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Recruiting Coordinator & Receptionist
Keller AgenciesMoon, PA
The Keller Agencies is a rapidly growing organization representing a Fortune 1000 company in Globe Life Liberty National Division. Recruiting Coordinator & Receptionist. · Create, Drive, and Manage the inbound recruiting process.
Recruiting Coordinator & Receptionist
Keller AgenciesSewickley, PA
This position offers opportunity for income growth based on results and tenure, especially as The Keller Agencies expands into new markets. This position is not remote or WFM* Our local office has locations in Pittsburgh and Morgantown and is in search of a talented, professional individual to help staff and grow both offices while also assisting with other administrative needs of the office executives. Coordinator Certificate
The Recruiting Coordinator is essential to providing a world class experience for all those involved in our recruiting process.
We'll *surround you with support and training*, and you'll work with *some of the country's best recruiting professionals
Recruiting Coordinator & Receptionist
Keller AgenciesWarrendale, PA
Receive FedEx & Mail deliveries. Provide candidates with Information Sheets & Collect Resumes. Manage front of office/reception area. Follow the schedule established for these processes by management. Utilize Google Workspace for scheduling and tracking.
Recruiting Coordinator & Receptionist
Keller Agencies
Assist with other administrative duties as needed. Professionally greet visitors & interview candidates. 5 per virtual candidate show. 10 per in-person candidate show. Attire: Business Casual. Place calls to resume candidates.
Recruiting Coordinator & Receptionist
Keller AgenciesCoraopolis, PA
Answer incoming calls and inform staff as necessary.
Recruiting Coordinator & Receptionist
Keller AgenciesPittsburgh, PA
Answer incoming calls and inform staff as necessary.
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In the current candidate-driven job market, recruiters are looking for unique ways to attract talent. Some have resorted to even (dare we say it?) recruitment strategies on the border of weird and wacky. What can we learn from the unusual recruitment tactics that are being used and actually getting results? Here’s a rundown of some unique recruitment strategies that actually work. 

Recruiting Coordinator & Receptionist
Keller AgenciesCarnegie, PA
Answer incoming calls and inform staff as necessary.
Recruiting Coordinator & Receptionist
Keller AgenciesLeetsdale, PA
Answer incoming calls and inform staff as necessary.
Recruiting Coordinator & Receptionist
Keller AgenciesGibsonia, PA
Answer incoming calls and inform staff as necessary.

Title: recruiting coordinator Company: keller agencies

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