I concur… your résumé is pretty weak. First and foremost, the cover letter is much more important than the résumé. The cover letter needs to be customized. here’s one I help my wife right a long time ago:
I am interested in the Director of Development, Corporate & Foundation Relations position. Upon reviewing the job description, I am eager to present myself as a candidate
My diverse work experience and multi-disciplinary training position me uniquely for this role. In my current role as a Community Relations Manager for a financial team at a Fortune 500 organization, I manage our long-term business development strategy, centered around client and community relationships. I value people and this pays dividends; strong communications skills, tact, flexibility, and discretion have been integral to my success in getting buy-in from coworkers and clients alike.
As a people-person, speaking fluent Spanish has been invaluable in allowing me to connect cross-culturally. While I value people, I also value efficiency. Training in quantitative methods and financial analysis provide my foundational love of data and evaluating outcomes. As a member of your team I would take a balanced approach to relationships/results, and would look forward to energizing the team toward a common mission of serving seniors.
I am passionate about serving seniors. In my previous career at HICAP, I learned about the needs and challenges of our aging population. I would be delighted to be a part of the solution offered through your organization, and I look forward to exploring the opportunity in more detail.
Attached to this email is my resume. I look forward to meeting with you! ,"
Also, Agree with CEO, put university above the silly cfa/cpa which arent even close to being done