How to Find CIO Specialty Recruiters in an Instant

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Your CIO Job Search Can Be Simpler …

You Don’t Have to Do It All Yourself.

Recruiters may seem like they are everywhere, but finding the ones who specifically place CIOs like you (and in YOUR salary range) can take a lot of work.

So why not do yourself a favor? Save hours of research and frustration.

My team and I have already done most of the legwork for you.

Click Here to Learn How to Get Your U.S. CIO Recruiter Directory for $49

Better Yet, Why Not Get It for Free? Get a Free Consult, Get a Free Directory!

How’s that for simple?

uncommon the book with stephen van vreedeMy name is Stephen Van Vreede, and I am a Technical Résumé Writer and Job Search Strategist. I’m also a Technical Job Search Adviser for TechRepublic, CIO.com, and Dice, where I have been featured extensively, as well as a Co-author of the upcoming career/life development book UNCOMMON with business leader Brian Tracy (June 11, 2015).

After listening to my client members talk about their frustration in finding the right recruiters, and after hearing how much of their precious job search time they were squandering scouring LinkedIn to find a recruiter who places for the types of jobs they were looking for, I began putting together specialized directories for them, leveraging my large network of recruiters.

Now we offer those directories, such as the CIO directory, outside of our network. To top it off, we even give them away with a free 30-minute career move “prep” session with me.

You can also sign up to receive our complimentary brief called “How You Can Leverage Technical Recruiters to Build a Career Protection Pipeline” (see below).

No matter where you are in your CIO career move, we offer 3 great options:

  1. For only $49, you can get started with your CIO recruiter directory. Just click here.

  2. For 30 minutes of your time, you can have a 1-1 consult with me and receive the CIO recruiter directory for free.

  3. For a limited time, you can receive a brief presentation on “How You Can Leverage Technical Recruiters to Build a Career Protection Pipeline“: