Each year, tens of thousands of hopeful candidates submit applications to medical device sales roles — often vying for a single position. The unfortunate reality is that over 75% of the candidates get eliminated in the resume screen.
Chances are you already have a resume. But, how do you tailor it specifically for medical device sales? Leave it to our expert team of experienced resume writers and Current Representatives with experience at top device companies to help.
We follow a repeatable, proven resume approach backed by a 50% money back guarantee if you don't get a first round interview. We only want you to pay the full cost of our resume service if it helps you get your foot in the door.
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The first step in the process is sending us a draft version of your resume. To achieve the best results, you should follow the advice given in our Medical Device Sales Resume: The Ultimate Guide with Examples. Feel free to upload additional documentation that you feel will provide your resume reviewers further insight into your background and goals (eg: where you plan to interview, which speciality, etc.).
Once we receive your resume and documentation, we will match you with a review team that best aligns with your experience and goals. For example, if you indicate that you are aiming for a role at Smith & Nephew, we will aim to pair you with an Ex-Smith & Nephew representative.
During this first review, we will focus on: 1. correcting structural problems, 2. orienting your brand and story, and 3. asking you clarifying questions about your past experience. Once complete, we will send you a revised version for you to review.
Your reviewer will send you comments with actionable steps needed to resolve. You will be need to block off between 1 hour and 2 hours to make these updates. After you make the suggested updates, you will then send it back to your reviewer for a final review.
The final phase of the resume review entails the reviewer finely refining each detail of your resume to maximize its chance of passing the resume screen. Once the reviewer concludes, he or she will send you a final version of your resume.
Committing to a resume review service may seem like a daunting investment. We only want you to pay the full cost of our service if it helps you get your foot in the door. Therefore, we have a 50% money back guarantee policy if you use our service and don't receive a first round interview with medical device companies. Just forward us the rejection emails you received and we will refund 50% of the purchase price (not including tax).
Our money back guarantee applies if:
• You applied to at least 7 medical device sales roles aligned with your experience level (eg: if you have no medical device sales experience, you should apply for an associates role). If you did not submit your resume for the role, for example, if you used LinkedIn's Easy Apply, that role does not count towards your total.
• You received rejections emails from each medical device company you applied to.
For example, if you apply to Stryker, Arthrex, DePuy Synthes, NuVasive, Smith & Nephew, DJO Surgical, and Medtronic and receive no first round interview invitations, you are covered by our money back guarantee. If you apply for Arthrex, Zimmer Biomet, Integra LifeSciences, and Boston Scientific and get invited to a first round interview by one of them, our money back guarantee will not apply.
There will be two people reviewing your resume. The first person is an expert resume writer. He or she will focus on grammar, structure, and syntax. The second person is a Current or Former Representative with experience at a top company, such as Stryker, DePuy Synthes, and Boston Scientific, we have on staff. He or she will be focused on refining your story, highlighting key attributes, and quantifying your achievements. These two reviewers work in tandem to bring out the best in your resume.
A first round interview is simply the first round of interviews you have with the company. Typically, this is a phone screen with the recruiter or an HR representative. If you need help preparing for this interview, review Section 4 of our All-In Course.
The review process takes 7 days from the time of submission.
Please email us at email@example.com and we will do our best to accommodate. A rush service fee may apply.