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Company: The Newport Group - Executive Recruiters
Location: Encinitas
Posted on: June 21, 2022

Job Description:

This is an hourly -position with additional bonus opportunities. Instead of us mandating what type of background we need for a successful research recruiter candidate, we want to be forward thinking and tell you what we need done and the types of skills that we think will augment ones candidacy. So here goes---The job is:1- -Generating lists of candidates to call from the resources we provide (Linked in, Indeed, ATS etc.).2- -Calling upon candidates off of lists we provide.3- - -Keeping good notes and following up on candidates.4- -Writing summaries of candidates you interview with detailed notes about relevant information on candidates (gathering relevant items like job specs, current salary, relocation ability, types of projects they have worked on etc.)5- -Keep records of candidates you identify and place them into our Data Base6- -Using an intuitive eye for talent and the ability to know the "why behind the why?"7- -General Administrative duties---Desired Skills and ExperienceWhat we are asking for in this position is not for someone who has to close candidates on positions, we just need someone who can present us with candidates who are viable and we will do the rest pushing the ball across the line into the end zone.Skillsets that you will have that will make you a success are:1- - - -Addicted to information. Almost all good researchers whom I've hired or trained tend to have RSS feeds that they read on a daily basis. Someone who loves to learn and loves information will certainly excel as a researcher. RSS feeds have made it easy for us information addicts to get our daily fix without spending all day looking at blogs, news releases, and article reviews. A person who likes to read books in their spare time would also be included in this category. I'm talking about industry-related reading, success principles, history, technology, etc. Constantly in the learning mode."2- - - -Can "connect the dots." -Sometimes as a researcher you will be given incomplete information. A good researcher will be able to take the bits and pieces they have been given and create a complete picture from it.3- - - -Familiarity with current technology, especially technology pertinent to recruiting and/or sourcing. Good recruiting research candidates will not look at you like a cow looking at a new gate if you mention the words LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+, Tumblr, etc.4- - - -Basic phone skills. -Yes - researchers do need to be able to get on the phone sometimes to dial into companies and do some competitive intelligence gathering. -If you don't feel comfortable calling people on the phone to ask them about them, then this will be a nonstarter for us.5- - - -Good data entry skills. -Not tedious nauseating items, but you must put into the database the basic info that you gather from those you identify.6- - - -Well networked. Good researchers know everybody. They have a friend who mountain bikes with this guy who works at a company that manufactures XYZ and he reports to---you get the picture. Not only do they know everybody, but those they don't know, they know where to look to find them. Using public records, white pages, Zoom Info and similar resources, or simply going to Bing/Google/Yahoo, they can find the unfindable people. If you have over 200 people in your cell phone, this is you.

Keywords: The Newport Group - Executive Recruiters, Encinitas , Recruiter/researcher, Human Resources , Encinitas, California

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