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Product Management Resume Refresher Workshop

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Back entrance to Aconex via Duckboard

Duckboard Place · Melbourne

How to find us

https://www.aconex.com/about/contact

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enabling women to remain in the workforce when they need, or choose, to work flexibly. We believe job sharing is a unique way for women to continue their career trajectory in a part-time capacity.

Whether you're just starting out in your product management career or have years of experience under your belt, it's important to make a good impression with your resume.

Join us for this panel discussion and workshop as we discuss strategies for making your resume stand out and gather actionable feedback through peer review. Bring a few copies of your resume to work on or come ready to help others.

Panelists:

Victoria Butt (https://www.linkedin.com/in/victoriabutt/), Executive Search Director and Founder, Parity Consulting

Victoria brings vast experience in the recruitment of product management and marketing professionals across a range of sectors. Victoria will share her insights about the state of play in product management recruitment, what skills hiring managers value and what will help you as a candidate stand out from the crowd.

Melissa Rosenthal (https://www.linkedin.com/in/rosenthalmelissa/), Founder and Director SouthView Consulting and Senior Inventologist at Inventium

Former Head of Product and Marketing Consumer & Commercial Cards NAB turned Executive Coach and Innovation consultant, Mel will share her unique perspective on how to shine in an interview and demonstrate value as a product manager.

Endi Frydman (https://www.linkedin.com/in/endifrydman/?ppe=1), Founder One Job, Two Minds

A highly experienced recruiter, Endi is the founder of One Job Two Minds, a specialist job sharing recruitment agency. Endi will share her insights into recruiting for product management roles, with her unique focus on enabling women to remain in the workforce when they need, or choose, to work flexibly.