Design recruiter

Postby help » January 20th, 2005, 11:05 am


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Does anybody know any good Industrial design recruiter websites? they are so many I don't really know who to choose. I'm looking for a nationwide (usa) design recruiting website where I can give my resume too and get good result.

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Postby help2 » January 20th, 2005, 11:36 am


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I have run into the same dilemma. Does anybody have suggestions?

Postby lakeshoredesigner » January 20th, 2005, 11:57 am


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I've had good luck with Aquent. They have offices set up all over the country.

Postby Guest » January 20th, 2005, 2:37 pm


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lakeshoredesigner wrote:I've had good luck with Aquent. They have offices set up all over the country.


Same here and I"m in graphic design. I feel they are pretty much focussed on temp placement and production type people right now.

Postby lakeshoredesigner » January 20th, 2005, 4:13 pm


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That's true. I've never secured a staff position through a recruiter. Just kept getting temp jigs until I found a full-time position by simply replying to an ad.

My advise would be to try as many different design recruiters as possible, so that more than just one person is looking for you.
Also, try some of the lesser known sites like CareerBuilder.com. You would be suprised how many design jobs are simply listed in the newspaper.[/quote]

Postby ITim » January 20th, 2005, 8:32 pm

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I to am in the same boat, can someone please post acouple links to direct us the the right direction.

thanks the help.

recruitment in sydney

Postby damien » January 20th, 2005, 10:59 pm


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on the same subject but a different locality, does anyone know of a decent design recruitment agency in sydney, australia??? i am a recent grad, who is currently freelancing. but looking for something permanent

Postby pezzy » February 1st, 2005, 7:18 pm


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From my truely little experience with recruiters... they tend to find you.

From time to time I get these call from people telling me that they were told to call me about an ID job. (I am pretty sure that they are just seeing a profile of me on coroflot or monster or something)

Other than that, I have had little luck. Check out Rita Sue.

Postby Guest » February 1st, 2005, 7:33 pm


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RSS... is SHE still around?

don't waste your time.

Postby NATE » February 1st, 2005, 7:52 pm

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RSS was acquired by Aquent some time ago...

Postby Timf » February 2nd, 2005, 1:27 am

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National Design Recruiters

Postby jjg » August 23rd, 2005, 9:03 pm


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head hunters

Postby quest » August 30th, 2005, 12:28 am


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General Design Recruiting/Corporate

Mr. Tom Hirsch, insearch:
http://www.insearch.com/

Ms. Jessica R. Ragaza, RitaSue Siegel Resources
jragaza@ritasue.com

Mr. Nick Ragone, Eastman Kodak Company
nick.ragone@kodak.com


Recruiters in Footwear/Athletic design:

Ms. Lori Toriseva at Generatorgroup:
lori@generatorgroup.net

Mr. Tim Uyematsu, Fast Forward Recruiting LLC"
tim@fastforwardrecruiting.com

Ms. Julie Alperen, Janou Pakter, Inc.
julie@jpakter.com

Mr. John Cote, SCI
JhnCote@aol.com

Recruiters

Postby Anon » September 12th, 2005, 3:11 pm


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It's been my experience that almost all design recruiters give virtually no feedback from or about anything submitted to them even when the submission references a specific job listing with specific and seriously good credentials. They rarely return phone calls and almost never take them. The answering assistant (if there is one) almost has a scripted answer to they effect ... "Let's be quick. Thanks for calling. We'll look at your resume. If we have anything that might interest you, maybe we'll call. Don't bother to call us"
The recruiters must be extremely busy and successful, or overwhelmend by the volume of internet resume postings coming their way. Or maybe my submissions really do suck, though I've never been unemployed.
Anyone else have thoughts or experience?

Re: head hunters

Postby ykh » September 12th, 2005, 6:45 pm


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Recruiters in Footwear/Athletic design:

Ms. Julie Alperen, Janou Pakter, Inc.
julie@jpakter.com

really? received email from her couple weeks back. never heard of her. i've done no footwear. maybe she's taken on more areas.

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