To be considered for positions
in our focus industries, you can either email your resume to EXEK Recruiters or register
on our website.
Submit via email
Email is the best way to bring your credentials
to our attention. Send your resume, ideally
in an MS Word Doc format, and a cover
letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Register on EXEK's
Profile feature on exek-recruiters.com
offers another way to bring your resume
to our attention. You can upload a resume
as well as pertinent search information
that will greatly assist our search efforts
on your behalf.
Becoming an EXEK
If your qualifications match the minimum
requirements for an open job listing,
one of our recruiters will personally
contact you to conduct a pre-screening
interview and discuss certain opportunities.
By getting to know your
qualifications, personal needs, interests,
and professional goals, we can identify
opportunities that genuinely interest
you and work towards placing you in a
position that offers the greatest potential
for career growth and long term satisfaction.
While we cannot guarantee
a candidate a placement, EXEK serves as
an extra pair of eyes out there, looking
for opportunities that match your credentials.
Should we identify a promising prospect
of interest to you, we will do everything
in our power to help you get it.
submit your resume
We never submit your resume or personal
information to a prospective employer
without your permission.
of your search
For some candidates, particularly those
who are currently employed, a job search
can be a sensitive issue. EXEK treats
such matters with the utmost seriousness.
We will honor your request for confidentiality
and discretion in your search.
the employer interview
EXEK Recruiters works hard to take the
mystery out of the hiring process. Prior
to the interview, we will contact you
to discuss any issues or concerns that
may come up in the course of your meeting
with the employer. We may ask questions
that "flesh out" your resume
and will coach you in emphasizing the
aspects of your experience most important
to the employer's evaluation process.
To ensure sure that you'll
never "go in blind," we provide
tips on the company's background, the
hiring officials' concerns, and how best
to present yourself, your experience,
and skills. In short, we help you to be
"on your game" in the interview.
Follow up after
Your feedback after an interview is important
to us. We want to know how the interview
went for you and whether you have any
questions or concerns about the meeting
or the company. By alerting us to any
subjects or issues that arose, you can
help us to clarify any matters for you
or the employer and to facilitate any
follow-up interviews and hiring discussions
that may follow.
If you feel an
interview did not go well
Don't be discouraged! Let us know your
concerns. Sometimes hiring officials will
ask questions or take a certain approach
to "test your mettle." Despite
your doubts, your response may have been
quite impressive! We can debrief you on
your interview and help to put the experience
in perspective. We can also coach you
further on your presentation, to strengthen
any weak links in your pitch.
Remember, each employer
is looking for a certain constellation
of credentials, experience, personality,
and skills. Where one employer fails to
see a good fit, another employer may see
true star potential. Keep your chin up!