You will be developing relationships with Marketing and Creative Directors and Vice-Presidents of major corporations, and your excellent recruiting and sales teams will be working with you to place some of the finest talent in the marketing and creative industries.
· You will be "driving your own ship" in this outstanding branch, overseeing a workplace that is exciting, efficient, and fun.
· You will be working with top talent on both the client and candidate sides of the business.
· You will be responsible for hiring, mentoring and leading a vibrant team of top performers.
· You get to share the success that everyone looks for in a job, and the reward that comes with doing something you can be proud of.
· You will be given the chance to be autonomous and make great money!
This is an unbelievably exciting opportunity for an entrepreneurial individual who is energized by the idea of selling, managing and growing and office and making his/her mark!
· You must have a history of success in management and sales within the staffing industry.
· A background in marketing and/or working with marketing departments is a big plus.
· You must have outstanding skills at hiring, leading and coaching a team.
· You must have excellent customer service and communication skills.
· You must have the ability to get "past the gatekeeper" and must be a pro at presentations.
· You must have the inate ability to build rapport and relationships with everyone....your clients, candidates and office team.
· You must have the ability to grow your business, see the big picture, and still have awesome attention to detail.
Keywords: branch manager, division manager, area manager, creative, marketing, creative staffing, staffing, staffing industry, temporary staffing, sales, manager.
This position is being presented by Omni Recruiting. Since 1993, Omni Recruiting has enjoyed a stellar reputation for being a well-established, well-respected search firm specializing in the placement of managers and executives within the staffing industry nationwide. Atlanta-based Omni recruits throughout the U.S. for its exceptional group of client companies within the temporary staffing, contract recruiting and permanent placement industries. Omni’s clients are leaders in the staffing industry, and specialize in multiple staffing disciplines including office support, light industrial, healthcare, IT, accounting, finance, legal, construction and driver staffing, as well as other staffing niches. Omni is known throughout the staffing industry for its personal service and for its excellent track record of placing quality staffing people with quality staffing companies. Omni is the recruiter's recruiters. Visit Omni at www.omnirecruiting.com.…
ieties of sales people. I simply MUST be very selective and judicious of my time.
Also, it does seem that many people who can't make a buck in the financial services business (mortgage folks especially) are now calling themselves recruiters and our clients tell us that they are inundated with calls from them- from all over the world now. Sales people often forget that their jobs offer a lot more freedom to manage their time than most other jobs and they should not expect anyone to stop what they are doing to help them make money.
Yes, it's a tough world right now. As I suggest to my teams, it's not just about the number of calls you make, it'a about the quality of your relationships.
Shannon Erdell, President
Stephen said:I don't mean to play Devil's Advocate here, but how many phone calls/emails are hiring authorities receiving from recruiters/account managers with which they have no prior relationship? 10 a day? Hundreds a week?I personally receive anywhere from 8-10 unsolicited phone calls from unqualified candidates per day and well over 100 unsolicited email resumes a week. Everyone of those people expects me to find them a job. We all know this is completely unrealistic. I work 12+ hours per day already and I'd definitely have to tack on an extra hour or so per day if I indulged everyone who reached out to me. When I say indulge, I mean having a thorough conversation to make the candidate feel like they received personalized attention.Let's flip the script. When I call a hiring authority, I assume they are already inundated by other staffing professionals trying to make a living. The fact they don't respond isn't because they are unprofessional. In fact, I think it is quite to the contrary. That person earned the authority to make decisions based, in part, on their professionalism. Part of being a professional is knowing how to manage your time most effectively, while avoiding complete burnout.When they don't respond, I assume it is because I took the wrong approach. I didn't do enough to stand out or I didn't think about WIIFM.We have to remember that the hiring authority is the customer and, in this economy, they have many, many choices. I realize this can be frustrating, but pursuing business is a very competitive, strategic endeavor - survival of the fittest at its finest.
would be there.
But for us, once the Hanukkah candles burned down,
There was nothing but boredom all over town.
The malls and the theaters were all closed up tight;
There weren't any concerts to go to that night.
A dance would have saved us, some ballroom or swing,
But we searched through the papers; there wasn't a thing.
Outside the window sat two feet of snow;
With the wind-chill, they said it was fifteen below.
And while all I could do was sit there and brood,
My girl saved the night and called out "CHINESE FOOD!"
So we ran to the closet, grabbed hats, mitts and boots
To cover out heads, our hands, and our foots.
We pulled on our jackets, all puffy with down.
And into the car bound for old Chinatown.
In search of a restaurant "Which one? Lets decide!"
We chose "Hunan Chozer," and ventured inside.
Around us sat other Jews, their platters piled high
With the finest of foods their money could buy
There was roast duck, fried fake squid - sweet, sour and spiced
Dried kosher beef and mixed veggies, lo mein and fried rice,
Whole fish and moo shu and "shrimp" chow mei fun,
And General Tso’s chicken – yum, yum, yum, yum, yum!
When at last we decided, and the waiter did call,
We said "Skip the menu!" and ordered it all.
And when in due time the food was all made,
It came to the table in a sort of parade.
Before us sat dim sum, spare ribs and egg rolls
And four different soups, in ornately huge bowls.
The courses kept coming, from spicy to mild,
And higher and higher toward the ceiling were piled.
So much piled up, one dish after the other,
My girlfriend and I couldn't see one another!
Now we sat there, we two, without proper utensils,
While they handed us something that looked like two pencils.
We ate till we couldn't and drank down our teas
And barely had room for our fortune cookies.
But my fortune was perfect; it summed up the mood
When it said "Even if it was kosher, it was still Chinese food!."
But my girlfriend, well - she got a real winner;
Her’s said "Your companion will pay for the dinner."
Our bellies were full and at last it was time
To travel back home and write some bad rhyme
Of our Chinatown trek (and to privately speak
About trying to refine our chopstick technique).
The MSG spun round and round in our heads,
As we tripped and we laughed and gaily we said,
As we carried our leftovers home through the night
"Good Yom Tov to all and to all a Good Night!"
Happy Holidays all - Steve…
Added by Steve Levy at 7:50am on December 20, 2008