Send A Resume. When a recruiter contacts you, send a resume and other requested information, even if the current opportunity is not right for you, so that you will be called in the future for a more suitable position.
Respect Confidentiality. If a recruiter calls you, you may not be told where he or she got your name or the full details of available positions. You will receive information as you need it, and will be expected to keep it to yourself.
Help A Friend. If a recruiter calls about a position unsuitable for you, please pass along names of potential candidates. Your participation will be confidential and you will be remembered when "your" job comes along.
Help Your Recruiter to Help You.
It is necessary to share enough personal information with your recruiter to enable him or her find you a suitable combination of company, position, compensation, and location. Do not be dishonest with your recruiter, as this can create problems for both of you.
Call Your Recruiter Promptly. After your interview, please phone your recruiter while everything is fresh in your mind.
Other information that will aid you in your ceramic or ceramic related job search:
- Your Ceramic or Ceramic Related Career
- Your Resume
- Your Ceramic Industry Job Search
- Your Recruiter
- Your Telephone Interview
- Your Preparations for Travel to Interviewsl
- Your Interview Preparation
- Your Interview FAQs
- Your Interview Types
- Your Follow-Through: After Your Interview