Leveraging your Executive Recruiter and Headhunter Network

Article Title: Leveraging your Executive Recruiter and Headhunter Network
Author Byline: CareerAlley
Author Website: http://careeralley.com

As with most things in life, job search is a “two way street”. The concept of networking lives by this and Executive Recruiters and Headhunters do as well. This works in different ways. In some cases, the recruiter may be looking for a candidate with credentials that are different than yours (and you may know someone) or you know the recruiter because you used them to hire people in your last role. Whatever the case, leverage recruiters the same way you would leverage your friends and business acquaintances to enhance your job search.

  • A Team Recruiting – This firm specializes in recruiting for Accounting and Finance professionals in the New York Metro area and other major US Metro markets. They do the full range from Temporary, Temp to Hire, Part Time, Full Time, etc. They list 4 job categories from which you can click (CFO, Controller, Bookkeeper and Accounting Clerk). Clicking on these brings up a forms page where you can fill in your personal details, register and upload a resume.
  • A-List Associates – Their tag line is “Your #1 Source for Top Executive Assistants and Administrative Support”. There are tabs at the top for “About Us”, “Services”, “Positions” and more. Click on Positions to link to the Open Positions page. You can see the job description, salary, location and can apply directly for the job. You can also click on “Contact Us” where you can submit your resume through their web form, call them, fax your resume or send via Snail Mail.
  • Anson McCade – Anson McCade is an IT and Finance recruitment firm, based in London, UK. Their main site has information on the firm, Interviews tips, Resources and Contacts (all on the left hand side of the screen). Candidate information is on the right hand side and includes All vacancies, vacancies by functiona and a search all function. There were 269 job opportunities when I checked the site. You can register your resume or contact them directly via email or telephone.
  • Horton International – This firm is a global executive search firm with several offices in the North East US as well as offices in Asia Pacific and Europe. Their main page has tabs at the top for their international non-US offices, Submit your resume, FAQs and Contact information. You can contact them via email or phone and also have the ability to submit your resume using their online web form. I did not see a link for current job opportunities.
  • Jay Gaines & Company – This firm has a broad range of functional areas it covers: General management, Information technology, Finance Capital markets, Risk, Investment management, Operations and more. Click on select past engagements to see the types of positions covered by this firm. Click Contact Us to forward your resume via email or call.

Good luck in your search.

Article courtesy of the Recruiting Blogswap, a content exchange service sponsored by CollegeRecruiter.com, a leading site for college students looking for internships and recent graduates searching for entry level jobs and other career opportunities.

About the author, Chief Executive Restaurant Recruiter

Born in Arkansas, moved to FL for 3 years as a youngster. Lived in GA most of my life. Married in 1985, 2 kids, one of each. Graduate of USNA Class of 1980. Love golf, computers, poker, photography, and gadgets.

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