finding people like you to offer a great place to work.
If you like the 'agency' environment, the thrill of the deal, the art of our craft.. and would like to also work in a solid, healthy, environment with an executive team that have been creating growth and making decisions together for over 10 years, I may have something for you.
Our Recuiting Managers are individual contributors focused on placing candidates; sales is a separate function at Accountants Inc. There is no candidate ownership here, but compensation is based on base plus personal production and is uncapped. Our compensation structure has not changed in the 5 years I've been here (except percentage increases) and our Best Practices have withstood the test of time for over 10 years.
Our current openings are in:
San Francisco, CA
Please contact me directly if you'd like to have a conversation about this. It's truly a great place to work.
National Recruiting Manager
ntact because they have a belief that since I am a recruiter I can automatically find them a job. If you don't hear back, assume you are not qualified and move on.
Case in point, here is the work history from a resume I just received from a candidate applying for a Payload Systems Engineer position for the DoD industry. What are the chances this candidate has a degree and security clearance?
1. 2003 to 2006– Jody Maroni’s HMS Host as a Cashier
At Sky Harbor Airport.
2. 2006 to 2007– Swiss port Fuelling at
Sky Harbor International Airport, fuelling aircrafts.
3. 2007 to 2008– Security for Akal
Around the airport and hotels around Phoenix area.
4. 2008 to present– Fry’s Food and Drug Store as a Cashier
As for the candidates I do engage with, I have an ATS (archiac? Yes) that I use and candidates do not get removed until I have given them feedback. Sometimes I never get feedback but that is due to the company, not me and I let them know that. As for sending something to every candidate that rolls across my desk? No thanks.…
to "network" with people inside the company and become a pain in the tail. The referrals that work are those where somebody knows someone who might be a fit, tells them to apply for the job, then let's the hiring manager or internal recruiter know that they have referred them so if they like what they see on the resume and want more info to ask. Very seldom can one of your networking buddies "get you in" but they can sure get you knocked out and cause themselves some problems along the way.
The classic case i can recount is the district sales guy i sent to a company in Phoenix. Everything was going along pretty well until he mentioned that he networked a lot with one of their Sr. people and asked her to put in a good word for him. What he didn't know was they were about to fire her because she had hired a bunch of her buddies who were problems. Not only did they clean house to get rid of her "network", he got declined five minutes after he walked out of the interview. Networked himself right out of a job he probably would have gotten if he had kept his mouth shut about who he knew and talked about what he knew.…
e those handling security found it humorous. And the mom behind me complained and moaned about having her $4 bottle of water confiscated. It still surprises me when individuals fail to understand security rules, even nearly ten years after 9/11. My flight from Orange County's John Wayne Airport to Phoenix was uneventful, thank goodness because the three and half hour layover that ensued nearly drove me mad. Delayed flights, rude flight attendants, ignorant travelers, and fatigue can take their toll. Good thing I am incredibly excited about this trip and the potential for learning that awaits. Craig Fisher of A List Solutions and TNL fame put together an incredible one-day conference coordinated with the onslaught of tech-driven and social-minded recruiting industry professionals, looking forward to the brain share... PLUS the hugely popular UNsix Tweet-Up organized by the incomparable taking place after TNL. I guess the bottom line is: the hassle, the travel, the work, the discomfort are all worth it. Looking forward to the amount of information that will blow past me, I hope some of it will stick - I "know" some of it will. What sticks will become a post, I'm sure. Proving the value - a worthy endeavor. by rayannethorn…
e attitude--then you have something. Otherwise, attitude can be nothing more than..."A tale...full of sound and fury; signifying nothing". (Macbeth-W.S.)
However, comparing Charlie vs. Ashton--Charlie wins overall based on his work attitude and his record of accomplishments. Charlie's foibles are a bit of arrogance mixed with entertainment- -these guys and gals do entertain for a living, e.g, joaquin phoenix and his "rap" phase.
By the way what has Ashton accomplished besides a tired TV "70s series; a few movies that quickly went to video; he married a mother figure; and plays pranks on other celebs who appreciate an additional 15min of "deer in the headlights" notoriety?
Charlie had a good run replacing Michael J. Fox in Spin City; had a mega "HIT" TV series in Two and a Half Men and has acted in a number of cult classics like: Wall Street; Hot Shots! & Hot Shots! Part Deux ; Platoon; Young Guns; Navy Seals,:and Major League to name a few.…