Ask a Recruiter Anything (interview tips, resume, recruiters in general)
I've done recruiting for corporate and agency/search firm.
Full Time and Contract.
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ynot wrote: ↑Jan 25th, 2012 2:09 pmI'm an accountant with 10 years experience in the property management industry. Recently, I have completed the courses to become a property manager. How do I make the transition from an accounting role to a property manager role?
I've interviewed recently with a small property management firm for the role of property manager, but they settled on someone with property manager experience.
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Kappa21 wrote: ↑Jan 25th, 2012 2:17 pmWould you say you work on behalf of the potential candidate or the employer?
I find that many recruiters work on the employers half.
Is there any recruiters who would work on behalf of the employee and find him multiple contacts instead of finding him 1, while he has to compete with your other candidates?
I know its a general question, because in the end of the day you get paid by the company, but is there an exception?
Reason im asking is that I had a recruiter once. He called me up and says if I am interested and then he explains how im missing this and that in my experience (eventhough its the type of job I'd fit in) and apologizes for calling me. This recruiter did it a couple of times. He called me again while I was working about a job interest and i didnt respond so he sent my resume back in the mail (snail mail) with a sticky confirming that I am not interested in his service.
I just find recruiters fustrated to work with. He makes my experience+education meaningless...........
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You need to talk to larger recruitment agencies like Hays, Randstad, Robert Half, Adecco. Or whichever agency specializes in your field.Kappa21 wrote: ↑Jan 25th, 2012 2:33 pmDo you know any recruiters who are based in the GTA that work on relocating someone. Say from GTA/Ontario out west?
I always hear about the thriving markets in Alberta/Saskatchewan/Manitoba but there isnt any recruiters who deal with getting educated potentials to move out west.
Are you or do you know any that actually look into some East Coast meat for the hungry labour market out west?
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