Ricardo E. Castaneda
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Is it better to speak with HR or the CTO or CIO or hiring managers of IT companies to get job orders from them?

Started this discussion. Last reply by pam claughton Dec 23, 2011. 4 Replies

      Is it better to speak with HR or the CTO or CIO or hiring managers of IT companies to get job orders from them?  Isn't HR the ones who have afinal say if they will work with recruiters?  Which…Continue

New to Recruiting - What is a realistic income as a Technical Recruiter.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Cora Mae Lengeman Dec 4, 2011. 6 Replies

Hi, I am a new recruiter and work on commission.  What is a realistic income for a recruiter.  Thanks.Continue

I am looking for 50-50 split partners.

Started Nov 22, 2011 0 Replies

I have job orders I need help with and am looking for virtual recruiters to partner with for a 50-50 split.  Contact me if interested at…Continue

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Ricardo E. Castaneda commented on George Easton's group 'Recruiters Looking For Splits'
"I am looking for recruiters looking for splits.  I specialize in getting job orders and am in need of a few good recruiters interested in splits.  Please email me at rec.castaneda@gmail.com if interested."
Nov 21, 2012
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Paul Alfred liked Ricardo E. Castaneda's discussion Is it better to speak with HR or the CTO or CIO or hiring managers of IT companies to get job orders from them?
Dec 23, 2011
Paul Alfred replied to Ricardo E. Castaneda's discussion 'Is it better to speak with HR or the CTO or CIO or hiring managers of IT companies to get job orders from them?'
"Hi Ricardo,  Amy and Rita have provided some great advice ... I usually like to work with the Hiring Sponsor Like Ritu,  first and work backwards... Sometimes the "I was doing some research on your company and would love to meet with…"
Dec 23, 2011
Ritu Chaudhari replied to Ricardo E. Castaneda's discussion 'Is it better to speak with HR or the CTO or CIO or hiring managers of IT companies to get job orders from them?'
"Hi Ricardo, my suggestion would be to talk to the one in "pain". If the Hiring Manager is getting frustrated that he is not getting the right candidates, he is the best one to approach. Similarly, if there is a centralized…"
Dec 22, 2011
Amy Ala replied to Ricardo E. Castaneda's discussion 'Is it better to speak with HR or the CTO or CIO or hiring managers of IT companies to get job orders from them?'
"it is better to speak with the person who will get your candidates in front of the decision maker, keep you informed, and make sure you get paid. That can be any of the people you listed... HR or a C-level exec can get you in the door (and make sure…"
Dec 21, 2011
Ricardo E. Castaneda posted a discussion

Is it better to speak with HR or the CTO or CIO or hiring managers of IT companies to get job orders from them?

      Is it better to speak with HR or the CTO or CIO or hiring managers of IT companies to get job orders from them?  Isn't HR the ones who have afinal say if they will work with recruiters?  Which is better to speak to regarding job orders?See More
Dec 21, 2011
Cora Mae Lengeman replied to Ricardo E. Castaneda's discussion 'New to Recruiting - What is a realistic income as a Technical Recruiter.'
"Best job in the world!  You can make as much money as you want by working hard or as little money as you need to get by with just "sot of" being a recruiter.  And there are many stops in between.  Work harder, work…"
Dec 4, 2011
jeffreytmoore replied to Ricardo E. Castaneda's discussion 'New to Recruiting - What is a realistic income as a Technical Recruiter.'
"Agree 100% with Jerry.  It's an even harder career but if you love it and work hard you'll do quite well"
Nov 28, 2011
Jerry Albright replied to Ricardo E. Castaneda's discussion 'New to Recruiting - What is a realistic income as a Technical Recruiter.'
"Yep.  That's what I meant.    If you work hard you'll be rewarded.  Whether in the end you are at the company you start at or not - the harder you work (paying attention all the way and always refining your approach to…"
Nov 28, 2011
Ricardo E. Castaneda replied to Ricardo E. Castaneda's discussion 'New to Recruiting - What is a realistic income as a Technical Recruiter.'
"What do you mean, high paying if we dedicate the time and effort and low paying if we don't? "
Nov 28, 2011
Jerry Albright replied to Ricardo E. Castaneda's discussion 'New to Recruiting - What is a realistic income as a Technical Recruiter.'
"This is quite possibly the highest paying hard work you can get into without a decade of college.  It is also a very low paying "easy" job if you so choose.  "
Nov 28, 2011
Roland Kuehn replied to Ricardo E. Castaneda's discussion 'New to Recruiting - What is a realistic income as a Technical Recruiter.'
"Hi Ricardo, I'm new to the recruiting game myself but I found that Rebecca Sargeant's post from a while ago was a great education in what kind of income and career progression we can expect. It's a good read. Good…"
Nov 28, 2011
Ricardo E. Castaneda posted a discussion

New to Recruiting - What is a realistic income as a Technical Recruiter.

Hi, I am a new recruiter and work on commission.  What is a realistic income for a recruiter.  Thanks.See More
Nov 27, 2011
Ricardo E. Castaneda commented on Tom Mazzulla's group 'Virtual Recruiters Network'
"I have additional job orders I need help in filling and am looking for virtual recruiters for a 50 - 50 split.  Contact me if interested at rec.castaneda@gmail.com"
Nov 22, 2011

Profile Information

Name
Ricardo E. Castaneda
Job Title
Sr. Recruiter
Company
CSR Consulting
Which best describes your profession?
Agency Recruiting
How many years have you been in the business?
2-4 years
Which industries do you work in now?
All Industries, Healthcare, Technology
How many employees in your company?
<10

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