If you’re feeling like you’re spinning your wheels in your current position, working with a recruiter might be the next step in your career journey and can be great for your career development or career transition.
Whether you’re looking for new opportunities, resume support or career advice, BullsEye Recruitment is ready to help!
Working with a recruiter can be intimidating, here are a few tips on what you should and shouldn’t do to prepare.
- Before meeting with a recruiter, take the time to understand their process. When you’re ready to meet, have a set of questions arranged. Depending on the answers, you’ll know right away whether he or she is the right fit for you.
- Come to your first meeting with an updated resume and LinkedIn profile, a list of accomplishments, notable projects, and reasons for a change.
Form a Bond
- Experienced recruiters can offer all kinds of benefits – from resume advice and interview prep, to new job opportunities and salary negotiations. Building a strong rapport with your recruiter is crucial to your job search success.
- Get comfortable: Meet to discuss your career ambitions. Be straightforward and honest about the job opportunities that interest you, and the ones that don’t.
- Be prepared to learn: BullsEye Recruitment provides personalized resources, skill development training, and support to help you land the perfect position.
- Learn how things work: Ask about the steps of placement, representation and the expected on-going communication. Know what to expect in the beginning, so there are no hard feelings or miscommunication.
- Always put your best foot forward, even if you don’t get your dream job right away.
- Be polite: If you don’t get the job offer you were hoping for, always thank the hiring manager and keep the door open for future possibilities.
- Don’t criticize or lose your cool: A negative outlook can affect your relationship with your recruiter and potentially impact your odds of getting that next great opportunity.
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