TALENT SPECIALIST - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
You've been in recruiting for about a year or two, and are starting to realize there might be a better way than what you've seen so far. Better tools. Plenty of stuff to work on and flexibility in what you need to do to fill it. Job reqs that are more qualified. Sales people that are your partner in success, not your adversary.
Our client is a growing, regional player in the IT consulting space, with relationships with SMB and Fortune 500 clients throughout the country. They are building a Talent Acquisition team here in central Ohio to launch their growth, and this position is the foundation the office. Specifically, they are looking for a Technical Recruiter with at least a year or so in the IT consulting or staffing segment.
While experience is nice, what's more important is the desire to win, to beat the other guys, and be a part of a Championship Team. You'll be working with one of the best sales people in the central Ohio market, an individual we've known and worked with for years. This person knows how to sell, control, and close deals, and will be with you every step of the way to not just submit candidates, but win engagements. Your activity will be focused on where you generate success: finding and talking to candidates.
In return, you work for a flexible growth oriented firm with virtually unlimited possibilities for professional growth. Options for continued professional development and a network of recruiters you'll get to know and be able to collaborate with. Tools that make your job that much easier. Plus, a solid base salary with one of the more aggressive variable compensation plans around.
What does it take?
- A year or so of professional level recruiting.
- A knack for leveraging technology and social media to uncover and access talent.
- Basic understanding of Information Technology positions.
- A desire to compete and win, and the ability to develop creative strategies to win.
- A passion for helping people advance in their careers.
- Strong organization skills, yet flexible and able to deal with changing priorities
As you can tell, it's more about aptitude and drive than experience.
Sound interesting? Let us know. We'd love to talk to see if it's the direction you want to go.