Paul Cameron is an IT Recruiting Leader in the Chicago area, a Job Change Advisor to senior technology professionals and technology leaders nationally, Corporate Recruiting Trainer, Public Speaker, and Author, former Job Talk Radio Show Host (8 years on WJJG). Paul has been placing senior IT professionals into jobs since 1998 and has trained many thousands of people on Job Search Strategies emphasizing actionable techniques (not theories) to find jobs faster.
His experience and expertise helping others is available to you directly through this program without the large expense of one on one coaching fees.
Paul has been recognized as an industry expert and quoted directly for job search advice by:
- New York Times best-selling author Martin Yate in his 2011 book, Knock’em Dead
- The Daily Herald of Chicago
- The Chicago Tribune’s online Jobs section
- MSN Careers
- AOL Jobs
- Yahoo Shine: Work + Money
- Hewlett Packard’s Input/Output blog
- WomansDay Magazine’s online Jobs Advice
- Many other lesser known job search advice blogs and columns
Question: Why would a Headhunter know how to speed up your job search?
Answer: Headhunters get paid for placing people into jobs. They need to know WHERE the open jobs are, WHO to talk to about them, WHAT TO SAY when they call, and must show their candidates HOW to land the job FAST! For Headhunters, the faster, the better.
Recruiters cannot wait for companies to call them with openings, they must continuously identify new tools and develop unique strategies to effectively find new jobs and get there first! Recruiters are searching for the same jobs that you are, and since YOU can’t find them, companies pay recruiters to find YOU! Paul created the 5-PHASE Job Change Management Program to show you how to find those jobs first.
How does Paul stack up? Compare for yourself here: “Comparing Recruiters: Who’s better?”. Use the comparison criteria to compare Paul’s LinkedIn profile with other recruiters. How do YOU feel he stacks up? Where can you find a reputable IT recruiter willing and able to coach and train senior professionals in transition? Right here.