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Deal Maker

This is the blogspace for the Linkedin Deal Maker Group. This group is for recruiters looking to expand their network and do splits with other agencies. It is only open to agencies that do splits.

Members: 115
Latest Activity: Nov 6, 2012

Openings for Splits (Place your positions in the Discussion Forum)

Please post your split jobs here for members to review. We were sending too many emails and it was causing problems. thanks

Recruiter Forum

Assignments in the Middle East Region

Hi All,I am an independent recruiter based in Riyadh Saudi Arabia. Would be interested in a split for any requirement in the ME region. A good researcher with ample contacts in the region. Please…Continue

Started by Muzaffer Siraj Jun 20, 2009.

Split Placements Anyone?

Split placements and full fee placements anyone?EliteSplits.Com is the fastest growing split and full fee placement network is now open and offering a…Continue

Started by Chris Feb 6, 2009.

Business Development People needed earn up to 50% of the fee!!!

If you are a recruiter and prefer to work the client side of the deal we are looking to partner with you. We are willing to pay up to 50% of the deal! This is conditional on your participation in the…Continue

Tags: split, fee, commission, development, business

Started by Darren Linck Dec 17, 2008.

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Comment by Darren Linck on May 20, 2008 at 12:52pm
I am learning this as we go. Please post any jobs or candidates you would like to share in the "Splits" discussion. thanks
Comment by Darren Linck on May 20, 2008 at 12:43pm
I am looking for Telecom Sales people in most major cities. They need to have sold to multi site clients. traditional voice, data, VoIP, cellular and telecom expense management options, not too high end or they will be bored. Great company great comp plan. Let me know
Comment by Suzanne Levison on May 20, 2008 at 12:25pm
Thanks for starting this group. Always open to splits in my niche industry.
Comment by Karen Stevens on May 20, 2008 at 12:23pm
Amazing Candidate: Area of specialization: pre/post sales (systems engineering) and/or technical services group. Industry experience: HPC (high performance computing) & storage

This is a candidate I know personally - I was a contract recruiter for a couple years at the company he is currently with. So, I personally vouch for the fact that he is one of those rare finds that we're all always looking for.

For a small to mid-size co he would probably be VP level (maybe Sr. Director); for a large company he'd be Director level.

people love to work for him, every group he leads the turn over plummets.
he's a "techie" and a "people person" - customers adore him, he's always uncovering untapped business because customers trust him enough to tell him a lot about what's going on in their group.
the top sales people are always begging him to join them on closings because they know having him there will cinch it.
has the highest integrity.

Wants to stay in the SanFrancisco Bay Area.

I'm looking to do a split because my areas of specialization don't necessarily put me in contact with people that would hire him... but he wants to work with me because we've worked together so much (gotta love his loyalty! :))

If you have anything for him please let me know!
Comment by Dianna Slade on May 20, 2008 at 12:06pm
As one of a handful of Brits on Recruiting Blogs if anybody has any UK based work they require assistance withI would be happy to discuss.
Comment by Shaun Gustafson on May 20, 2008 at 11:08am
Thanks Darren for starting this group.

I have a candidate that is moving to the Phoenix area. He has a B.S. in Metallurgical Engineering and an Executive MBA. He is curently the Director f Quality and is looking to do the same when her gets here.

Anyone have any ideas?
Comment by Chris Boegler on May 20, 2008 at 11:08am
Thanks for the Invite Lets all make some money
Comment by Darren Linck on May 20, 2008 at 11:04am
I think the message will only go to the members on this site.
Comment by Josh Slimmer on May 20, 2008 at 10:56am
Send message to group with perhaps a short blurb on this homepage?
Comment by Darren Linck on May 20, 2008 at 10:53am
If this works out as well I expect it too it might be best to use the "send message to group" for the openings.
 

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