Join Valerie Sutton for an in-depth discussion in this video Identifying the contacts in your sector, part of Job Search Strategies.
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Now that you know more about the different ways that recruiters work…with organizations,…it's time to pick the right firm for you to work within your search.…You will want to have a good understanding of the level or position you are…seeking as well, as your industry and role of interest.…The first place to start is with people in your existing network.…Ask people whom they have worked with in the past, or seek out hiring managers…and see whom they have used for past searches.…Your network will be best able to refer you to recruiters with great reputations…and leads for open positions.…
If you are trying to keep your search confidential, you may want to consider…using a recruiter directory.…There are several free directories.…By going to rileyguide.com, you can find a list; however, you may also want to…consider fee-based directories that maybe more up to date.…The Association of Executive Search Consultants has a fee-based service…bluesteps.com that has up-to-date information on retained recruiters from many…
Along the way, discover smart strategies to match your interests with your search and manage your time in order to maximize results.
- Valerie's top five job search tips
- Determining which online job boards to use
- Posting your resume online
- Maximizing the impact of your profile
- Improving your visibility with a blog, workshop, or conferences
- Leveraging your network
- Establishing relationships with recruiters