Human Resources Assistant (Former Employee) – Portsmouth, NH – January 29, 2017
check emails and voicemails, onboarding of new employees into the system, short through invoices and matched them,employee relations, recruiting, set up company events, Set up all travel for owner, I worked directly with owner of the company and the controller, tracked hours, kept federal and state laws up to date, enforce company policy, insurance. I learned new software systems, dealt with renewing out of the country passports, a lot about the company working with the owner, insight on having your own business. The HR department was only 6 employees. We were a close team and helped each other out. It was an enjoyable atmosphere. I liked the job and I always enjoy learning new things especially software as many companies use different types as there is so many out there.
Project and Product Implementation Manager (Former Employee) – Portsmouth, NH – December 12, 2017
Promised a pay increase after my 6month renewal, but I found after contacting them that the recruiter had been terminated and the account manager would not honor my agreement stating that my contract was not amendable. A year later, I received an email stating that my hourly rate would be reduce due to a rate reduction and a new contract will be issued agreeing to the new rate. Of course the answer was a big NO!!!
Sr. Benefits Specialist for Silicon Valley Bank (Former Employee) – Pleasanton, CA – July 13, 2017
I can honestly say the manager I reported to is one of the best, if not one of the best managers I've ever had the pleasure of working for. Very supportive, listens to recommendations and overall cares about her team.
I would like to work with a slightly larger company as to provide more structure. I would like a company that I can grow and learn in and GTT just wasn't that type of place. I want to go to work and enjoy my job more.
Recruitment is a dual selling process. At all stages, it is your responsibility as a Technical Recruiter to control the sales process for your candidates and clients, ensuring that you are making placements and earning yourself some good commission in the process!
Initially in recruitment, the role is mostly phone based while you build your business generating clients and candidates through Cold calling businesses to win their business Generating candidates through networking, referrals, database searching, head hunting and lead generation. This phone work is particularly important because as the industry moves at such a pace, the majority of your business will be carried out over the phone with some face-to-face client meetings and both internal and external candidate meetings.
You will be constantly gathering information by asking open questions to find out your client and candidate needs, matching the requirements, interviewing on the phone and face to face, arranging interviews, helping prepare and taking feedback from clients and candidates, managing offers and generally ensuring that the process runs smoothly for all parties!
My primary responsibilities as a Client Services Manager are targeting, qualifying, and maintaining strategic business relationships with our existing and prospective clients at the national level. I am comfortable building relationships over the phone and possess superior verbal and written communication skills. I am able to manage multiple time-sensitive tasks efficiently and collaborate with recruiting team members while remaining positive in a fast paced environment. As a CSM, I build, develop, and maintain relationships with decision makers (mid-level executives, directors, CIO’s, Project Managers, CTO’s).
Right now I currently work remotely as the corporate office is located in Portsmouth, NH. I am looking for a full-time position with the office located in Charlotte, NC or surrounding area. I am available to travel when needed.
Excellent professional enviroment
Not a lot of support due to 99% of work done being remote. Out of touch with office.