Consulting Recruiters

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Portsmouth, Virginia, United States


McLean, Virginia, United States

With over two decades of experience in IT Products and Services sales , Sushil has been driving a complete portfolio of business technology services- Key Account Management, Software outsourcing, and IT Professional Services. He has been successful in establishing long term partnerships in Aerospace, Retail, Insurance, Manufacturing, Pharma, Government, Financial Services and Telecommunication sectors in North America, India and UK & Europe regions. Sushil is currently responsible for building New Strategic Partnerships and Service Delivery in North America region

Curt Hammitt

Career Transition Coach | Recruiter

Chesterfield, Virginia, United States
  • RCP Certified

Everyone deserves to know how to find a job in this time. The job search process is constantly changing. I guide you through what it takes to get noticed by Recruiters and Hiring Managers TODAY! 50% of the working public does not love their job but are hesitant to leave their job during the pandemic. I build your confidence so you take the step and take control of your own future. No need to stay in a job you don't enjoy. My IT career in IT spanned (1) Software Development and Support (2) Operations and Asset Management, Business Partner | Vendor Relations (3) Global Project Management | Delivered $10M in process improvement and cost savings projects over seven years. I am a people connector. I connect people to people, people to companies, and people to opportunity. So much so, I am coaching and recruiting job seekers, primarily focused on technology professionals. ✢Coached 750+ job seekers with LinkedIn and Resume Optimization and Conducted Mock Interviews over a five-year span. ✢Wrote and presented to 40 job seekers "HOW TO GET UNSTUCK - Steps to Finding what you want to do next". ✢documented my job search journey in an article “Career Transition for workers over 50” written for the Boomer Connections blog. ✢Volunteered for the RVA CAREER EXPO, Richmond Virginia, five times, 2015-2018. Job candidates exceeded over 1000 and over 100 employers. ✢Certified as a Recruiter via the recruiter certification process offered by June 2020. Connect to me for a FREE 15-minute consultation Mobile - 804.909.7795 Email -

Aimee Zepeda


Woodbridge, Virginia, United States

Talent recruitment and acquisition professional with experience developing and executing recruiting plans within both agency and in-house settings. Manage all phases of full-cycle recruiting, from initial sourcing and screening through offer negotiations, placement, and onboarding. Creatively source high-caliber candidates by leveraging recruiting software, social media, cold calling, and employee referrals.

Managing Director

Purcellville, Virginia, United States

David Wilf brings over three decades of experience and education to include his Computer Science background at Drexel University, various certifications such as PMP, Lean Six Sigma Master Blackbelt, Scrum Master, Product Owner, Agile Certified Implementation Expert, and Scrum Certified Instructor, and successful management of programs in excess of 30 million in DoD, civilian federal, information technology, manufacturing and financial sectors. David Wilf has also been instrumental in the establishment and quality control of industry standards with the Project Management Institute (PMI) and delivered lectures on leadership and quality management at various Federal agencies, Fortune 500 companies and federal conventions in Washington DC. After a very successful career of over three decades in positions from project manager to Vice President of Information Technology, David Wilf has decided to dedicate the rest of his career supporting adults with cognitive disabilities using techniques he developed to transform low performing individuals, teams and departments into high quality performers. These leadership tools and solutions he developed combined with vocational rehabilitation industry standards have formed the foundation of what is now known as the Ability2Work Program. Mr. Wilf takes a very hands-on open-door policy approach to management of each Ability2Work state program to ensure complete customer satisfaction and that all supported team members are given the same opportunities as everyone else in the form of training, support, mentoring, pay and career advancement. Throughout David’s career he has received numerous awards and recognitions but the two that have the most meaning to him are the “Champions of Disability Employment” award presented by the State of Virginia and the Congressional “Lead on Award” presented at Capitol Hill in Washington DC which reads the following. “In respectful recognition of your leadership, your commitment to, and your support of the quality employment for Americans with disabilities and for the qualified rehabilitation counselors who serve them.”


Richmond, Virginia, United States

My name is Simon Ratliff the owner of IDS Recruitment Services. I have been in business for over fifteen years. IDS Recruitment Services specializes and concentrates on getting the top talent for all industries. IDS Recruitment Services unique talent representatives can help fill any hard to find temporary and long term staffing needs. Our main priority is great customer service and customer satisfaction. We are dedicated helping to find that needle in the haystack.

CEO Head Recruiter

Stafford, Virginia, United States

Zia I Haq


Glen Allen, Virginia, United States

Tamara Gills

Mortgage Generalist

Richmond, Virginia, United States

Hi! My name is Tamara Gills, and I am a highly talented and motivated customer service advocate. I have over 22 years of customer service experience with 19 of those years in the mortgage field. A results-oriented self-starter with excellent oral and written communication, interpersonal, time management, research and presentation skills. My passion is to help people achieve their goals, whether it's financial, professional or personal. I think what sets me apart from others is that I'm very relatable and genuine. It's very important for me to be as "human" as possible, so that our interaction is real and meaningful. This involves me actively listening to your needs and goals, and then taking that information and turning it into an action plan.

DeAndrae Jackson


Sterling, Virginia, United States


Leesburg, Virginia, United States

Customer-focused professional with 20+ years of experience meeting challenges in recruiting, proposal development, and operational support roles for a wide range of businesses from start-ups to global organizations. Comfortable as both an individual contributor and a leader - owning the recruiting process and answering for results. Able to support growing companies, establish a recruiting infrastructure, and building teams for evolving business needs. Enjoy interacting with stakeholders to understand organizational mission and advance business goals through research, networking, and information sharing. Extensive experience with new business pursuits, contract re-competes, and incumbent captures. Focused and able to manage heavy workloads. Remote worker with a professional office and flexible to support all time zones.

Antonio Hyman

Healthcare Recruiter

Leesburg, Virginia, United States

Hello! I’m Antonio, I’m the founder of Hyman Healthcare Solutions, a strategic healthcare firm focused on adding value to both clients and candidates in the healthcare market. We connect valuable talent with healthcare companies across the country. We’re widely known as one of the most successful and connected firms in the Northern Virginia area. I founded Hyman Healthcare Solutions with the concept of adding value to our clients and candidates in every possible way. For the right clients, we provide executive level career coaching . We create a strategic pathway for a valuable transaction into your next career move. We construct, implement and coach individuals through the entire process of attaining their highest level of success, from the initial concept to a offer letter. How may I help you succeed today?

Team Lead - Recruitment

Sterling, Virginia, United States


New Kent, Virginia, United States

Abraham Lincoln is quoted as saying “Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four hours sharpening the axe.” I first thoroughly dissect, evaluate, and research the description to ensure that I have a clear understanding of what I need to key in on during my search. After this I begin formulating advanced BOOLEAN strings that will yield returns on the best suited candidates. While performing these searches, I look for reoccurences and patterns in my results that can help me fine tune my search even more. I first search my own database before branching outwards and sourcing on job boards, google, and social media. As far as my screening process, I have found that the most important thing when engaging with candidates is offering a personal approach. Granted, recruiting is a numbers game where you want to cast your net out as wide as possible, but I never treat candidates like they are just numbers. So many people have had unpleasant experiences with unprofessional recruiters and I go to great lengths to ensure that every interaction I have with each candidate I come across is a professional and pleasant one. Unprofessional recruiters fail to realize (or don't care) that being unprofessional not only reflects poorly on them, but also on the company they work for. I take great pride in leaving long-lasting, positive impressions with everyone who I come across and being a positive extension of my employer as well. Another strength that I have is I am very well-versed in behavioral, critical thinking, and situational interviewing techniques. A good interviewer (such as myself ha!) asks open-ended questions and gets candidates to expand and dig deeper on certain answers that provide more insight into themselves, their attributes, and their experience. I believe there's somewhat of an art to screening. You want to find that sweet spot where the candidate is doing most of the talking but you are still controlling and navigating the interview. I am very successful in achieving this balance. Lastly, I do full-scope interviews. Personality and how well an employee would acclimate to an employer's culture is often just as important as his/her experience. When I'm done with interviewing candidates, I leave with not only a good understanding of them as an employee but also a solid understanding of them as a person.


Chantilly, Virginia, United States

Project manager

Manassas, Virginia, United States

Senior Talent Acquisition specialist

Ashburn, Virginia, United States


McLean, Virginia, United States

Senior Recruiter

McLean, Virginia, United States


Charlottesville, Virginia, United States