CPGjobs is Proud to Present:
Dorothy Tannahill-Moran and an Expert Panel of Top Recruitment Professionals For A FREE Teleseminar…
Recruiters’ Insider Secrets to Getting The Job You Want
Do you really know what recruiters do?
How can you effectively work with recruiters to get the job you want?
You’ve been interviewed by recruiters dozens of times, but you’re not always sure what their job is or how they do it. These folks seem to hold the keys to the hiring manager’s kingdom – and its obvious that they play a huge role in the hiring process – but what can you do to ensure you’re at the top of the recruiter’s list?
If only you could ask them a few questions to help you with your job search….
Well, now you can!
CPGjobs is excited to announce a FREE teleseminar where you’ll learn all the secrets to the magic recruiters work in the hiring process. Join us as Career Coach, Dorothy Tannahill-Moran interviews 3 of the hottest recruitment professionals* in the industry; asking the questions you’ve always wished you could ask – but never had the opportunity to do so.
In this FREE teleseminar you will discover:
- The different types of recruiters, how to find them and how to work with them to give your job search a boost
- What you can do to give yourself a competitive advantage in your job search
- What you can do so THEY find you
- What they want to see in your resume
- The truth about the importance of social networking in job search
- Much more…
Got a burning question for our experts?
Email Dorothy Tannahill-Moran at Dorothy@nextchapternewlife.com and we’ll make sure we cover your question!
We’ll also be taking your questions periodically throughout the hour.
Date: Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Time: 5:30pm Pacific/8:30pm Eastern
Access: All you need to participate is a phone. Register here and we will send the call-in number and access code to you via email prior to the call. Also, enrolled participants will receive a FREE MP3 downloadable recording of this session following the seminar.
Learn more about Dorothy: Read her blog and visit her website at: www.nextchapternewlife.com
*Our expert panel:
Tom Bolt is Managing Partner of Leute Management Services founded in 1996 which provides HR management consulting with primary focus on global staffing and recruitment, systems integration, and metrics and reporting. Tom crossed over from engineering into HR and uses his technical side to embrace social media as it interfaces with HR. Building on experience inside of Fortune 500 companies and startups led to consulting assignments with companies like ESPN and Novartis. Tom is also a strong advocate for job seekers, is a prolific blogger on the topic and serves as a facilitator for the Hire Friday (#hfchat) on Twitter.
Tim Tyrell-Smith is an emerging thinker in marketing, careers, social networking and personal development. A veteran executive in consumer marketing, Tim is now helping people effectively market their brands and businesses. As a popular blogger, author, speaker and brand marketer, he is a regular contributor to U.S. News and World Report, was featured in USA Today and is the author of two career books (“30 Ideas” and “HeadStrong”). Tim’s blog “Tim’s Strategy: Ideas for Job Search, Career and Life” has more than 2,500 subscribers and is read in 126 countries. You can read his blog at http://timsstrategy.com and follow him on Twitter (@TimsStrategy).
Gail Houston (@ghouston) is the Social Media Program Manager for Intuit’s Recruiting organization and is the voice of Intuit Careers on sites like Twitter and Facebook. She has more than 20 years experience in the recruiting industry, both corporate and agency. She has spoken at recruiting conferences such as Sourcecon and TalentNet. She is the co-lead of the Crossroads Career Transition Workshop and speaks at various applicant networking groups in the DFW area. She has received numerous awards during her career including Circle of Stars 2008, Trim the Sails 2007, DFWTRN/Monster Recruiter of the Year 2003, EDS Senior Recruiter Award and the Figment Award for Creativity in Sourcing.