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executive representative

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

JOB OFFER IN CANADA

Aguanish, Quebec, Canada

PLEASE JOB OFFER IN CANADA. WE NEED MAN AND WOMAN WHO CAN WORK AND LIVE IN OUR HOTEL IN CANADA, THE HOTEL WILL PAY FOR HIS OR HER ACCOMMODATION AND IF YOU ARE INTERESTED CONTACT ME BACK WITH YOUR CV THROUGH THIS E MAIL ADDRESS: lydie.amadine330@gmail.com Skype: Amadine Lydie Thanks notice, please do not bother to contact us if you are not seriously interested Thanks.

Recruitment Director

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Senior Recruiter with over 20 years experience with both Agency and In-house experience. Recruiting for Army of Two: the 40th Day, Dead Space, Spore Hero, Need for Speed: Nitro (Wii), Deadspace 2, LittlestPetShop.com, QA team, Electronic Arts Mobile, POGO.com Assassin's Creed, Assassin's Creed 2, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas, Naruto: Rise of a Ninja, Lost: Via Domus, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas 2 (My favorite project ever), White Snowboard, TMNT, My Word Coach, Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands, Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction, Shaun White Snowboarding: World Stage, James Cameron's Avatar: The Game, Naruto: The Broken Bond, Far Cry 2

Founder

Westmount, Quebec, Canada

’m a recruiter, but what does that even mean? Simply speaking, I like to think of myself as a career matchmaker. I have a role to fill and try to find its perfect fit. And how do I do this? Searching, screening, and constantly talking to people. I don’t simply wait for candidates, I hunt for them. This is one way that I really contribute to my team and the hiring managers I work with. I act fast and always ensure quality, above anything else. On the candidate side I pride myself on offering an exceptional level of customer service (thank you to the years of working in retail). Also, I try to contact as many applicants (and sought-out candidates) as possible. Even if not necessarily qualified (on paper) for a position, a recruiter can never really be certain about one's capabilities without first engaging him/her in a conversation. Because you never know, that one resume missing all the "key words" ATSs screen for, may very well be our next purple squirrel. My guilty pleasure: Writing Job Descriptions With an immense inability to find the words to describe how much I actually enjoy writing job descriptions, I must admit that this side-project I often embark on is one of the best parts of what I do. I constantly focus on making them more engaging and accurate to the role I am hiring for (from rewriting/rewording existing ones, to starting completely from scratch). I can often be seen at my desk, headphones on, typing away in deep concentration, working hard at breaking down every aspect of a description given to me by a hiring manager. The most important thing here is ensuring that the candidates can understand and appreciate what we’re offering. A job description is a company's first impression; and I always make a good one!

Vice President

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Adolph Jean

General farm workers needed

Quebec, Quebec, Canada