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Job Recruiter Role Explained At Workshop
By Kate Rainey
Human Resource Executives and Career Coaches of Joseph’s People Central Delaware County Chapter will teach job seekers how to maximize the effectiveness of interaction with recruiters 7-8:30 p.m., June 18, in the Parish Hall of St. Laurence Church, 8245 West Chester Pike, Upper Darby. The entrance is from the rear church driveway off of St. Laurence Road. All are welcome to the free event, regardless of religious affiliation.
Recruiters can help enhance the effectiveness of gaining employment. Attendees of this workshop will gain understanding of the recruiter’s role in the job search, how to select a recruiter who can best service particular needs, what a recruiter needs and how to interact with a recruiter to maximize the effectiveness of interaction.
Bring a copy of your resume and job description that interests you. If you are just launching a job search, bring the resume you used in the past.
Joseph’s People Central Delaware County Chapter (JPCD) is a joint program of Media Presbyterian Church and St. Laurence Church, Upper Darby and is affiliated with Joseph’s People, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing guidance and support to unemployed and underemployed workers.
JPCD also has an active, free forum on LinkedIn. To become part of it, search for “Joseph’s People of Central Delaware County-Free Job Search Group” through the LinkedIn directory. Send a request to join the group, and an email will be sent to you confirming your membership. Shared on the page are job postings; information about upcoming meetings and events; tips and strategies, to increase the effectiveness of the search; strategies to deal with stress; and success stories from “graduates” who share their first-hand experience.
Job Recruiter Role
Too many policemen William W. Lawrence Sr 6-5-19
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Answer to yesterday’s puzzle: Where there are too many policemen, there is no liberty. Where there are too many soldiers, there is no peace. Where there are too many lawyers, there is no justice.