Why hire a professional to write your medical or academic Curriculum Vitae?
You may be a leading expert in your field, but it may have been years since you last sought out a new position. And in today’s competitive job market, you need an edge.
Between clinical rotations or research grants, teaching, publishing, and otherwise leading your team like you do, it’s unlikely that you’ve had time to hone and refresh your CV details. Or had time to keep your finger on the pulse of recruiting changes.
That’s where we come in.
We know how to write compelling CVs
Medical Residency applications
Academic & Research Positions
We’ve helped talented physicians, researchers, and scholars with them all. A standout academic or medical CV requires clear headings, distinct conceptual design, and accurate information. It must be conveyed in a way that ensures you stand out from the competition, and fits hiring team parameters.
With a team led by former physician-and-nurse recruiter Sarah Johnston, and including an experienced team of recruiting and writing talent with deep academic experience, Briefcase Coach knows what hospitals and universities look for in their future leader’s professionall documents.
Whether you want to work for a small community hospital or large health system, we know how to craft medical documents that include the right information and format recommended by practice managers and department chairs.
Our Medical and Academic CV Writing Service
- Medical and academic CVs start at $799
- They include a 30-60 minute intake/strategy session, as well as CV preparation and formatting.
Also ask us about executive results-oriented resumes for physician and medical leaders.
I’d like to extend my deepest gratitude for a wonderful job performed on this project. The attention to detail, general flow, and overall presentation surpassed my expectations. THANK YOU!Chief Operating Officer, multi-site surgical centers
My interview went well… my best performance yet on residency interviews. I felt that the time I spent with you was very productive, and that you have a lot to offer medical students… Your interview was more difficult than most radiology interviews… I’m glad that I built up confidence by running through those questions.Medical Student