Jared Redick's Job Description Analysis

About Jared Redick

Former retained executive search consultant Jared Redick has since 1997 helped people bridge who they are with where they want to go. As an executive résumé writer, career transition coach, and corporate communications strategist—recognized among LinkedIn’s Top 25 executive résumé writers—he helps people ranging from the C-suite to promising young professionals “make and message” their career intentions.

Since 2008, Jared has served as a strategic thought partner for people who want to architect a long-term career shift, specializing in branding and positioning passive candidates and stealth job seekers. More recently, he has begun helping companies and boutique firms frame and position their offerings.

He has worked with companies and executives in technology, consumer, life sciences, financial services, industrial, and nonprofit / higher education, with institutions including American Express, Apple, Autodesk, Bank of America, Bain & Company, Box, Cumulus Media, eBay, Google, KPMC, Lionsgate, McKinsey & Company, Morgan Stanley, NASDAQ, NVIDIA, Oracle, PepsiCo, Paul Hastings, Salesforce.com, San Francisco Symphony, Sephora, The Walt Disney Company, Towers Watson, Virgin, Wells Fargo, Williams-Sonoma, Workday, Yahoo!, and Yelp.

Jared has presented and trained at universities including the University of California and Cal State University, as well as professional associations such as the CFA Institute, Foundation Center, Harvard Club of Washington, D.C., and the National Résumé Writers Association. His work has appeared in Résumés That Pop! Barron’s 4th Edition; Happy About My Résumé; Gallery of Best Cover Letters, 4th Edition; Networking Cards for Lawyers & Law Students; and Résumés for the Rest of Us, Career Press.

In 2009, he built the foundation for Jared Redick’s Job Description Analysis, a self-assessment tool used widely by individuals and institutions to help map the intersection between where they’ve been and where they want to go.

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