Finally, your CIO Job Search, Simplified
Dear Tech Leader,
Is it time to make that next career move, to get that next executive IT job search finally underway?
Good news! As we move further along in 2015, the CIO role is expected to further solidify its influence on business strategy and growth.
It’s no surprise then that, as a result, the number of professionals competing for CIO roles is already rising at an even higher rate, making the CIO role one of the most competitive job markets within IT.
It’s why it’s more important than ever that you spend your precious job search time wisely.
But here’s even better news: We’ve already done some of the legwork for you!
You can make the job search much simpler if you start with one key strategy: Proper recruiter “matching”.
Don’t make the same mistake 95% of candidates do: Make sure you are reaching out to those recruiters who best understand and place for the CIO role at YOUR salary rate and in YOUR target area (not all CIO titles are create equal!). Once you get that proper match, then you will have more productive conversations with recruiters who “get” you!
But first you have to find them. And did you know that although recruiters are everywhere, finding the ones who specifically place CIOs with YOUR parameters (salary, etc.) can take a lot of time and effort?
The reason is because recruiters are not just local anymore and they are not all created equal. Recruiters can place candidates all over the world without being physically located there. So you can’t just rely on calling the recruiter in your area. You need to think globally, and that can take time to research. Also, like most industries, few of them place candidates at all levels of experience, so you need to know their background.
Why spend more than you have to looking for them? Why not make your IT job search easier?
Sure, there’s always LinkedIn, but exactly how much time do you want to spend just searching online? Why not save yourself hours of research?
Wouldn’t you rather spend your time speaking to the right recruiters instead of wasting it just trying to find them?
My name is Stephen Van Vreede, and I am a Technical Résumé Writer and Job Search Strategist. I’m also a career adviser for TechRepublic, CIO.com, and Dice, where I have been featured extensively, as well as co-author of the upcoming career/life development book UNCOMMON with business leader Brian Tracy (Summer 2015).
After listening to my client members talk about their frustration in finding the right recruiters for them, and after hearing how much of their precious job search time they were squandering scouring LinkedIn, I began putting together specialized directories for them, leveraging my large network of recruiters.
- “Thank you, thank you for giving me a resource that would have cost me hundreds of dollars and hundreds of hours to find elsewhere!” Amy G., IT Leader, NYC
I am now offering select versions of these directories to the general public, such as this one made up exclusively of 800 highly ranked CIO recruiters, spanning states A-W.
- Physical mailing addresses
- Email addresses
- Phone numbers
- Fax numbers
All the information you need to research, reach out, and engage with recruiters who place project management candidates … IN AN INSTANT!
- Available in Word .doc format.
- Backed by 30-Day Money Back Guarantee
- MOST IMPORTANT: Includes tips on how to use the list for maximum benefit.
- Receive regular job market trend updates.
So Do Yourself a Favor!
- “When I told my co-workers that I paid for this directory, they all laughed at me. That is until they needed to find a technical recruiter to work with them and they didn’t really know how to begin.” Ahmed S., IT Project Manager, San Francisco, CA
Don’t Sell Yourself Short.
Get a leg up. Save yourself hours of research time and focus on what’s important: How you plan to approach these CIO-specific recruiters once you’ve downloaded the directory!
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