Expert job search coach helping early professionals start their career and millennial career changers transition into what they really want to do.
Riza is a previous information technology recruiter turned job search coach for early career professionals and millennials that feel stuck and stagnant. She helps candidates stand out and move fast in the job search process by implementing her recruitment training and sharing what recruiters and hiring managers really care about. She will help you figure out what is next, position your transferable skills, and increase interview conversion rates during your job search. Riza has successfully helped over 100 recent graduates and career changers land positions in companies such as Vanguard, Redfin, and Walgreens Boots Alliance.
Notable Client Achievements:
Provided interview feedback to help a client land a new position in another country.
Riza helps you land a job you love and work at a company you believe in. Riza has a background in sales, education, and software engineering recruiting industry. She brings her extensive knowledge as a recruiter to help you stand out as an A+ candidate on resumes, LinkedIn, interviews, and networking. Her psychological background helps reveal mindset blocks that stop you from achieving your fullest potential and showing up confidently to ask for a salary you deserve!
My coaching style is a goal and result-oriented approach. We take what you want to achieve and break them down into steps and together we cultivate strategies to get there. I’m direct and help you get where you want to go based on measurable results.
My ideal client is a professional that has been working for at least 3-5 years and transitioning into a new position, ideally a retail manager or another professional into software engineering after taking a Bootcamp.
Success is when the client has achieved the goal they set out at the beginning of our sessions together.
My coaching superpower is listening and providing a space for clients to be heard in addition to getting them results with a direct approach.