tion package with generous bonus/commissions along with all the software tools like ATS, VMS and multiple job board access to make you successful.
Role includes, but not limited to:
• Develop & Manage the assigned large accounts
• Ability to meet & exceed the staffing metrics and goals
• Prior Sales & recruiting experience is highly desired
• Multi-tasking & high volume recruiting skills are MUST
• Identifying candidates using multiple sources (online job boards, referrals, etc.)
• Screening resumes to identify qualified candidates
• Performing initial interviews and technical screening with candidates
• Negotiating pay rates with potential candidates
• Coordinating and managing the interview process
• Processing new hire paperwork
• Maintain Employee Files
Present offer letters
Conduct Background/reference/credit checks & screenings.
Conduct Reference checks
Ensure required new hire paperwork is completed
Administer Benefits information and paperwork
• Follow-up with consultants on a regular basis to check on their project status
If interested pls send us your detailed resume with salary expectation info to (email@example.com)…
ifferent from being fired for performance and all industries have their horror stories of "terminations" done wrong or badly. Aerospace in particular, due large and small contract approvals and sudden contract cancellations, is famous and infamous for unique terminations--like "pink slips" received by new hires upon arrival to start a new job (heard that). Or Security and HR-ER following you to your desk after you’ve been terminated to pack you up to go with escort (saw that). And mass terminations where groups of employees, actually former employees, were addressed in mass relative to benefits, outplacement services, etc. Some were contentious.
However, most “terminations” I’ve noticed, and have been a part of, were handled with civility, respect and appreciation for legal ramifications. I recall one PhD Research Scientist had her job offer rescinded soon after it was accepted due to an unexpected change in organizational needs. She was given a verbal and written apology and a check in the amount of what six-month’s pay would have been had she started at the salary originally offered. She called me to express her understanding of the situation and for the generous compensation for not a single day of work…and offered to be available to my employer in the future should are needs change.
Sometimes it’s time to cut or be cut. It's happened to me, it happens to worst and the best…and to those in the middle of those extremes.…