CDI’s CP-OJSRMs are puzzle masters. They can guide you through the bewildering maze of Internet job search. This can include, but is not limited to: online identity, using job boards and apps, networking, building a LinkedIn profile, hiding digital dirt, finding information on new professions and careers — everything that goes into successfully finding, applying for, and being visible for jobs today.
The following 13 individuals have earned this credential. They are listed in alphabetical order, and thus by no special preference:
Marguerite Claxton – The Career Company
Maria Cokotis – Western New England University
Patricia Duckers – CareerPro Global Inc.
Lisa Fleek – Wounded Warrior Battalion
Anne Hull – Hull Strategies, LLC
Lori Jazvac – Creative Horizons Communications – Resumes
Irene Marshall – Tools for Transition
Catherine Palmiere – Adam Personnel, Inc.
Adriana Pelaez – Wounded Warrior Battalion
Barbara Safani – Career Solvers
Mary Ann Victor – MAV Associates, LLC
Carolyn Whitfield – Total Resumes
* Others claiming the CP-OJSRM credential from CDI may have forfeited their right to the credential due to not maintaining continuing education requirements. Or, they may simply be falsely claiming the credential. Do note that the list will change as new members earn the credential, so it is always a good idea to search again using CDI’s Find a Career Professional database.
Hiring a career service provider: A coach designation or certification is just one of the criteria you should consider when selecting the best match for you. We recommend you take a few moments to learn more about selecting a company at CDI’s How to Select a Career Service Provider page.