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Started this discussion. Last reply by Irene Levitt Aug 17, 2008.

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At 2:53pm on December 4, 2008, Julie Bouman said…
Hi Katrina, thanks so much for the insight!
At 12:31am on August 21, 2008, Harsh Pangi said…
Hi Katrina:

I'm here for professional networking. Please accept my invite.

At 8:37am on April 29, 2008, Bill Vick said…
Hi Katrina - I'd like to invite you to join us at the XtremeRecruiting.tv group here on RecruitingBlogs. You'll find other SAP recruiters here along with some videos that give insight into the rise of technology in our business.
At 7:41pm on April 11, 2008, Tektree Gopi said…
Hi Katrina.,

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At 11:10am on March 24, 2008, Chad Hinzman said…
Katrina. I just wanted to reach out to find out if there was potential to partner with you on some of the SAP requirements you may be working on. I have an extensive network and am really emersing myself within the community at the moment. Would love to hear from you.
At 3:30pm on March 6, 2008, bill martineau said…
Sorry for the slow response, but the client decided not to hire for the HR manager position. However, they are working on multiple FTE SAP positions here in NC and I'll call you to discuss them if you thinks you might be able to assist. No visa candidates, no contractors and no contract to perm. Needs include BW, FI/CO, WM/MM & Portal developer.
At 9:18am on February 28, 2008, Chris Broussard said…
I am the Senior Recruiter with a government contractor. I am very interested in IT recruiting but have very little IT background. Do you have any advice on how to get my foot in the door?

Chris Broussard
At 8:46pm on February 15, 2008, Ray Towle said…

My answer to your Market Rates for Cleared SAP Pros question:

Types of Clearances:
SCI: Special Compartmentalized Intelligence
SI: Special Intelligence
Crypto: Cryptography
TS: Top Secret
S: Secret
C: Confidential

Most SAP positions that require clearances require only low level clearances; C or S. Generally, whenever someone makes a move from one role that requires clearance to another, if they are deemed to be "clearable", their provisional clearance is given within a matter of weeks, and the process begins anew whenever they go to a new position. So there is nothing special about having a low level clearance, these folks may be hired for a little more, but they would not necessarily be a higher rate than say a Green Card SAP individual with the same skills. So the answer is a "little better" on a case by case basis depending on the demand in the spot market. But generally the quality of his SAP skills would have a greater impact than the fact that he is clearable.

Higher level security clearances; TS, SI, and SCI; are a different matter. These are hard to come by and are more easily transferred than begun anew. People who have these clearances know they are valuable and so there can be said to be a higher "market rate". However there are generally so few roles requiring such high level clearance that they can't really be said to affect the market.

Expenses are treated to be the same, meaning depending what the client wants.

If you have any follow-up clearance-related questions please send me an e-mail to: VirtualSourcer@comcast.net . . . All the Best!

Ray Towle
At 9:28am on February 13, 2008, bill martineau said…

I wanted to quickly touch base with you regarding a retained search that I'll most likely be taking on starting next week with a client in NC. They are looking to move very quickly to locate a SAP HR Project Manager (perm) and as we both know these people are A. hard to find & B. Expensive. I thought I touch base in advance to see if you are open to split business and be interested in hearing more about the job & the details when I put the deal together.

Let me know either way and please check out my page here on recruitingblogs or our blog site at www.thevoiceofit.com


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At 1:40pm on February 10, 2008, Dave Mendoza said…

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