Don Goodman, Job-Hunt’s IT Job Search Expert, has over 20 years of experience helping people find their next job.
A graduate of the Wharton School of Business and Stanford University’s Executive Program, Don started his career as a computer programmer where he invented the first financial application with an active data dictionary, and led global implementations for such industry leaders as Ford, Target, MCI, Safeway and GTE.
As Chief Operating Officer, he took a company public and subsequently sold it a few years later to Computer Associates. Don then advanced to a senior executive role at a Division of a Fortune 500 firm specializing in IT Staffing, Software and Education. In that role, he managed Career Services at 11 campuses nationwide, successfully placing over 10,000 adult graduates per year into IT positions.
Don also directed nationwide teams of recruiters and staffing professionals to support the temporary and permanent placement of individuals into top companies. Throughout his career, he has led 4 turnarounds and over 6 startups to record levels of revenues, profits, and market share.
Recognized as a Triple-Certified Career Professional (Expert Resume Writer, Certified Career Coach, and Job Search Strategist), Don has been a Featured Speaker at dozens of Job Fairs and Executive Conferences, he has been interviewed numerous times on radio and TV, his work has been featured in over a dozen books for Best Resumes and he has been quoted in hundreds of articles.
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IT Job Search Expert Don Goodman how to use Twitter for your IT job search.
IT Job Search Expert Don Goodman offers critical 6 resume tips to successfully launch new information technology professionals.
IT Job Search Expert Don Goodman offers Part 2 of Proactive Job Search on how to research to learn more about potential employers.
IT Job Search Expert Don Goodman how to quickly build an onlince presence for your job search.
IT Job Search Expert Don Goodman offers excellent tips preparing for and succeeding at a telephone or Skype job interview.
IT Job Search Expert Don Goodman describes how to determine what keywords are important plus 7 key places to use them for a more powerful LinkedIn Profile.
How to leverage LinkedIn Groups for your job search in 6 smart ways.
IT Job Search Expert Don Goodman describes new ways to leverage IT job boards most effectively (not what you think).
Learn 4 ways to break the ice to connect with someone you don’t know using LinkedIn including sample messages to use as examples for creating your own efforts.
IT Job Search Expert Don Goodman offers 3 great techniques to connect and succeed in your next job interview.
IT Job Search Expert Don Goodman provides advice on how to conduct a proactive job search using LinkedIn’s Company Search to identify potential employers.
IT Job Search Expert Don Goodman offers some great tips on how to work with recruiters and even how to determine if you’re someone they might be interested in.
IT Job Search Expert Don Goodman describes how to prepare and implement an effective plan to get the most out of job fairs.
IT Job Search Expert Don Goodman shares the secrets to a great IT project manager resume.
IT Job Search Expert Don Goodman describes how – and where – to find part-time or contracting jobs.
IT Job Search Expert Don Goodman explains why and how to build an effective elevator pitch for your job search.