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Freelance Recruiter for busy in-house teams.

The reality for most in-house recruitment teams today is that they live in a reactive state. That can be hard to forecast what’s coming down the pipeline and can often put your in-house team under pressure.

I decided to go freelance around 7 years ago to help take that pressure off in-house recruiters. In addition to tactical hiring, I also consult for companies to help support attraction.

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Background

I STARTED MY CAREER IN RECRUITMENT IN 2012. STRAIGHT INTO THE DEEP END. AGENCY STUFF. SINCE THEN, I’VE HIRED CHEFS TO COOK FOR ROYALTY, PLACED CODERS TO SOLVE FRAUDULENT BANKING ACTIVITY, HIRED CONTENT CREATORS, LEGALLY STALKED MULTIPLE VP’S OF SALES AND SINGLE-HANDEDLY BUILT HIGH-PERFORMING SALES TEAMS. IT’S BEEN A JOURNEY. MY OPINION ON RECRUITMENT HAS CHANGED SIGNIFICANTLY OVER THE LAST FEW YEARS. THE OPPORTUNITY FOR ANY BRAND TO SHARE THEIR MESSAGE AND REACH THEIR IDEAL AUDIENCE IS SIGNIFICANT. WHERE COMPANIES AND CANDIDATES MEET TOTALLY RE-WROTE RECRUITMENT RULES.

ON-DEMAND.

You need help. Quickly. You can hire me to join your in-house team and dive into some hiring to take the pressure off. It’s usually priced on a monthly retained fee or day-rate, depending on how much hiring demand you have.

CONSULTING.

You need ideas. Fast. You’re stuck in a reactive state and you need the frameworks and concepts to drive more talent through your pipeline. Unlimited consulting.

EQUITY.

Making those first few hires can be expensive. Especially if you get them wrong. I’m available for equity-only projects if there’s a strong sense of alignment with a founding team.