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Old 09-02-2016, 12:25 PM
 
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I'd like to work with a recruiter during my job search but I am not sure how to find good ones specializing in my industry and for senior level positions. A simple google search does not yield many results. Any recommendations?
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Old 09-04-2016, 07:20 PM
 
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I'd like to work with a recruiter during my job search but I am not sure how to find good ones specializing in my industry and for senior level positions. A simple google search does not yield many results. Any recommendations?
Why did you not tell us what your profession is?

I'm in the business and know people but unless you tell us what your industry/expertise niche is, how is anyone supposed to know who to suggest?


If you don't want to say and still expect an answer, the best I can suggest is that you look in the back of industry publications/magazines where recruitment firms would normally advertise.

Also, go to your industry websites. There is usually a 'Jobs'/'Careers' section where there will be jobs listed, often by recruitment firms and there may also be display ads by recruitment firms listed there, also.

You could also go to LinkedIn and plug in jobs by title that would match who you are. From the results, will be jobs listed by recruiters. Presumably, they specialize in the jobs listed.

You could also go to Indeed.com and plug in job titles and see from the results, which jobs in the results are from recruiters. You can then contact them and see if they have any jobs that would match your industry/expertise.





Paul........

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Last edited by HeadhunterPaul; 09-04-2016 at 07:24 PM.. Reason: To add another great idea
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