Public Relations Recruiters

  • Public


New York City, New York, United States

The Jericho HR Group is an Executive Search Firm. We are NAPS (National Association of Personnel Services) certified and have been placing professionals for 16 years.


Alpharetta, Georgia, United States


Co-Founder, Director

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Hi, my name is Alex 👋🏻 I am on a mission to make hiring easy, transparent, and human. A new era of virtual hiring has begun: BubbleHR lets people experience a job digitally before officially starting.


Midvale, Utah, United States


Baltimore, Maryland, United States


Lubbock, Texas, United States


Frisco, Texas, United States

Workforce Placement Expert

Houston, Texas, United States

Workforce Placement Expert and Certified Life Coach

SEbior Mechanical Engineer

Kiev, Misto Kyyiv, Ukraine

Sr HR executive

Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India


Dumfries, Virginia, United States

I am a eager recruiter who is willing to fill backfill postions,contract and permanent positions.

HR Business Partner

Riyadh, Mintaqat ar Riyad, Saudi Arabia

Certified Recruiter, HR Business Partner, and Chairman of the Penalties & Investigation Committe. Solid academic background through completing a bachelor of HR Management from Saint Mary's University - Sobey’s School of Business, NS, Canda. HR Generalist & expert in setting up/building the HR Departments and Organization Structure of the company. Successfully recruited talented candidates for all vacancies from juniors to C-Level. Strong ability to maintain Employee Relations & Affairs through updating and distributing Employee Handbooks, effective Recruitment practices & well-done Onboarding of new hires, in-house L&D activities, and Employee Rewarding & Incentives activities.


Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States


Cape Coral, Florida, United States
  • RCP Certified


Inglewood, California, United States


Portsmouth, Virginia, United States


Amduru, Adamawa State, Nigeria


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.


Ajmer, Rajasthan, India