Just a quick note to thank you for your expert assistance in "optimising" my CV and helping me to present the most salient points / experience in the best possible way.
Dr Ian Gardner
Malcolm was a pleasure to work with - very prompt in his responses and professional in his dealings.
Malcolm's services are very tailored to the needs of his clients. He is quick with communication and tries to maximise your experiences and education.
Welcome to Republic Resumes
Republic Resume is an online resume writing, cover letter and LinkedIn business, which focuses on the professions, business services and trades in Adelaide, Canberra and the South Coast of NSW.
Every resume is individually crafted. There’s no copying and pasting, no generic templates. Resumes can’t be written on a production line.
I build expert resumes, cover letters and LinkedIn profiles, which unleash an unbeatable business case to promote you as a 'must have' asset to an employer.
Depending on the sector, my resumes get short listed in 65-70 per cent of job applications.
My work in the Department of Employment, Education and Workplace Relations in Canberra as an Associate Director in Labour Market Strategy (Career Advice and Communications), gave me unique access to where the jobs were in Adelaide, Canberra and the NSW South Coast and how to get them.
I was also the head of the RMIT Professional Writing & Editing programs and I have executive content creation and branding experience.
I have written more than 2500 resumes and I am a member of Career Directors. I am also a CV writer and have written major academic, medical and executive Australian Public Service CV's.
The testimonials on this website are proof of my professionalism, integrity and professional writing experience and expertise.
Adelaide's growth is being hobbled by regressive organisational systems, brain drain, recruitment bias and the creation of false media realities, writes Malcolm King.
It was the best of times for South Australia with a buyer for the Whyalla steel works. It was the worst of times when Holden closed its doors. It was the age of wisdom as our universities packed their lecture theatres with students. It was the age of foolishness, as only two in five graduates found a fulltime job in SA.