eJobCoach.com was created by Lawrence M. Light, who brings more than fifteen years as a successful career / job coach to helping clients. As a website dedicated to helping job-seekers find new jobs, it also includes information about the comprehensive set of four (4) eBooks designed to reach a wider group of those who prefer a “do-it-myself” approach (click here for more information); plus a free Job Search Evaluation (http://ejobcoach.com/job-search-skills-evaluation/); and more than fifty-five articles, all free, in his blog (http://ejobcoach.com/blog/ ). He has worked for such companies as IBM, Xerox, Computer Sciences Corporation, AGS Management,KremerLaserEyeCenter and MG Industries in marketing, sales and management.
He specializes in…
Light specializes in coaching job-seekers in transition, including those who:
Have been laid off.
Desire a better position.
Are newly graduated.
Are re-entering the job market.
His clients range from six-figure Fortune 200 executives, IT professionals, and project managers from major software groups, to managers of well-known non-profit organizations, program managers, graduate students, dot.com survivors, housewives and more.
Light created the 39-minute Job Search video “How To Find Your Next Job In The New Economy…” which includes a personal job search workbook. They teach job seekers the key elements required for an effective, multi-level job search. Both video and workbook have been used by:
Colleges and universities, such as Villanova, Princeton, Rutgers, Clemson, and Texas A&M.
Counseling groups, such as Bernard Haldane & Associates, Navajo Nation, and VA Medical Center.
Private industry councils, such as PIC of Flint, Michigan, Northwestern Training Partnership and Pittsburgh Partnership.
Military installations, including Dover AFB, US Air Force Academy, and Fitzsimons Army Medical Center.
State employment departments, including NJ Employment & Training, New York Dept. of Labor, and California EDD.
Companies, such as AT&T, Citibank, GMAC Mortgage, and CSC Insurance service.
Libraries, including Baltimore and Los Angeles.
Light also has delivered Job Search Assistance workshops about such subjects as “Killer” resumes, cover letters, networking, and effective interviewing to such professional groups as the CPCU, many job-seeker support groups in Pennsylvania and California, and California Dept. of EDD. He believes that weekly coaching can turn a lackluster job search into a powerful, successful effort that results in a satisfying, higher-paying new position.
Light has been a member of the Philadelphia Area Coaches Alliance (PACA), International Coach Federation (ICF) and Coachville. He has served on the Board of Directors of FortyPlus.
To contact Larry Light, call (949) 716-3581 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you want a free critique of your resume, e-mail it to him and he’ll call you back with his professional critique of it.