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South Florida Metro Recruiters

This is a group for recruiters in the Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties, and their friends! It is a place to exchange news, views and for networking -- online and in person. Enjoy!

Website: http://southfloridametrorecruiters.com
Location: South Florida: Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties
Members: 156
Latest Activity: Jan 30, 2013

Welcome to this social network for people in our neck of the woods!

Stay tuned for updates, happenings and new connections.

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Comment by John Coraccio on April 5, 2012 at 10:36am

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 Julie Closter on March 29, 2011 at 11:44am

Hello! I am looking for casual dining restaurant Managers for a large casual dining franchise in the Cutler Bay/Ridge area. If you know a great candidate, please let me know. I am open for splits!

Thanks,

Julie

Comment by Julie Closter on March 15, 2011 at 11:17am
Hello- I'm a transplanted New Yorker living with tons of other transplants who got sick of the cold up north! Please follow me on twitter @julibyrd and or connect with me on linkedin http://www.linkedin.com/in/julieshultz
Comment by Sandy on January 20, 2011 at 9:01am

Hi.  I am excited to have found South Florida Metro Recruiters, and even though my agency is located just a little north in Ormond Beach, we can provide members of this group with the best pre-employment screening in the state.  Bold statement?  Yes, but true.  We are a consumer reporting agency, thus our clients can expect:

1.   Verification of applicant's personal information such as name, date

      of birth, and social security number.  Why is this important?

      It is estimated that as many as 33% of all applicants put false

      information or omit facts on the application.

2.   Nationwide FCRA approved criminal record search.

3.   Nationwide sex offender registry search.

4.   DPPA approved driving record check.

5.   A search of civil records in every jurisdiction the applicant has lived.

      This is necessary because often acts of a  civil nature are not listed

       as a criminal act.  You don't want to recruit someone with a anger

       management issue who may have a restraining order against him/her.

6.    Verification of professional license.

7.    Verification of education.

8.    Credit activity

9.    Military record ( if applicable)

10.  Results of interview with current or past employers and references.

I  work with my clients to make sure they are getting the searches needed for the job being applied for.  The link to our site is http://www.goldshieldli.com, naturally I am always glad to answer questions or help you set up or improve your current program.

Comment by Jeff Stahl on September 9, 2009 at 12:14pm
Hello I am looking to openly network with Pharma and medical industry recruiters. I also would like to introduce a new job board venue bragfolio. The job board with a brag book.
Comment by Jon P. Meredith on February 13, 2009 at 3:43pm
Does anyone know any business development individuals within the print industry; experienced in sales of printed products and services to a broad range of clients?
Comment by Nathaniel Brown on February 13, 2009 at 10:40am
I am looking for recruiters in Miami and surrounding area that specialize in Web 2.0 technologies (AJAX/Ruby on Rails/CSS/etc). Please contact me at nshb at perity.com
Comment by Jon P. Meredith on February 5, 2009 at 5:41pm
Hello all!

I hope that everyone is well and staying warm during our S. FL cold snap.

I am looking for a Sr. Tax Accountant (w/CPA) for one client and a Sr. Internal Auditor for another one. Both are local to the Miami area. These people need to be under 10 year of experience. Both clients want someone who is not that Sr.

If anyone knows of someone please let me know. Our firm does provide a nice referral fee in addition to my eternal thanks.

I also openly network and share connections. Regardless, let me know if you need any help or referrals.
Comment by krecruit on October 22, 2008 at 12:12pm
Hello All,
have a local to us RN that has 13 years experience in a hospital setting but took the last 2 years off to have a child and take care of him.She is wanting to get back into the work force but wants to find a flexible,possibly work from home,maybe P/T position.Experience in the Cardiac field. She worked on telemetry floors, recovered cath lab patients, also worked on IMCU units with higher acuity, but not really any critical care experience. She also was involved with staff education and competencies.Just wondering if you have any ideas on where to start.Would love to split with someone on this.
I look forward to hearing back.
Thanks,
Kim
sgonza2975@aol.com
Comment by Josh Slimmer on September 4, 2008 at 5:10pm
Looking for a Corporate Recruiting Manager for a great client in Tampa. If anyone knows someone who'd be interested, please send them my way.

Thanks,
Josh
josh@jerichohr.com
 

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