Join us for free All-Star Recruiter Panel tonight at 7PM (PST) Get the inside scoop on interviews and LinkedIn to land a job!

1 02 2021

Hello Everyone,

Just a quick reminder to register by the 5:00 deadline for tonight’s panel of Recruiter All-Stars.

Since it’s online, we can handle up to 1,000 and over 500 people have registered already. So if you’re interested in getting the latest job search and career strategies from this expert panel, you’re welcome to join us!

I’ll be on the panel, too, to share my tips from a KIT List community perspective and what I hear from employers and recruiters. 

This panel is hosted by the Northside Branch of the Santa Clara Library, by the amazing branch manager, Cheryl Lee. We’ve had KIT List panel events there previously. They’ve moved their events online due to COVID so events are to anyone, anywhere!

Please sign up using the link below, and address any questions directly with the library at Northsidelibrary@santaclaraca.gov. NOTE: This event will not be recorded, so please attend online!

Warmly,

 Sue

All-Star Recruiter Panel

Monday, February 1st at 7 PM (PST)

Registration is required by 5PM on 2/1/21 to receive the Zoom link at: https://nsallstarfeb2021.eventbrite.com

Well 2020 was a bust! We are hopeful that 2021 will bring optimism to a dismal job market. We have assembled an all-star career panel that will help you find your next job opportunity. This is your chance to get your questions answered by industry experts, career coaches, and recruiters! Some topics that will be covered are:

  • Growth industries that are hiring NOW besides medical
  • How to navigate searching for a job during (what seems like) a never ending pandemic.
  • Where job opportunities are in the Bay Area and beyond.
  • Out of the box strategies a recruiter and/or hiring manager’s attention
  • Learn how to stop getting lost in the applicant tracking system

Registration will end on Monday, February 1st at 5 pm PST. 

Participants who have registered will be given access credentials on February 1 by 6 pm PST.

Our panelists include:

Sue Connelly is the President of Connelly Communications and founded the KIT List community of over 72,000 job seekers, employers and recruiters to “help great people find great jobs.” Sue’s real job is as a marketing consultant in the Silicon Valley. Through Connelly Communications, she provides strategic planning and program management to connect companies with their customers in better ways that ignite fierce customer loyalty which drives greater revenue. Sue’s love of marketing led to her creating and teaching marketing and communications best practices webinars to help companies raise the bar of expertise within their own marketing teams. To join the KIT List community to receive or post job opportunities, go to www.KITlist.org

Cory Hiromoto is a Fortune 100 recruiter and his career coaching business, Career Shakers, has helped corporate professionals plan out their careers and find their next job. He’s spoken at workshops, technology events, radio shows, and has a YouTube channel where he posts weekly career content including the Life Switch podcast where he interviews entrepreneurs and other professionals who have switched careers.

Albert Qian is founded Albert’s List in 2013, a job search community with 32,000+ members connecting job seekers, recruiters, hiring managers, service providers, and hiring managers. We have driven over $5 million+ of salaries across the country including hires at GoPro, Google, Cisco, and Ingram Micro and reduced the time of job searches substantially.

Thor Swenson is Partner and Managing Director of Lagom, an international consultancy focusing on Human Capital, Change Management, and Organizational Design. He has a degree in sociology from Louisiana State University and has led talent acquisition, training, leadership development, and change management within multi-million dollar organizations. Thor is a strong proponent of aligning performance for success through effective human capital management in any organization he works with.

Yash Voltaire is a consultant focused on the Human Capital side of Mergers, Acquisitions, and Integrations. He has a degree in industrial-organizational psychology and prior experience within the Big 4. He has driven organization transformations and developed operating models for major oil and gas organizations. His focus is developing scalable and sustainable organizational designs and talent strategies that set organizations up for multiple years of success.

This program is sponsored by the Santa Clara City Library Foundation and Friends. 

If you have questions about the program, please contact Northsidelibrary@santaclaraca.gov


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