Posts Tagged: recruiters

2012 Best Recruiter Celebration and Recognition for Recruiting Leadership by Tim Strike, Director Staffing and Recruiting, General Dynamics IT

The Best Recruiter Celebration is the recognition of all the recruiters who have been voted by the security cleared job seekers over the last year at the Cleared Job Fairs. Over 150 recruiters were recognized this year at a breakfast celebration which included a keynote presentation by Gerry Crispin of Career Crossroads. Gerry commended ClearedJobs.Net… Read more »

5 Tips for Job Seekers: What Recruiters Don’t Want You to Know

As originally seen on Exaqueo. As a talent strategy consultant and career coach, I tell clients all the time: “I get the other side of the equation.” Companies like that I am coaching job seekers, and job seekers like that I consult with talent acquisition teams at companies. Having a foot in both worlds means… Read more »

How I Got My Job: Department of Veterans Affairs

Originally posted by Erica Pierson on the Unleash the Monster blog At Unleash the Monster, we are always interested in how job seekers find employment in the federal government and how federal agencies use new ways of thinking to recruit new talent. While we anxiously wait for the Presidential mandate to reduce time-to-hire to bring… Read more »

Best Recruiters 2009 in the Security Cleared Marketplace Announced

“Best Recruiters of 2009” Announced ClearedJobs.Net releases 2009’s list of recruiter honorees selected by Security Cleared Job Fair Attendees throughout the year (December 2, 2009) Falls Church, Virginia — During each of the Cleared Job Fairs held throughout 2009, participating security cleared job seekers were given the opportunity to vote for the nation’s top recruiting… Read more »

Best Recruiters 2009 Announced

At each of the Cleared Job Fairs held throughout (and for the remainder of) 2009, participating security cleared job seekers have been given the opportunity to vote for the top recruiting experience. These “Best Recruiter” votes are made by job seekers with security clearances who take the time to assess their experience with recruiting teams… Read more »