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Dynamic Recruiting and Staffing Professional Available -

I am a Professional, results oriented, customer focused Recruiter, skilled at building relationships with hiring managers to ensure success in hiring employees. I am experienced in all methods of direct and indirect recruiting and knowledgeable in numerous applicant tracking systems. The industries in which I have recruited include Information Systems and Services, Engineering, Finance, Manufacturing, Banking, Sales, and Clinical Laboratory, Life Sciences, Food Sciences and… Continue

Added by Dennis on February 2, 2009 at 6:55pm — No Comments

Recruiting Lessons to be Learned from the Super Bowl:

Recruiting Lessons to be Learned from the Super Bowl:

Added by Brent Shopp on February 2, 2009 at 6:54pm — No Comments

Manager, Internal Audit Needed


Kindly forward any of your consultants who are a fit.

Position: Manager, Internal Audit

Location: Princeton, NJ

Duration: Long Term

Travel: Local


• Lead, as assigned, Internal Audits, including both Operational and Financial Audits, in accordance with Auditing Standards

• Prepare for Audits by evaluating Key Risks in the Audit Area, establishing Audit Objectives; developing Timetables and Schedules, and… Continue

Added by RT on February 2, 2009 at 4:08pm — No Comments

Looking for a Application Packaging Specialist or Client/Server Operations Analyst !


Kindly forward any of your consultants who are a match

Position: Application Packaging Specialist or Client/Server Operations Analyst with the following skills:

Term: 3 – 6 months +

Location: Pittsburgh, Liberty Ave

Hours: 40 hrs. M-F

Prefer either US Citizens or Green card holders if you have anyone.



Ø Solid understanding of client / server relationships in order to identify problem sources… Continue

Added by RT on February 2, 2009 at 3:33pm — No Comments

Back in the Home Office

I was working the last 6 months onsite for one of my clients. The company was 2 hours from home so I lived in the Silicon Valley near my client's site and came home for the week-ends. While I loved the work, I can say the working away from home can be less than convenient. I had a great home-away-from home at the Homewood Suites in Santa Clara. Ask for Doyle if you are ever there.

I finished my contract and I am now working back at the home office, trying to get back into the… Continue

Added by Sherry Junker on February 2, 2009 at 3:01pm — 1 Comment


Added by Gerard van der Schaaf on February 2, 2009 at 1:44pm — No Comments

All that H1-B work... for what?

Jay, 32, came to Silicon Valley to work in 2005, after obtaining a doctorate from Cornell in electrical engineering. After four years in the valley, his green card was in process, his job seemed secure, and then "... The Crunch.

Now we can see the true holes in our H1-B immigration policies...

Added by Steve Levy on February 2, 2009 at 1:19pm — No Comments

Philadelphia Recruiters Meet-up a Great Success

Well, the first recruiter meet up in the Philadelphia area has come and gone and I have to say it was a great success. With over 60 recruiters strong, the conversation was full of really strong best practices and strategy sharing regarding social media and leveraging web 2.0 technologies in our day to day. So much of our job is about process, strategy and now more than ever technology.


I’ve been asked many times… Continue

Added by Ryan Leary on February 2, 2009 at 11:38am — No Comments

Attention: HR & Recruiting Professionals

Survey for HR & Recruiting Professionals

HR & Recruiting Professionals: Please take a short 13 question survey to help those in the job search.

Click here to take survey

Results will be discussed in future blog posts at to come and shared with HR professionals and job seekers alike.

Jessica Miller-Merrell is a Human Resource professional with a passion for recruiting and… Continue

Added by Jessica Miller-Merrell on February 2, 2009 at 11:33am — No Comments

Recruit Alliance Kudos

A while back, some genius decided to cut and paste Full job description from Recruit Alliance which caused a huge security threat to Recruit Alliance and everyone that uses it. As a result, the site was forced to ‘lock’ it’s descriptions in order to protect its intellectual properties and the integrity of the service. Rightfully so!! Inadvertently, locking the descriptions threw a wrench in the way I organize and track of my reqs which caused a logistics nightmare for me. I called over to the… Continue

Added by Greg Amerault on February 2, 2009 at 10:58am — 1 Comment

Super Bowl Ads 2009- FAIL ? It was a violent time of it.....

Well that was fun, but not really.

Football is a violent sport- that's one of the reasons why we enjoy it- because the violence is in support of the goal; part of the price of victory. Two weeks ago, the Steelers-Ravens collision was one of the most violent football games I ever watched- scary at times in its intensity.

So when you watch the Super Bowl, the ads have always… Continue

Added by Martin H.Snyder on February 2, 2009 at 9:30am — 2 Comments

No Pot of Gold at the End of This Rainbow

With more and more companies reducing headcount a trend has emerged that has me baffled. As you might expect we’ve targeted companies that are performing poorly because they are easier to recruit from since logically many more people are looking to “jump ship”, but what we’ve seen is that while many of these potential candidates are expecting to be let go the are actually waiting around for it to happen.

The big reason….the severance package…Huh?

Yes it seems the belief of… Continue

Added by bill martineau on February 2, 2009 at 9:11am — 4 Comments

The Best Job in the World, APPLY NOW!

Looking for a six figure job? How about six figures in six months? What will you do? It's only the best job in the world!

"The Caretaker of the Islands of the Great Barrier Reef is a newly created position. There are a few minor tasks that need to be taken care of, but the most important duty is to report back to Tourism Queensland (and the world) and let us know what’s taking place on the Islands of the Great Barrier… Continue

Added by Chad Sowash on February 2, 2009 at 8:45am — 2 Comments

Everyday Business

With over 200 graduates through my Global Mentor Program you can understand that I am witness to commonalities in shortcomings, regularities in obstacles confronted, and similarities in approaches done poorly. Many of the mentoring delegates in the very beginning of their six months working with me, ask the same single question (although the wording may vary, the intent is exact):

"Where should I start to improve… Continue

Added by Ric Willmot on February 2, 2009 at 6:00am — No Comments

Changing marketplace, demands better preparation

After attending previous ERE and ASA conferences and working with staffing clients over the years, I have been told many times over and over...the staffing companies need to 'think forward". This was the biggest reason I left my career in human resources (recruitment and training) and started putting my skills, knowledge and experience to use. My partner and I wanted to create a software that was specific to the staffing industry that they could provide to their candidates. We wanted to create… Continue

Added by Moshin Manji on February 2, 2009 at 12:30am — No Comments

Digging Into v2.05

Unsung Hero Sings

(Jan.30, 2009)Amitai Givertz, Mr. Recruitomatic, works tirelessly to aerate the featured content on RBC. Ami, as he is known to his friends, compiles the daily feature articles and his exhaustive "best of the week" collections. His blog here on RBC is an inventory of the great posts that top the…


Added by John Sumser on February 1, 2009 at 10:00pm — No Comments

Part III: Hairy Maclary and Zachary Quack, forging that relationship!

I simply love this story for a number of reasons, a) my son was named from it. (as a Recruiter, we had a short list of names when my son was being born (2 for boys, 2 for girls). When he came out the doctor announced "It's a boy! What's his name?". I mentioned our short list... the doctor said..."easy.. Zachary..... Zachary Quack") b) the Onomatopoeia and c) The lessons you can relate to day to day… Continue

Added by Dan Nuroo on February 1, 2009 at 5:48pm — 1 Comment

Buy American...Recruit American?

Seems that several lobbyists managed to convince the House to insert Buy American - initially prohibiting the purchase of foreign iron and steel for any infrastructure project in the bill. Not only does Obama's bill smell like a pig sty because all of the pork in the bill but if many of the trades had their way, steel wouldn't be the only product or service covered by Buy American… Continue

Added by Steve Levy on February 1, 2009 at 3:39pm — No Comments


Simply Amazing

Below is my comment that I would leave on recruiterearth but I can't.

My Comment:

I just watched this video and this is an example of how social networking can go wrong. It's an example of how free software can make it so easy to fool people, and the allure of perceived fame is just too strong for some to resist. Here is the original post with lots of… Continue

Added by Slouch on February 1, 2009 at 2:00am — 3 Comments

Quote I love...What would you do for One Life?

To Know one life has breathed easier because you have lived...This is to have succeeded...

-One life Project Film-

Added by Jennifer LaVigne on January 31, 2009 at 9:45pm — No Comments

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