCLA Graduate Division), helping students, alumni, and members stage the next steps in their work lives. Occasionally, I contribute to the résumé writing and career coaching profession, with recent and ongoing presentations including the National Résumé Writers' Association.
With 20 years of résumé writing experience, I built The Résumé Studio on early-career executive recruiting roles in New York and San Francisco for two nationally retained search firms. During that time, I conducted searches for Fortune 15 companies, Top 10 law firms, and leading nonprofit organizations and foundations.
That experience—along with founding two companies, co-founding a professional networking group, and serving in nonprofit leadership roles—has given me a deep understanding of the job search process from a variety of angles including recruiting and hiring; management and employee review; and career research, planning, and writing.
My approach to story development, branding, and résumé writing is fact-based, keyword-focused, and highly customized to the unique needs of every client.
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