Kirsten Montoya - TestsForge Expert Profile


Kirsten Montoya was the director of Adobe certification exam prep department in TestsForge from 2007 to 2014. She has been a member of the TestsForge since 2004. A native of Oklahoma City, She obtained his B.D. as well as a Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Wake Forest University. Before joining the TestsForge, Ms. Montoya worked for Adobe as the certification developer for 2 years. She is a leading developer in Adobe certification exam prep. She is currently focusing the following certification exams preparation: 650-042 Mobile Internet Technology for Field Engineers (MITFE), 646-361 FOUNDAM, HP2-K31 Technical Introduction to the HP Storage SMB Portfolio, 642-467 Integrating Cisco Unified Communications Applications, HP2-N29 Understanding HP TippingPoint Solutions, HP0-286 HP OpenView Service Center 6.x, HP0-A17 NonStop Hardware Install, Maintain, Upgrade, 1Y0-A01 Citrix Xen Server Enterprise Edition 4.0: Administration, HP2-H27 Servicing HP Desktops, Workstations and Notebooks, 642-357 Designing Cisco Storage Network Solutions, HP0-065 Planning and Designing ProLiant Solutions for the Enterprise, HP3-X06 Servicing HP Workstation Products, JN0-331 SEC, Specialist (JNCIS-SEC) and 156-315.65 Check Point Certified Expert NGX R65. Kirsten Montoya creates the website of colorscareers that serves as the premier diversity career search website for the Northwest. With strong connections to multiple ethnic communities, ColorsCareers works hard to provide solutions to companies seeking a diverse personnel staff. Kirsten Montoya has also created this website as a job seeking tool for individuals seeking employment with companies who embrace an ethnically diverse workforce. With current job postings, resources, and recruitment tools, ColorsCareer.com provides a one-source solution to both job seekers and employers seeking talent to fill their staffing needs.



1. Kirsten Montoya publishes the article “Avoid These 10 Resume Mistakes” by Katharine Hansen on the website. This article is really helpful for anyone who wants to hunt a job. …Accomplishments are the points that increase reader's interest, stimulate a request for a job interview, and really help sell you to an employer -- much more so than everyday job duties…

 

2. One of the unique features Kirsten Montoya has included on the ColorsCareers website is a webpage dedicated to enabling job seekers and employers to ask questions to expert recruiters who specialize in Human Resources dynamics. Please visit the page of AskTheRecruiter_fh to explore answers provided to common career issues. …There are ways to get face to face with human resources staff. Ask employers if informational interviews are an option…

 

3. Need advice on how to cope with workplace diversity issues? Whether you’re a jobseeker just entering a more diverse work setting or an employer trying to understand the perspective of your employees, it’s vitally important to understand how to develop and maintain successful workplace relationships. Check out the page of diversity_identity to discover a unique point of view that Kirsten Montoya highlights, addressing this key issue. …There is the somewhat comforting reminder that discrimination in its myriad forms is illegal and that if you are working under hostile conditions, you don't have to tolerate it …

 

4. The job market is more highly competitive than ever, making it of paramount importance to stand out from the crowd. Kirsten Montoya understands this can an uphill battle and, as a means to address this issue, has created the page of follow-up_strategies. This webpage describes the important steps that job seekers need to take in order to effectively follow up with potential employers with the aim of placing them in the best position to obtain the job. …need to be aggressive in following up all job leads because employers are not going to call you when hundreds and thousands of other job-seekers are applying for the same position…

 

5. Because first impressions are so important in the initial phases of the employer/employee relationship, Kirsten Montoya is presenting the page of jobtini to promote JOBTINI, an event that joins qualified candidates of color with diversity-minded employers in the Northwest. Visit the JOBTINI page to get the scoop on this powerful networking opportunity. …or if you yourself were hired by a company you met through Jobtini, we would love to hear your story…

 

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