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Why do you do what you do? Waking up everyday to be a Recruiting Professional. I'll look anywhere for inspiration, hopefully some of you in the RBC world will join me.

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The Buzz of helping people learn

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Win the Lucky Platypus!

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My Buzz of being Australian

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Comment by Aditi Shrivastava on October 3, 2013 at 11:52am

we are looking Freelance/Independent/Self-Employed Recruiter who can mainly Submit Resume for GC and USA citizen candidate for Job requirement on Jobhuk.com

Also, Looking for RPO to partner-up with us.

if you are interested, please share details at aditi@jobhuk.com

Comment by John Coraccio on April 5, 2012 at 9:57am

Certified Recruiter with outstanding experience (Microsoft, Jabil, Navistar, and Hitachi) and 22 solid Linked In recommendations - Searching for my next virtual opportunity…

I hope I am not taking advantage of you by asking for your assistance (I call it “networking”!).

If there is someone you think I should contact, please let me know! 

Simply - I am a well experienced and proven successful virtual recruiter with experience in the following:

•Developing and managing recruiting and sourcing strategies and programs to identify, attract, candidates across multiple locations and groups – utilizing Boolean searches, X-Raying, flipping,  data mining, professional networking, social media, databases, job fairs, employee referrals, trade shows, groups, associations, etc

 

•Expertise in high volume and targeted recruiting programs.

Contracts have included:

  • Hitachi Consulting
  • Jabil
  • Navistar
  • Microsoft

 

 

AORT certified Advanced Online Recruiting Techniques – similar to AIRS CIR Certification

Cheers…

John

Johncoraccio@gmail.com

813-920-0943

 http://www.linkedin.com/pub/0/263/55b

 

Top qualities: Great Results, Personable, High Integrity

“I have had the pleasure of working with John on a number of recruiting engagements and he is known among my team as "the guy who can get it done". John loves a challenge and has great success finding the needle in a hay stack candidates that other recruiters have given up on trying to find. John builds strong relationships with candidates and hiring managers that make him a true partner in the process ensuring a high touch experience on both sides. For anyone considering Johns work on a recruiting project, you won’t have to worry about him -- just point John in the direction you want him to go in and it will get done.”

 

Comment by Tracy Adlington on June 15, 2011 at 11:55am
Everyday is different, networking, relationship building and placing a good candidate into the job they want... PLUS when you hit target thats the BUZZ you need to carry on! I dont think there is another job I would choose to do that is as varied as recruitment :-)
Comment by Dan Nuroo on September 23, 2009 at 9:26pm
no worries Karen.. I forgot about this... need to add more content... thinking cap ON!
Comment by Julia Stone on February 23, 2009 at 5:51pm
If you can find the right people for the right jobs, I have found that very little is out of your reach.
Comment by Kunal on January 20, 2009 at 4:20pm
Thanks for the invite Dan.
Comment by Jenn Asson on January 15, 2009 at 8:37am
I'm in search of a website or training software that could possibly train people on how to become better recruiters. Things like how to screen through resumes to find the perfect candidates for job orders and how to interview a candidate the right way no matter what industry they are looking to apply to. Please feel free to send me a message or post something to my page so that I can read it. I'm trying to get this information for a friend that wants to go into business with me and she doesn't really have that much recruiting experience.

Thanks everyone for your assistance.
Comment by Rayanne on January 6, 2009 at 12:08pm
I try to stay always active! Walking, organizing, etc.
I try to get up early and walk at least three - four times a week... This clears my mind BUT I also do a lot of thinking when I am walking. It's amazing the ideas I come up with...
Just a couple miles but it is enough to get my blood pumping to my brain before I pick up that phone or put together that report!
Glad to be here! Happy New Year everyone!

~Rayanne
Comment by Steve Levy on January 6, 2009 at 11:27am
When I'm in recruiting mode (sadly it seems, it's all the time), I look at everything with an eye towards talent. Maybe because I cut my teeth as an engineer, I believe that structure always begats function. So when I;m reading the Financial Times in the morning over coffee, I'm reading articles with a question sitting on my shoulder - How does this relate to recruiting? IMO, everything relates to recruiting; it may take a few more shovels to uncover the relationship but in time I make the connection.

More to come...

Great group idea Dan.
Comment by Dan Nuroo on January 5, 2009 at 9:28pm
I am always looking for inspiration. This is a tough gig, to get yourself up everyday. Why do we do it? Is there something wrong with us? What makes us get out of bed everyday and get to work to make the difference we do, when sometimes we are the only ones who see this difference
 

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