Dear Recruiter, I am a gainfully employed sales representative and for the first time in a long time, I'm going to start selectively searching for a new opportunity. I've started to look on my own, but I have not had much traction and I was told to work with a specialized recruiter. To be honest, I'm not sure what to expect or what type of questions I should be asking. Help!
Our client is a rapidly growing company that is aggressively cornering an exciting emerging market. This is a cutting edge, privately held organization looking to add sales talent to their team. They specialize in business information solutions that support an organization's crucial business processes.
It's an exciting time of the year full of holiday festivities and feasts with family and friends. Preparing and celebrating can equally consume a lot of time and energy. In a blink of an eye, it's over and a whole new year is here. Inevitably we all ask, "Where did the time go?!"
Our client is a leading provider of Internet-managed energy control solutions. Today thousands of commercial customers rely on our client to improve HVAC and building control and to reduce energy costs. Due to their growth, they are actively looking to expand their sales organization.
Knowledge, experience, and discretion can't be removed from the candidate sourcing process; all attempts to do so have failed to live up to the promise. First, some of the commonly used technologies are simply not consistent enough to garner a net value add for the time and money invested. For example, resume parsing technology is commonly used to acquire the data necessary to drive candidate matching and scoring.
Treeline, Inc. (www.treeline-inc.com) is a premier executive search firm that specializes solely in the recruitment of sales professionals. We are not trying to be average. We're always striving to be the best. We are looking for motivated individuals who are passionate, driven and emotionally invested in what they do.
Treeline is happy to announce the newest member of the team, Chelsey Canavan. Chelsey is a 2011 graduate from the University of New Hampshire. She graduated summa cum laude with a B.A. in Communication and Media Practices. She was a member of the Division I track and field team, captain and record holder.