A couple of weeks ago, Mike Tiffany of Net Effects sat down with me for lunch and discussed the general state of staffing in St Louis. We covered recruiting, new technologies, his background, and the strategies Net Effects has put in place for thriving in a market where talent is at a premium.
Today, Mike is looking for a Sourcer for his Chesterfield office.
The way this works is Mike just promoted a Sourcer to a junior recruiter, and so is looking for another sourcer to backfill the slot.
The ideal candidate is someone that wants to learn the IT Staffing industry and eventually move into a sales or recruiting role within 6 months. Top candidates will have some technical knowledge (degree or past job) and some kind of parallel staffing industry (admin or health) experience.
The Compensation package will register 30-40K in the first year with standard corporate benefits.
Net Effects is located in the Chesterfield Mall parking lot, next to Bahama Breeze, in the former Bank of America building. This is a local staffing firm with a good reputation, and I can personally vouch for Mike as a good guy that a young recruiter would be happy to work with.
If you do decide to apply - e-mail Mike directly at email@example.com, or call him at 636-237-1000. If you want me to look over your resume or give you some pointers first, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you decide to contact NetEffects, and you found out about it from StlRecruiting.com, please tell Mike where you heard about the position.
Since 1995 NetEffects has been providing faster, smarter, better information technology contract staffing solutions and consulting services around the world for a variety of industries including retail, financial services, pharmaceutical, telecommunications and government services. NetEffects creates a family friendly environment that attracts quality candidates who want to work for us, many of whom are referred by current consultants and clients.
No matter what your skill set or staffing needs, NetEffects delivers . . . faster, smarter, better.