[internetworkers] recap: where to find jobs

anilorac at nc.rr.com anilorac at nc.rr.com
Fri Sep 10 14:12:01 EDT 2004


Dan Smith here.  It's been a long time sine I've seen either you or Steve
around the Triangle.

I don't know if this interest you, but if you are willing to work with a
recruiter, I might be able to help Hesketh.com

Plus, I won't charge you an agency ransome for the hires since I recruit on
a part time basis.  I'm working for Keyword Ranking in a non-recruiting

Let me know if this would interest you.

Many thanks,

Dan Smith

Original Message:
From: Heather Hesketh heather at hesketh.com
Date: Fri, 10 Sep 2004 11:54:25 -0400
To: internetworkers at lists.ibiblio.org
Subject: [internetworkers] recap: where to find jobs

Thanks to everyone who responded to my question about where you have the 
best luck looking for jobs. It is helpful in directing my company's 
recruitment efforts. Here is a recap of what was shared with us, in case 
anyone else might find this information helpful:

* Networking was tied with recruiters. So, if you're an employer or HR 
executive, it could be well worth your time to attend events like ING.

* Staffing agencies or recruiters was tied with networking - specific names 
shared were Jill Kuhn at Randstad, Justin Berg at Robert Half, and Dan 
Scocca at Act1.

* jobs.triangle.com

* www.trianglejobs.com

* dice.com

* monster.com - got 3 recommends, with one caution that their former 
employer got 500+ responses, with maybe 2% of them qualified.

* careerbuilder.com

* www.flipdog.com

* www.raleighhatchet.com - This was is a stretch, but could be good for the 
demographic of "hip, techie, literary crowd."

* STC has a job bank: http://www.stc-carolina.org/jobs/weeklyjobs.shtml


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CEO                            vox: 919.834.2552 x12
hesketh.com/inc.               fax: 919.834.2554

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