How To Do A Recruitment Job

This article aims to provide an outline of what you need to know if you want to become an effective recruiter. A recruiter is somebody who tries to fill job positions.

Recruiter tends to be commissioned based, whereas a recruiting agency gets a commission for filling in job roles.

Recruiters start by doing sourcing calls where they phone up potential applicants to see whether or not they’re capable of filling the job role.

 

Once this process is completed, please speak to the recruiter who, then arranges an interview with their line manager. This then completes the recruitment process with an individual who will be hired and then joins the company.

 

 

Daily schedule plan

 

8 AM to 10 PM non-sales time review the daily plan respond and clear my mailbox, review new candidates, search current openings, candidate’s registration meetings, and do admin and client calls.

 

10 AM to 12 PM mid-day-sales time – business development calls, Lee chasing calls interview and feedback.

 

12 PM mid-day to 2 PM – nonsales time – submit candidate CVs, clear inbox to inbox zero, call candidates with job offers, feedback, and update, organize interviews, and have lunch away from the desk.

 

2 PM to 5 PM – sales time – client calls, business development calls, chase up CVs, follow up on leads, et cetera. 5 PM – 6:30 PM – approach calls to candidates, update calls to candidates, inbox zero, and plan tomorrow.

 

Questions to ask during the intake session

 

  1. What profile is the hiring manager looking for and go beyond the job description when gathering information?

  2. Is the hiring manager willing to look for alternative candidates who may have different experiences or lack certain qualifications?

  3. Does the hiring manager of an internal or external candidate in mind?

  4. What is the salary for the job role?

  5. Will salary be on oompah with market rates?

  6. How much experience does the candidate need to have?

  7. What kind of person will be good for the Department or position?

  8. What are the benefits of working for this organization, such as location and GYN membership?

  9. What is a typical day for a person to fill this potential job role?

  10. What are the promotion opportunities

  11. What is the hiring manager’s style to see if personalities will mesh together our clash?

  12. Who are the competitors to find out if they can fulfill the job?

  13. What candidates in the past have not fit the job role, which could save time when recruiting candidates?

  14. How long have roles of this type been open in the past so I can gauge how long it takes to fill the job role.

  15. Why is the job role currently open?

  16. What does the Department currently look like?

  17. If the company considers relocating candidates

  18. Would you sponsor a candidate from another country?

  19. What sort of education certificates should the candidates have?

  20. Does the role need to be filled quickly?

  21. What does the interview process look like?

  22. Who will be doing the interview?

  23. What are the best times to schedule interviews?

  24. Can I schedule an interview directly on your calendar?

 

Example of a great job description

 

Registered nurse progressive care unit/PCU RN job company: health hospital location Tarpon Springs, Florida.

 

Top reasons why you want to work for a health hospital as a PCU RN:

  • $10,000 sign-on bonus for qualified candidates
  • You get to work a mate from the beach
  • Low cost of living in one of the most affordable areas
  • Named a great workplace award winner for seven years in a row
  • Warm weather and outdoor activities 12 months of the year
  • Career growth and advancement potential

 

 

PCU RN job responsibilities

  • A progressive care nurse (PCU RN) works in a progressive care unit (PCU) and cares for patients requiring close monitoring but who do not need ICU care.
  • PCU RNs monitor cardiac and other vital information and detect any changes, thereby enabling intervention during life-threatening or emergencies.
  • Close observations are necessary as many PCU patients receive a significant amount of complex meds, sometimes titrated through an intravenous line that may need to be adjusted.
  • PCU RNs assess, plan and evaluate patient care needs.
  • PCU RN prioritize patient care based on acuity level and available resources.
  • Progressive care registered nurses assist physically during examinations, treatment, and procedures.
  • PCU RNs administer prescribed medication, change dressings, clean wounds, and monitor vital signs.
  • PCU RNAs may expect to have a nurse/patient ratio of 1:4.

 

Progressive care unit work hours/shifts:

  • Full-time day and night

What will you need as a PCU RN/registered nurse?

  • Florida RN license or the ability to obtain an RN license at the time of the start date.
  • Basic life support is accredited American Heart Association or American Red Cross.
  • Experience Minimum of one year of RN experience is required
  • Educational BSN preferred

 

Registered nurse progressive care unit/PCU RN job

This facility is an equal opportunity employer and complies with the federal, state, and local anti-discrimination laws, regulations, and ordinances.

Free job posting sites

  • Craigslist
  • Job spider
  • Post jobs for free
  • Trovit
  • US.jobs
  • State-sponsored job boards
  • College and Alumni job boards
  • Backpage
  • Stackjobs
  • Higher up
  • Veterans employment centre
  • Needjobsoon
  • Ooodle

 

Recruitment magazines

  • ERE Media
  • SourceCon
  • TLNT
  • ERE
  • Recruiting headlines

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