I'd really appreciate your help as I'm a new Contract Recruiter for a large grocery chain in S.Fl. Am tasked with sourcing and recruiting for all levels of grocery department management from West Palm Beach to Key West. Brand new to Boolean search and have always relied on cold calling,Linkedin and Jigsaw.
Great to be connected! I have already joined to the Boolean Strings group in LinkedIn - thanks for the tip though and any additional ones would be very welcome!
You have come highly recommended by several people I am connected to via LinkedIn and work colleagues - am looking forward to learning lots from you as I am fairly new to online sourcing and social media.
Hi Gary. Irina referred me to you! I'm new to the site. Do you have any discussions/tips/suggestions on how to search and find email addresses and contact information? Let's say I have a candidate's name, and would like to find their work or personal email address. I hear you're the pro! :)
You have ALWAYS been there in my time of need.
Whenever I am stumped and can't find any kind of information, you have BEEN THERE for me.
If I can ever help you with my almost 9000 1st Level LinkedIN connections or The Ruthie List, just let me know!
Congrats on you're new job - they are truly fortunate to have gained such a gem in our industry.
Thanks! I've used Linkup as well. Automating the alerts for when clients post to their company website would be important. Clients tend to seek candidate local first before posting to job boards and then later outsourcing to recruiting firms. That's still 2 or 3 weeks later. Would be nice to find a way to get alerts when they post.
Search String Question: Looking for search string that looks for job postings from client's website... not job boards like careerbuilder or monster. Here's a sample one I'm cooking for cbn.com
(employment | openings) "email@example.com" "Information Technology" "Virginia Beach, VA" -entertainment -sports -pressrelease
Hey man - thanks for the help with the water chemistry string; I had similar structure, but needed help refining....another question, when u get a moment - what are ways to add geographical targets? I was looking for an earlier post that covered this, don't seem to be able to find it - thanks again, Mitch