Guest Author: CareerAlley
One of your main job search resources is, of course, your recruiter/headhunter contacts. As I’ve mentioned many times before, while you should not contact every recruiter in the world, you should build a list of recruiters who specialize in your industry and preferred location. Today we will add a few more names to that list.
- Clark Davis Associates – Clark Davis focuses on job opportunities in the New York tri-state area with specialities in Accounting & Finance, Information Technology, Engineering & Chemistry, Clinical & Statistics and Human Resources. They have a career listings page which lists current opportunities by industry. You can sign up for job updates via email and clicking any of the industries under Career Listings also provides key contacts with their telephone numbers and email addresses. You can also upload your resume to their site.
- Wontawk – This firm specializes in information management across a broad range of career types and functions. Offering employment opportunities that are direct hire, temporary and temp to hire. There is background on each of their recruiters as well as a job guide and registration capability. Their contacts page provides names, telephone numbers and email addresses of their recruiters.
- Westport One – Westport One, located in Missouri (with job opportunities across the US), specializes in Financial Services, Engineering, Technical Sales and Banking. From their main page you can submit a resume, contact them or review their job opportunities. They have a resources page with links to Career Planning, Resumes, Interview tips,relocation tools and more. Clicking on job opportunities returned over 30 positions when I checked.
- Transearch International – “Your world partner in executive search” is their tag line, they have offices around the world and they cover a very broad range of industries and job functions. You can submit a resume, contact a specific office or search for a consultant in your country/city and contact them directly.
Good luck in your search.
Article courtesy of the Recruiting Blogswap, a content exchange service sponsored by CollegeRecruiter.com, a leading site for college students looking for internships and recent graduates searching for entry level jobs and other career opportunities.