There is no need to go online and look for jobs if you have someone doing that for you. Job searching is time consuming and can be exhausting. You can outsource this job search by building a relationship with a recruiter who knows what to look for based off your career goals.
When you apply to job postings, you are competing against hundreds of other applicants. A recruiter can bypass this process by getting your resume in front of the hiring manager.
Find a recruiter who works with companies you think highly of, build a relationship with them, and allow them to do the job searching for you.
Be Proactive, Not Reactive
The best time to build a relationship with a recruiter is when you are happy and content in your current position; not the day you get fired or decide to quit.
In order to make strategic career moves, you want to be made aware of all career opportunities that would be aligned with your goals, even if you’re happy in your current role.
If you get let go or decide to leave your company without having a plan in place, this can be a scary time.
That is why having a proactive relationship with a recruiter will benefit you regardless of how happy you are.
Letter from the CEO
Whether your intention is simply to be made aware of exceptional opportunities that come up, or you have found yourself in a situation where you need to aggressively explore opportunities, we are interested in speaking with you. Regardless of your individual situation, we will offer you the highest level of confidentiality. It is our policy to discuss job opportunities with candidates first, and we will never forward your resume to a client company without your verbal or written approval. We will take the time to learn about your goals and your individual and professional needs.