ensuring your LinkedIn profile is complete when looking for career opportunitiesRegulatory affairs recruiters and employers are using LinkedIn more and more to find potential candidates for career opportunities. It’s important to be sure that your LinkedIn page is professional and updated regularly. Have a good summary of who you are and what you bring to the table by listing your skills and experience in relevant areas that may help a future regulatory affairs position.

Here are our top LinkedIn tips for your professions regulatory affairs profile:

LinkedIn Isn’t your C.V.

Many candidates make the mistake of thinking that their LinkedIn profile is identical to their resume. You need to list all of your previous jobs, but you do not need great detail on non-relevant positions. Instead, focus on describing what’s relevant for regulatory affairs career positions. To have a complete LinkedIn profile, it needs to be straightforward and have a clear focus, enabling recruiters to scan quickly your information.

ensuring your LinkedIn profile is complete when looking for career opportunitiesProfessional Profile Picture

It’s important to have a portrait that reflects your professionalism and approachable personality. LinkedIn is a professional social media platform, unlike Facebook. So make sure your profile picture is high quality and reflects what you would look like when meeting a client.

Include Industry Keywords

Regulatory affairs recruiters use keyword searches on LinkedIn to find the right candidates for job opportunities. This means that it’s important to use keywords within the regulatory affairs contract consulting field. When used throughout your profile, keywords ensure you appear in search results.

Give and Receive Recommendationsensuring your LinkedIn profile is complete when looking for career opportunities

Recommendations are one of the most important aspects of building a complete LinkedIn profile. Recommendations provide regulatory affairs recruiters and potential employers instant credibility before even having to ask. Ask previous co-workers or employers if they would like you to write them a recommendation and more likely than not, they are going to write you a recommendation in return.

The Anthony Michael Group is here to guide you in the search for your new career opportunity.  Contact us at 720-961-1800 to see how we can help you.

 

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