Position: TECHNICAL RECRUITER (1+ year experience)
How did you get into recruiting? There's a high probability that you fell into it. You like meeting and talking with people. Understanding what they are all about. Helping them out by getting them into a better situation.
At the same time, you savor the competition. Getting a candidate to the hiring manager and winning deals before the other guy. Being known as the top provider to your clients. You take pride in seeing the positive impact you have on both your candidates and your clients. And the money's not bad either.
But, right now you are a bit frustrated. Maybe your firm is coasting. Or, they don't have the same passion you do. Maybe you do what you can is a recruiter but the rest of the organization is not quite up to task. Whatever the reason, you know you can do better if you are part of the right team.
This just may be the right team.
So, why choose this one?
- Training program. Remember when you started? You were handed a phone and laptop. Not here. Industry leading recruiting and sales training program.
- Do you have "dead times" where there's nothing to work on? If that happens, you can recruit on a regional / national basis.
- Private firm. You won't be chasing quarterly results; they are in it for the long haul.
- A "grow talent from within" philosophy. From recruiting, to maybe sales or recruiting management, or to a Branch Manager role, and beyond.
- One of the most rewarding commission, comp, and recognition packages in the industry. Things like promotional trips twice per year and other monthly/quarterly/annual promotions. Discretionary Bonuses twice per year based on exceptional sales growth.
So, what's it take?
It's not just the usual laundry list of skills and experience. It's desire to win. It's aptitude to figure things out. It's willingness to get creative and look at different ways of getting candidates and positions matched up.
Sure you'll have the basic stuff. A year or more focused in IT recruiting, and ideally within an IT services / staffing firm. You'll be comfortable with technology to do the job like Applicant Tracking Systems, Boolean search strings, and such. You'll know how to comb LinkedIn and other sources to turn that passive candidate into an active one.
But really, it's about the intangibles. A base level of experience combined with attitude, aptitude, and desire win at this firm.
Sound intriguing? Let's talk. Send a resume for a confidential discussion.