Role and Company
Senior Credit Analyst, Chemical Manufacturing Industry- Retired
35 years experience in general business
My best skill is creating/ editing resumes. I've done it over the years for myself and for many friends and colleagues, and most got a job fairly quickly. I've worked for a magazine, PR Firm, Software Development company, an Oil Company and lastly with a Chemical company. My career focused on credit/ administrative management. Additionally, for 7 enjoyable years, I focused on PR, Marketing and Writing.
Now, I am a CASA volunteer for Child Advocates of Montgomery County. When a child enters the foster care system because his or her home is no longer safe, a judge may appoint a committed volunteer to help them. That volunteer (that's me!) is called a Court Appointed Special Advocate®, or CASA. For the past 4 years, there has been a CASA assigned to every child that has entered the Texas Family and protective Services (CPS) system in Montgomery County.
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Julia's Recent Answers
one month ago
Can anyone assist me with writing a resume?
I'm happy to contribute if, after you take the generous previous offers, you'd like another pair of eyes. I spent...
4 months ago
Who can I connect with to get IT training while working
Have you explored being a nurse on the phone for insurance providers? Many insurance companies have nurse helplines...
7 months ago
I would be willing to have a look. I've re-written resumes for a number of friends/ colleagues and many have...
2 years ago
Looking to change jobs. I am currently a GS 7 and want to rewrite my resume for other positions. Is there anyone willing to review my resume and provide feedback.
The only things I can add to this conversation is that if you work with any version of...
4 years ago
What are some effective strategies to raise and save money to start a business while paying off debt?
Hello Brian, And I'm late to the table (and following a lot of good advice preceding mine) so I will...