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Sherry Street
about 2 months ago

Looking for Work From Home!

Hi everyone! I am looking for a work from home position.

I have worked in the Retail, Restaurant & Convenience Store businesses for over 20 yrs. as a General Manager. I have over 30 yrs. experience in customer service. Excellent talent recruiting skills. I enjoy writing, reading, travel, painting and movies. If you would like to see my resume please contact me at herfamingsword@gmail.com.

After an accident left me handicapped, and 2 yrs. of physical therapy, I am seeking a position from home.

Thank you in advance for your time and consideration.

#workfromhome #jobsearch #interview #retail #Manager #customerservice #recruiter #foodservices #management #jobsearch

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Tricia Hendrix
Community Specialist
4 months ago

HR Recruiter needed to work from home!

TapResearch is hiring a Recruiter to join their team. This role will play a critical role in every aspect of the recruiting process – with a focus on candidate sourcing, employer branding, hiring manager collaboration & closing. You’ll be responsible for creatively engaging candidates to help us to continue to find, evaluate, and hire top talent. They are looking for someone to join our team immediately and would love to hear from you!

Their values

We are working hard to build an environment where both our team and our business thrive.

We are intentional about providing an extreme level of transparency, because it is the only way to ensure everyone has the context they need to be effective in their role and to make the biggest impact on the company.We have a bias toward action and expect a high degree of personal ownership because that’s the only way to reach our goals. We care deeply about intellectual honesty and making sure we are asking ourselves the right questions. We make personal growth a priority, helping employees learn, grow and reach their goals.

Your role

  • Work in a recruiting process that ensures transparency, and optimizes for a great candidate experience and an efficient process.
  • Able to own the lifecycle of recruiting from kicking off a new search, job description development, building a robust evaluation strategy, sourcing and closing candidates.
  • Passionate about building diverse pools of candidates. Own configuration of Greenhouse, our Applicant Tracking System (ATS).
  • Work with internal stakeholders on employer branding initiatives to ensure candidates are aware of TapResearch and understand what we do and the virtues of being a part of our team.
  • Able to collate data and report on progress, pipelines etc.

Required Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree and 2+ years relevant experience.
  • Strong communications skills – especially selling the TapResearch vision, explaining our mission, and sourcing/closing candidates in highly competitive markets.
  • Able to be highly autonomous and self-directed while also being a great collaborator.
  • Network of technical talent.
  • Either in-house or agency technical recruiting experience.
  • Ability to thrive in a fast moving startup environment.
  • Experience with Greenhouse or similar ATS systems.

Benefits

Along with competitive compensation, TapResearch offers first-class benefits to all of its employees including:

  • Unlimited PTO.
  • 100% Company-paid Healthcare Benefits
  • 401k
  • Stock options
  • New Macbook/company swag kit

Are you interested in this role?

APPLY HERE to begin!

#workfromhome #hiringnews #recruiter #hr #jobsearch

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Robert Lassiter
over 6 months ago

Recruiters and Networking

When I started looking for a new job, I made a mistake, I didn't take time to talk to the recruiters who were contacting me about contract positions. I didn't want to consider those jobs, so I just didn't take the time to talk to them. Maybe, if I had spent some time talking to them, just maybe, I might have found something sooner, or at least develop some good Networking Contacts.
Well, a few months into looking, I finally woke up and started talking to some of those recruiters. When I applied for jobs, every now and then, I would get an independent recruiter contact me. On some of those calls, after finding that I may not be the best fit for the position they were trying to fill, some of them asked if they could forward my information if they find something I might be a good fit for. Who says no to that? Why would you say no? Luckily, I didn't say no. Well, here's another problem, I can't find their information. I have misplaced it, and I'm hoping I didn't lose it completely. Why is this important? One day, as I'm packing our household goods, preparing to move to Florida, still without a job, I get an email from someone. He wants to talk to me about a job. I was a bit puzzled, as I did not remember applying for this position. I asked him more about the position. He thought it odd that I didn't know anything about a job that I applied for. Long story Short, it seems that shortly after he posted the job, it seems someone sent him my information. He said the job was posted for the Atlanta area. Well, I knew for sure I didn't apply for it, but it hit me, that one of the recruiters I talked to must have sent him my information.
I wish I could find my contact information, so I could contact those recruiters, because he didn't know who it was, and I never got a notice from anyone that they sent my information in. The moral of the story, take time to talk to those recruiters, even if you don't get the job they are trying to fill. You never know, you might wind up getting a call one day, out of the blue. I want to thank my mysterious recruiter, if it wasn't for them, I wouldn't be starting an awesome job with a GREAT company, Snap-on Industrial. I'm their new Product Specialist - Technical Support.

Oh, by the way, my last job, yup, a recruiter called me up, and it led to a great job, where I worked for almost 7 years. I only left so that we could move closer to family.

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Ron Klein
over 6 months ago

Estate Manager

Why do recruiters give out false hope? I have been looking for a new position for a few months, and talked with several recruiters around the country. In our initial conversations, the response is very positive regarding my resume, and they are saying that their clients are looking for someone like myself. They send my resume to them, and when I follow up a few days or a week later, I typically don't get a peep out of them. If there is something in my work history that disqualifies me for a position, just tell me instead of giving me a reason to think I may be a good candidate. Why do recruiters do this? Just be upfront, so I can move on to another opening. Thoughts?

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Lisa Hayes
over 6 months ago

Administrative Assistant / Accounts Payable - Baltimore, Maryland

DESPERATELY LOOKING FOR A JOB !!!!! IN COLUMBIA, GWYNN OAK, GLEN BURNIE, LINTHICUM, OWINGS MILLS, CATONSVILLE, PIKESVILLE AND SURROUNDING AREAS .........

I worked for a well known hotel for 21 years. I thought I would be retiring from Marriott. One day a got a call to go to H/R and they quickly informed me that my job was eliminated. No effort was made to place me in another department as I should have been. 2 months after being let go, I got a job. After 8 months, I took them to court for harassment. Since, I was able to get 2 part time jobs making a lot less money. I have not been able to find a full time job since the harassment job. I have worked with many recruiters, submitted applications on-line and I have even lowered my pay by $5.00 an hour and I still can not find a full time job. When I go on interviews , They praise my resume, the response back to the recruiters are promising and at the end ........they offer the position to someone else. This is horrible!!!!!!!! Thank you for your time in this matter.

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Marlina Atoe
over 6 months ago

A recruiter put in my resume

I am a certified phlebotomist and a senior recruiter called me about a lab technician 2 position because he was impressed with my resume and then about a couple of days later he put in my application for me. So I wanted to know should be expecting a call for an interview in a few weeks?

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Valerie Sunyak
over 6 months ago

Asking for Feedback After a Job Interview

Many job seekers, or campaigners as I like to call them, ask "how can I get feedback from a recruiter after a job interview?" Often times in this litigious society, we find recruiters are reluctant to provide feedback for fear of saying something that will be used against their organization. One way to ask for feedback is to do it during the interview itself. When the recruiter or hiring manager asks if you have any questions, ask him or her if they would be willing to provide you feedback if you are ( or are not ) offered the role. You can then explain that their feedback will help you to develop yourself. It is much easier to ask for feedback when you are sitting in front of someone, rather then in an email. He or she can always say no, and they might even say yes! Give it a try and post the results. Happy Campaigning!

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Sharon WilliamsDawkins
over 6 months ago

Why am i being ignored?

I have 15 Years training and development experience with an MBA to boot. Yet, I am unemployed and can't find a job. I worked for Deloitte here in Chicago for 2 months. I would love to work for them permanently. I have filled out several resumes. How do I get in touch with a recruiter?

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Laura Rondeau
over 6 months ago

Laura Rondeau

I have had three different people send me a job offer saying that they saw my resume online and would I be interested. I replied back that I was interested and when could we talk or meet. I waited for a couple days for an answer and never received one. I tried to send another response asking if the job was still available and got no response. Three times this has happened to me and I don't get why. Another job actually had me come for an interview in which I was told I would start in about two and a half weeks during which the background check would be done. I waited till just four days before I was supposed to start and sent an e-mail to confirm all was well and no issues had arisen. He responded with an I'm sorry, but did you apply? I replied back that I had and resent all the info of our communications plus my resume again. I never heard back from him since. I have wasted so much time on jobs that leave me hanging! Worse yet, that was the second job that did that to me. I am extremely frustrated and still need a job!!!

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Jessica Javel
over 6 months ago

Who hires??

Who does the hiring for the HR department, the recruiter or the HR manager/director?

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