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.…
t and I'm supposed to be switching places with someone who is a programmer or programmer-analyzer and . . . NO! Does that look like blue to you? I'm sorry but they lost my luggage with the name of the person whose place I'm supposed to stay at and I know if I heard it I would recognize it . . . I think it starts with an 'S' . . . I SAID BLUE! DOES BEIGE LOOK LIKE BLUE TO YOU? I'm sorry but they keep showing me the wrong colored luggage. Can you help me, PLEASE?"
I have collected over 400 names at a time in IT with this.…