Tuesday, June 30, 2009
They say 70% of all jobs are only available in "hidden markets" exclusive groups, networking & inside information that leads to real job opportunities. Given the current job market that percentage has certainly grown. Below is a list of current job opportunities brought to you exclusively through TheCorporatePlaybook.com Network. Membership has its privileges.
Job Alert TEKsystems:
Ranked #1 in industry by IT Services Business Report for eight consecutive years, TEKsystems is a flagship company of Allegis Group, a $5.6 billion enterprise with positive annual growth since its founding.
In a single year, TEKsystems provides over 70,000 technical professionals to support critical IT engagements at more than 5,500 client sites, including 82% of the Fortune 500. With 90 offices and over 2,200 recruiters throughout North America and Europe, our reach grants us access to 81% of the technical professional workforce. It also enables us to speak with over 10,000 technical professionals a week and meet with more than 2,600 of them face to face when recruiting top talent.
Due to our ongoing growth, TEKsystems is currently seeking career-oriented college graduates for opportunities as in-house Recruiters. Candidates need to want to work hard, learn on the job, help their team members and customers, and have fun.
TEKsystems employees who begin their careers as IT Recruiters have an opportunity to move into account management, or to enhance their current roles as Professional Recruiters. Either path allows you to continue to learn our business and industry from the inside.
Think an internal job at TEKsystems may be right for you? Check out these TEKsystems Recruiting Profiles to view current jobs in your area (click on the careers tab to view all jobs)
Click on the links below to view individual TEKsystem’s company profiles and the full list of current job opportunities:
Current Job Opportunities:
Recruiter/Inside Sales-Chicago, IL
Recruiter/Inside Sales -Memphis, TN
Account Manager/Outside Sales/Business Dev-Greenville, SC
Recruiter/Inside Sales-North Charleston, SC
Recruiter - Los Angeles, CA
Recruiter - Thousand Oaks, CA
Recruiter - Salt Lake Cit, UT
Recruiter - Phoenix, AZ
Recruiter – Tucson, AZ
Recruiter – Las Vegas, NV
Recruiter - Newport Beach, CA
Recruiter - Silicon Valley, CA
Recruiter - North Denver, CO
Business Development Manager- Overland Park, KS
Business Development Manager- New York, NY
Technical Recruiter - CANADA LOCATIONS, CA
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter Austin, TX
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter Ft. Worth, TX
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter Houston, TX
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter New Orleans, LA
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter San Antonio, TX
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter Dallas, TX
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter Orlando, FL
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter Minneapolis, MN
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter Des Moines, IA
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter St. Louis, MO
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter Kansas City, KS
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter Oklahoma City, OK
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter Tulsa, OK
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter Birmingham, AL
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter Miami, FL
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter Tampa, FL
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter Jacksonville, FL
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter Raleigh, NC
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter Greensboro, NC
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter Charlotte, NC
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter Silver Spring, MD
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter New York, NY
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter Parsippany, NJ
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter Richmond, VA
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter Chesapeake, VA
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter Framingham, MA
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter Washington, DC
Inside Sales/Technical Recruiter Boston, MA
To apply to any of these job opportunities go to www.thecorporateplaybook.com to build your profile today.
Thursday, June 25, 2009
They say 70% of all jobs are only available in "hidden markets" exclusive groups, networking & inside information that leads to real job opportunities. Given the current job market that percentage has certainly grown. Below is a list of current job opportunities brought to you exclusively through The Corporate Playbook Network. Membership has its privileges.
About Learning Through Sports, Inc
Learning Through Sports is one of the fastest growing publishers of K-12 educational solutions delivered exclusively over the Internet.
We successfully deliver state aligned Math, Reading and Character Education through the most engaging sports video games available today. This patent pending solution has yielded unprecedented results in improving Math and Reading state test scores as well as correcting behavioral issues in the classroom. Furthermore, we are the leading provider of Sportsmanship Education to America’s schools and routinely see a 50% reduction in sports ejections after implementing our programs.
The company publishes Kid's College®, a Math & Literacy intervention program; STAR Sportsmanship™, the first interactive program to teach Sportsmanship & Character Education; and MySportsmanship.com™, the first moderated social networking website to feature student-athletes’ personal video testimonials of positive sportsmanship. Additionally, Learning Through Sports’ STAR Mentors program offers professional athlete mentoring focused on impacting disengaged and at-risk students: improving their behavior and making them better students.
The new Educational Athletics Program is a unique “all-inclusive” solution that combines engaging Kid’s College and STAR Sportsmanship virtual curriculum with on campus pro athlete mentoring to help students build 21st Century Skills like leadership, teamwork, critical thinking, mathematics and reading.
Learning Through Sports’ web-based solutions employs the unique approach of combining athletics and digital games with academics to heighten motivation in today's students, who demand an engaging learning experience. Scientific research affirms that our digital game-based learning content delivery methodology works.
Learning Through Sports is now seeking National Sales Consultants
Click on the link below to view all the current opportunities available at Learning Through Sports:
http://www.thecorporateplaybook.com/employer.php?id=36549 (Learning Through Sports Recruiting Profile)
Careers offered by Learning Through Sports, Inc:
National Sales Consultant Los Angeles, CA
National Sales Consultant San Francisco, CA
National Sales Consultant San Diego, CA
National Sales Consultant Birmingham, AL
National Sales Consultant Phoenix, AZ
National Sales Consultant Little Rock, AR
National Sales Consultant Denver, CO
National Sales Consultant Hartford, CT
National Sales Consultant Dover, DE
National Sales Consultant Boulder, CO
National Sales Consultant Ft. Collins, CO
National Sales Consultant Washington DC, DC
National Sales Consultant Jacksonville, FL
National Sales Consultant Miami, FL
National Sales Consultant Orlando, FL
National Sales Consultant Tampa Bay, FL
National Sales Consultant Chicago, IL
National Sales Consultant Champagne, IL
National Sales Consultant Indianapolis, IN
National Sales Consultant Bloomington, IN
National Sales Consultant Kansas City, KS
National Sales Consultant Louisville, KY
National Sales Consultant Shreveport, LA
National Sales Consultant New Orleans, LA
National Sales Consultant Baltimore, MD
National Sales Consultant Boston, MA
National Sales Consultant Detroit, MI
Monday, June 22, 2009
Once reserved for sales interviews or simply as a precursor to a face to face, the phone interview has seen a sharp rise in popularity. Driven by the economic climate that has already forced companies to layoff thousands companies are seeking more ways to cut costs. These companies have found savings (reducing hiring manger travel, or candidate travel expenses) by conducting more phone interviews.
This poses serious challenges, in fact one UCLA study put that up to 93% of communication effectiveness is determined by nonverbal cues. So regardless of the reason you must be as prepared for the phone interview as you would be for a face-to-face (if not more prepared) Here are a few hints and tips to get you from phone to face:
Preparation- Studying and treat the phone interview like a face to face, even use a digital voice recorder to playback your answers to interview questions and listen for filler words and voice inflection, practice answering questions with mini-stories concise specific accounts, even jot down notes of what you want to say- but remember don’t come across robotic). The better prepared you are the more confident you’ll be in your answers.
Dress the part- Just because you can do a phone interview in your favorite sweats doesn’t mean you should. I’ll reiterate- treat this like a face to face. That means get up early shower and dress the part (remember how it felt to put on the game uniform, when you put that on it was all business same rules apply here- it’s game time). Taking the extra step to put on suit can give you the mental edge you need to come across sharp and prepared.
Environment-. Use a landline if possible (if not pick a location with a great signal. Can you hear me? Can you hear me now is not a great way to start an interview). Get in a quite place & remove distractions. Close the door, turn the TV off, turn off iTunes, pull down the blinds, crate the dog, give the cat catnip, give the baby NyQuil then put a mirror in front of you & smile at it.
Essentials- Have your resume out in front of you. This will help you not sound like you paid someone to write your resume. Seriously you need to quickly access any employment dates or awards. Have a pen back up pen and notepad. You’ll want to write down the questions asked and take notes on the interviewer. This will help your research if you make it to the next step. Have your questions and notes on your stories/answers already wrote down on a separate sheet of paper. Finally have a glass of water ready to go.
Emotion- Smile through the phone, don’t think because they can’t see you they can’t hear your non-verbal cues (I know that is a bit of an oxymoron) but go ahead pace around the room, use hand motions be animated let your voice paint the picture for them.
Brevity- Don’t drone on simply because you can’t see them and you feel you need to be adding more to the interview- remember the short mini-stories and concise answers.
Close the deal- Don’t forget to ask for the next step- Here’s how “Do you have any hesitations with moving me forward in the interview process?” If they answer no you follow up with “Great what is the next step and what to we need to do to get there? (Pause to listen, if it’s a face-to-face go ahead and ask to get it on the schedule). If they answer yes, all is not lost; this gives you the chance to confront their objections head on. Simply ask them “What are your hesitations”? (Pause, listen and answer).
Phone Interview Do’s and Don’ts:
• Treat this like a face to face, prepare and dress the part.
• Remove any ring-back tones you have, also just in case you miss the call use a professional sounding voicemail.
• Address any strong accents, speech impediments or anything else that could make it difficult for the interviewer to understand you. Best to get it on the table in the beginning than to pretend it doesn’t exists (trust me the recruiter will appreciate it if you bring it up).
• Create a calm, quiet environment. Remove all distractions.
• Have a glass of water ready to go in case you find yourself getting tongue-tied.
• Have a pen; back up pen and notepad ready
• Keep a mirror on your desk and remember, SMILE through the phone.
• Keep your answers brief- have your concise stories rehearsed and do not over talk your answers!
• Ask to schedule another time if a recruiter calls you unexpectedly
• Ask for the next step- Close the deal!
• Thank the interviewer for their time and be sure to send a follow up email or letter.
• Remember not to interrupt the interviewer.
• Don’t rush through your answers (brevity is fine but talking like the micro machine man is not), breath deep remain calm and take your time.
• Don’t chew gum, smoke, dip or put anything else into your mouth during the interview. This can lead to distractions and make it difficult for the interviewer to understand you.
• Don’t simply take any interview time the recruiter offers, make sure the time is conducive to your schedule and you have the ability to be in a quiet organized location.
• Don’t make it difficult for your interviewer to understand you, speak clearly and slowly.
Follow these tips and you may be on your way to the face-to-face interview!
You probably have heard this companies name before, not simply because ADP is a Fortune 300 company or has been named in “America’s Most Admired Companies” or because they are ranked the #1 Payroll service provider. As a job seeker you may be familiar with ADP because they produce the ADP Employment Report. Since ADP cuts the checks to over 16% of all private sector employees and has over 500,000 clients, they have a unique perspective on the pulse of employment trends. So not only can they tell you what the current unemployment situation looks like, they can also provide you with a viable opportunity with one of “America’s Most Admired Companies”. That’s right despite the reports ADP has been putting out; they have continued to grow rapidly. Take a look at their brief business bio and follow the links below to current job opportunities at ADP.
Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADP), with nearly $9 billion in revenues and over 585,000 clients, is one of the world's largest providers of business outsourcing solutions. Leveraging nearly 60 years of experience, ADP offers the widest range of HR, payroll, tax and benefits administration solutions from a single source. ADP's easy-to-use solutions for employers provide superior value to organizations of all types and sizes. ADP is also a leading provider of integrated computing solutions to auto, truck, motorcycle, marine and recreational vehicle dealers throughout the world.
Check out these ADP Recruiting Profiles to view current jobs in your area (click on the careers tab to view all jobs)
http://www.thecorporateplaybook.com/employer.php?id=2571 (ADP Profile)
http://www.thecorporateplaybook.com/employer.php?id=6743 (ADP Profile)
http://www.thecorporateplaybook.com/employer.php?id=2311 (ADP Profile)