Production Analyst (Former Employee) – Columbia, MD – January 4, 2019
I worked for VTS for about six months, the process was smooth, had no issues. I got paid every week which was great, the management is always in touch. My manager kept following up about my work and if i am ok with that position which makes me feel valuable. I got full time position where i was working after six months. I would recommend them to everyone with my whole heart. I would definitely work with them in the future again.
HR Specialist (Former Employee) – Hunt Valley, MD – March 15, 2018
Welcomed consultants into the office and offered a complimentary beverage, while called the assigned recruiter to inform their consultant had arrived Developed skills to learn systems, such as erecruit, IQN, and E-Verify
SharePoint Developer (Former Employee) – Hunt Valley, MD – October 16, 2017
I enjoyed working here and would welcome the opportunity again. The management staff was great and really encouraged slot of teamwork, they were also good at ensuring that you had the proper tools to do your job.
Senior Business Analyst at T. Rowe Price (Former Employee) – Hunt Valley, MD – May 22, 2015
Vision is a good contracting firm to work with. Depending on a person's skillset, they can find temp assignments relatively quickly and easily for their contractors. Based on conversations I had with other people from other contracting firms, their policies and procedures are fairly standard and comparable to other contracting companies in the Baltimore area.
• Utilize many different multiple sourcing techniques to find and skill market high-level IT professionals to some of the top companies in the mid-Atlantic region • Full life-cycle recruitment and consistent pipeline maintenance • Meet metrics making cold calls to potential candidates, conducting phone screens, interviews, technical evaluations, reference checks, presenting potential candidates to clients • Coach candidates through each client’s interview process and orientation • Maintain relationships with pipelined candidates
IT Recruiter (Former Employee) – Timonium, MD – April 24, 2012
A typical day at work was contacting every person who was looking for a position by looking at job boards, or networking with other people who had contacted us before in the past. This position involved a lot of networking and staying in contact with many different candidates. I learned how to talk to candidates and find out if they were right for the position by having them do many different tests, as well as work on their communication. The management was very driven and wanted everyone to succeed. My co-workers were all very highly motivated to get the common goal completed. The hardest part of the job was judging the candidates personality if their were a good fit for the client. The most enjoyable part of the position was when I did find the candidate the perfect position and the client was happy as well.