Maria Kench
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Recruiting Scientists?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Slate Jan 7, 2009.

Recruiting Techniques

Started May 14, 2008

IT / Technical Networking Groups

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At 2:57pm on January 13, 2009, Slouch said…
happy Birthday Maria
At 11:53am on August 6, 2008, JohnWilson said…
Maria
Very good morning,

I am JohnWilson working as Business Development Manager.

I want to touch base with you regarding opportunities/job orders you deal with.
And we deal with all types of positions; contract, contract to hire and direct hire/permenant positions.
Could you please let me know your convient time or else feel free to call/mail me at any time, to discuss vendor agreement

Eagerly looking to do good business with a top notch Staffing firm


Anticipating good relation with you :)

John
john.wilson@catamerica.com
201 255 0319 x 233
At 4:38pm on July 30, 2008, Sasanka said…
Hi Maria,

I work for a small IT staffing firm that exclusively deals with corp to corp contract jobs, and would love to connect with you so we could help each other out, please send me a message.

thanks,
Sasanka.
At 9:42pm on July 7, 2008, Chris Wessell said…
Hey Maria! Nice blog! See ya around the "office"!
At 12:40pm on May 19, 2008, Heather Gardner said…
Thanks for the comment Maria... I hadn't even realized it was published today! Always up for professional networking.. if I can ever be of assistance to you, please don't hesitate to contact me direct. Best, Heather hgardner@volt.com or 831-464-1041
At 1:56pm on May 15, 2008, Recruiting Animal said…
Thanks. I have to say that I agree. He was good.
At 8:29am on May 14, 2008, Claudia Faust said…
Hi Maria, and thanks for suggesting that we connect! Let me know how I can assist at any time.

cheers,
Claudia
At 8:27am on May 14, 2008, Amitai Givertz said…
Maria, welcome to the mix! Thanks for the invite too.
At 5:38pm on March 28, 2008, Dylan Walker said…
Thanks! I contemplated what picture to put up and it finally made sense that they'd look a lot better that I would! Hahaha! Have a great weekend!

Dylan
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