The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be.”Emerson
Articulate. Detailed. Accurate and fast. Like a hawk, Marcie Wilmot is dedicated to helping others transform their writing into its best possible version, whether it be a resume, cover letter, LinkedIn profile, book, or any other written document.
As the principal and founder of CopyHawk, a company that provides editing, writing, and career coaching services, Marcie thrives on the challenges of identifying and showcasing her clients’ strengths and achievements in fully reconstructed and reworked resumes that get results. To date, she has assisted numerous individuals, including IT and business analysts, customer service directors, and finance VPs, among others, switch careers and land their dream jobs.
Before starting CopyHawk, Marcie spent 15+ years at fintech startups working in multiple roles, including human resources. She was heavily involved in hiring junior and senior-level financial data analysts, account managers, customer success representatives, and sales associates. She actively pursued and engaged senior-level prospects, reviewed literally thousands of resumes and cover letters, and conducted phone and in-person interviews. Today Marcie utilizes this hands-on hiring experience, a love of writing, and a marketing degree to create client resumes that beat ATS barriers and get noticed by employers.
Marcie loves her family, friends, dog, live music, nature, writing, reading, and watching movies in the theater. She is passionate about building her business and using her strengths to help others.
Do you need help with your resume? Feel free to connect with Marcie on LinkedIn or visit CopyHawk.
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Why is Non-Verbal Communication Really Important?
Recognizing and interpreting nonverbal communication is critical for understanding someone’s interactions. If you miss it, the direction may go wrong. Learn More!
A Comprehensive Guide to Becoming a Better Conversationalist
Great conversation skills help tremendously in both personal and professional life. Here’s a comprehensive guide on how to be a good conversationalist!
How to Answer “Why Do You Want to be a Supervisor?”
Looking for a supervisor role? It’s highly likely that you’ll get asked “Why Do You Want to Be a Supervisor?” in the interview. Here’s how to answer it!
How to Make $100k a Year – No BS Strategies and Advice
You want to make big bucks but not sure where to start? Learn how to make $100k a year or possibly more with these genuine, proven strategies!
Marcie’s Job\Searcher Archives:
usiness Development Manager Resume Guide: 7 Winning Tips + Examples
How to Build a Social Media Coordinator Resume in 7 Simple Steps
How to Devise a Warehouse Manager Resume in 5 Steps
Management Job Titles: Which One Fits You?
The Ultimate Guide to Writing a Stellar Sales Manager Resume
5 Tips to Build a Production Supervisor Resume + Sample
The Best Remote Jobs: Where & How to Find Them
16 Tech Jobs You Can Get Without a Degree
How to Address a Cover Letter (with Examples)
6 Best Ways to End a Cover Letter with Examples
How Far Back Should a Resume Go, Exactly?
How to Ask Someone to Be a Reference + Examples
How to Write a Job Description
5 Tips to Perfect Your Project Management Resume
How to Answer the Interview Question: What is Your Communication Style?
How to Write a Hotel Manager Resume
How to Build a Construction Superintendent Resume in 3 Easy Steps
How to Get a W2 From Previous Employers (And What if You Can’t)
What Questions Can You Not Ask in an Interview
What is a Policy of Non-Retaliation & How to Create One
How to Ask for Your Old Job Back Professionally
10 Best Tips to Find a Job When Relocating
Why Work in Sales? 9 Reasons & Tips on Answering as an Interview Question!
How to Decide Between Two Job Offers: 10 Practical Tips
Why is Networking Important & How to Network Effectively
10 Importancies of Setting Realistic Goals
3 Tips to Successfully Create a Marketing Coordinator Resume