* The ability to make four contract placements a month(must be verifiable).
* The ability to maintain industry standard margins of 30% or better
* The ability to source the majority of candidates without having to rely solely on job boards ( we do use them)
* Technical literacy and comprehension
* Proficient in MS Word
If you meet the above requirements and consider yourself an "A" player please contact us.
For more information on our company, check us out at: http://www.scfoster.com/
Base salary plus commission
If your interested and would like to discuss please let me know.
know, Amy) In my experience, they roll them through the process with little regard for selling the role. Matter of fact, they often negative sell the position (You're already a Director, why would you want to be a Director here?- as if every company is the same).
The advantage the 3rd party recruiter has is the ability to form an alliance with the candidate and move the process along, keeping both sides informed of the dynamics of the process. Plusthe ability to devote more time to a specific project.
Bill J.- If you don't believe that you offer more than an internal recruiter, you're not going to convince anyone else you can.
to do with ability to carry out the position, it is not a valid selector, no matter how benign. Having to work around the system to be noticed as an applicant suggests the system is not performing in its intended purpose, no?…
lace for success. And that truly is the key isn't it? To find the right workplace to match your skills, ability and potential. That will happen... keep doing what you are doing... committment is a two way street in the work world...…
nd of course Ning is not being sold. I have seen Networks on Ning sell and what happens is the administration for the site gets changed and the new owner has the ability to change the site layout, grow the site , charge advertising to those who want to advertise to the membership including shutting the site down if they wanted to but I don't think that would happen. The domain name RecruitingBlogs.com is owned by me and that of course is part of the sale. Once the auction is over the person/company with the highest bid will become the new main admin for the site and I will no longer have that access and no longer own the domain name RecruitingBlogs.com or the ability to administer/control the RecruitingBlogs.com network. I hope that clarifies your comment.…