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Technical Recruiter - Hamilton, NJ

We are looking for a strong and determined individual to join our company where your talent, skills, creativity and experience can help us locate and secure the best qualified candidates for our clients.
In this role you are responsible for the full-life cycle recruitment for permanent positions with new and existing customers. You will identify qualified candidates through effective sourcing and branding, as well as, being involved in moving applicants through the interview and offer process.
We Are Looking For Individuals with
Drive and energy to thrive
The ability to build relationships with managers and candidates by approaching all work with integrity and commitment
Network with employees of all levels across a diverse selection of high-tech businesses
Qualifications
Bachelors degree
1-2 years of business experience a plus but not required
Exceptional written, verbal, phone and presentation skills
Ability to work quickly, while organizing and prioritizing responsibilities
Excellent compensation with full benefits including medical, dental, 401(k), vacation and paid holidays.
For complete details contact Scott Shanes at (609) 584-9000 Ext. 218
Submit resume online at:
http://dmc9.com/sis/app.asp
Or email to:
Please reference #0092 when responding
Education Requirements: Bachelor Degree
Minimum Experience Requirements: 2-5 years
Job City Location: Hamilton
Job State Location: NJ
Job Country Location: USA
Salary Range: $31,000 to $51,000
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