Real help with Information Systems, from ERP packages, to project management, networking, software development, and Information Technology Management.
We know what it's like to try to find the
right person to fill a critical opening. We've been there
and have gone through the same issues you are facing. You
are probably getting daily calls from recruiters and may
be working with others right now. We'd like to be the
search firm you choose to partner with and we want to
earn your business.
Some of the things we do:
- Get to know your company in order to represent
you accurately. We'll ask about your business and why
someone would want to work there. We'd like to know great
things we can tell someone about you and your company.
- Understand the job requirements AND the work
culture. The candidate with 100% match to qualifications
may not always be the right person. Ignoring the company
culture leads to short term hires, discontentment,
personality issues, and more.
- Develop a partnering relationship with your Human
Resources, Information Systems and/or Manufacturing Departments. Most
companies have policies related to individual
responsibilities in the hiring process. We recognize
those roles and do not try to circumvent them.
- Present only qualified, interested candidates.
We've screened the candidates we present to you for
technical skills, geographic preferences, family related
concerns, financial requirements, academic credentials and their
interest in the job. We assure the candidates that we
will not send their resumes to a prospective employer
unless we discuss the job (in generic terms) with them
first, i.e., they know something about the company and
the job and have expressed interest.
- Provide advice based on our industry expertise.
Our staff talks to I/T, Engineering and Manufacturing professionals every day, so we know
- Ask questions. Knowing you and your company and
knowing our candidates is the only way a good
professional match can be accomplished. We hope you will
ask us any question on your mind.
Some of the things we don't do:
- Clutter your in basket with inappropriate
resumes. Our preference is to call and review a candidate
with you before sending the resume. That gives us the
opportunity to refine our understanding, provide
additional information, generally keep in touch, and
avoid submitting a resume you already have.
- Misrepresent a candidate to you or misrepresent
you to a candidate. When that happens, everybody loses.
- Force a bad placement. If we feel that for some
reason the match is potentially a problem, let's talk
We prefer a partnering relationship, i.e., to be an
extension of your company. To effectively represent you, we need
your time and talents. We'll return calls promptly, provide
feedback from interviews, advise you of concerns, gather specific
information, set up interviews, etc., Of course, we'll ask you to