As an Executive Recruiter, you will be responsible for identifying and recruiting top talent for highly specialized positions on behalf of our clients. Your main goal is to exceed clients' expectations and add value to their business by ensuring successful placements.
- Partner with clients to understand their strategic and financial objectives and hiring needs
- Develop and execute a targeted research strategy to identify potential candidates
- Conduct research on clients' companies, competitors, and the marketplace
- Define position descriptions and document specifications
- Identify and track potential candidates using a variety of channels
- Assess candidates to ensure they match the qualifications, cultural fit, and compatibility required for the position
- Conduct confidential interviews, follow up on references, and check credit
- Present shortlisted candidates and provide detailed profile summaries
- Facilitate the negotiation process through to completion
- Follow up with clients and assist with the candidate's transition and onboarding process
- Network and build long-lasting client relationships
- Develop recruiting leads and stay up to date with market trends and best practices
- Proven working experience in recruiting
- Deep understanding of recruitment processes
- Proficiency in using applicant tracking systems (ATS), recruiting software, and candidate databases
- Strong knowledge of candidate selection methods
- Previous experience with candidate sourcing tools and methods
- Excellent knowledge of the specialized industry or job function you are recruiting for
- Client focus along with relationship-building skills
- Business acumen and market insight
- Effective negotiation, influencing, and communication skills
- Integrity and confidentiality
- Bachelor's degree in Human Resources or related field
Executive Recruiter vs. Corporate Recruiter
While both executive recruiters and corporate recruiters work in talent acquisition, there are a few key differences between the two. Executive recruiters specialize in filling highly specialized, senior-level positions, while corporate recruiters typically fill more general positions within an organization. Additionally, executive recruiters typically work for recruiting firms or as independent contractors, while corporate recruiters work directly for the organization they are hiring for.
Executive Recruiter vs. HR Recruiter
The main difference between an Executive Recruiter and an HR Recruiter is the level of positions they fill. While Executive Recruiters specialize in filling senior-level, highly specialized positions, HR Recruiters typically fill more general positions within an organization. Additionally, Executive Recruiters often work on a project basis or for recruiting firms, while HR Recruiters are typically employees of the organization they are hiring for.
HR Executive vs. Recruiter
An HR Executive typically oversees the overall human resources strategy and operations for an organization, while a Recruiter focuses specifically on talent acquisition. HR Executives often have a broader range of responsibilities, such as managing employee benefits and performance management, while Recruiters focus primarily on sourcing, screening, and selecting candidates for open positions.