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Land your most FULFILLING job (written by MF for Brandon Hall Newsletter)

You want to find a new role, a job you can really get excited about. Think beyond the jobs you see and hear about. Make it your temporary job to seek out your dream job. How?

One way is by knowing and seeking to find elearning/learning work within your area of passion/personal interests. You know, what you want to do when you retire. Research the possibilities of combining that with your current professional career. Example – if you are a learning professional, and love anything from… Continue

Posted on December 15, 2008 at 9:10pm

Current openings (as of last week, really)

Avondale Search International is currently seeking:

• Senior Instructional Designer, Ohio

• Manager, Innovative Learning Technologies, Ohio

• Dean of Information Technology School (online university), PhD required

• Enterprise Sales, Instructor Led Training, Virtual, western half of the US preferred

• eLearning sales positions, for those with proven success selling to F2000 General Counsel decision makers (virtual)

• Sales Management, outsourced ILT Learning… Continue

Posted on December 15, 2008 at 9:06pm

10 L&D Staff Hiring Best Practices for IT Vendors

10 L&D Staff Hiring Best Practices for IT Vendors

(as published in CEDMA newlsetter)

By William Vanderbilt

Avondale Search International

Senior Industry Consultant

One of the common complaints about the Learning and Development (L&D) function in any organization is that the group can lack relevancy to the overall business. This is particularly true in the IT vendor world where there is a constant struggle to provide relevant training on… Continue

Posted on July 6, 2008 at 6:57pm

Manish asks: Are you a star recruiter?? What makes you feel that you are a star recruiter in the industry? Is the number of placements the only determining factor in your recruiting career history?

I feel I am a star recruiter for a few reasons but not for volume. (Although we have placed hundreds and hundreds of people over a 12 year period.)

1. I am only as good as my trusted network who have truly become friends and I thank them first and foremost!! (You know who you are :-)

2. I take the time to really understand my client's business before I accept a retained search assignment, and only if I believe I am the best recruiter for the job. After 12 years in… Continue

Posted on April 22, 2008 at 11:00am — 1 Comment

<b>How long does it take to find a new role and how do you stay sane in the interim?</b>

Coming soon:
How long does it take to find a new role and how do you stay sane in the interim?

Posted on April 14, 2008 at 12:24pm

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At 5:09pm on June 11, 2008, Simon said…
Hello Margot,

Cute Doggie....looking forward to networking with you.

At 11:54am on April 23, 2008, Bill Vick said…
Margot - I appreciate your joining our group here on RecruitingBlogs and just posted a short note about our kick-off tomorrow.

I see your in Rocky River. I grew up in Lakewood and my great, great grandfather donated much of the land that comprises Rocky River and the Metropolitan Park system. Its been a while since I was back there but I have great memories growing up in Lakewood.
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