As a part of your Virtual Drop-in session, our Recruitment Advisors can offer quick, up-to-date, professional advice on your resume and/or cover letter.
In the event you do wish to have your resume and/or cover letter reviewed, please ensure you upload your resume and/or cover letter when booking into your session, to allow the opportunity for feedback in your session.
Prior to attending your resume and/or cover letter review, draft your customised application documents by applying the advice via:
- The UTS Careers Resume and Cover Letter Workbook
- To increase your confidence in resume writing and get advice prior to a resume review, we’d also encourage uploading your resume to Rate My Resume as an initial starting point. Rate My Resume provides instant feedback on how to improve your resume and is a great first step, before receiving more in-depth feedback and analysis in your resume review.
Alumni, please visit our Alumni Career Services website for details of services available to you.
Disclaimer: While we make effort to ensure that the information provided is accurate and up to date, the Careers Services makes no warranty, representation or undertaking whether expressed or implied, nor does it assume any legal liability, whether direct or indirect, or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information.
Please note: The Careers Service will comply with all relevant policies and procedures of the University and legislation in relation to the personal information you provide, this will include compliance with the Privacy Act 1988 and the Privacy and Personal Information Protection Act 1998. As well as using the information you provide for the original purpose intended, UTS Careers Service may also use the information for internal development purposes. In submitting your resume to UTS Careers Service you are consenting to all information you submit being reviewed by Career Consultants.
Career consultations, resume reviews and drop-in consultations are made available to service users subject to demand, which varies at different times in the academic year. Service users will be informed of the nature, frequency and duration of service that is reasonable, based on the level of demand, staff availability, and service user needs.
The University reserves the right to take all necessary action to protect the safety of its staff, students and facilities, and to ensure reasonable use of services and facilities. This may include revoking or placing conditions on access to facilities, services, or campus precincts.