TUG Meeting – Monday, June 13, 2016 at 6:30pm
If you are looking for tools and techniques to find a job faster, from finding hidden jobs to interviewing well, please feel welcome to attend!
- Learn to how to utilize Employee Referral Programs
- Create Warm Leads with people you don’t know
- Identify enticing distractions that will slow you down
Paul Cameron has been a Technical Recruiter in the Chicago area since 1998. He has served as the Treasurer of the Illinois Search & Staffing Association and was President for 2 terms previously; he was a co-host on the talk radio show Job Talk on WJJG for many years; he is the author of “Turning Interviews into Offers” audio training program; and he is a public speaker & trainer to job clubs and networking groups across the Chicago area. Prior to joining the ISSA Board of Directors, they recognized him for his service based approach to recruiting by asking him to sit on a discussion panel of top performers to offer recruiters what the ISSA called, “Tips from the Best.”
His specialty throughout his entire recruiting career has been in placing technology savvy professionals into a variety of company types ranging from very large Fortune 100 companies to small, 15 person firms. He has developed trusted, working relationships within numerous industries including Manufacturing, Financial Services, Insurance, Consulting and Telecommunications, just to name a few. Throughout his experience as a Senior Technology Recruiter and Manager of Tech Recruiters he has had the opportunity to train, mentor and lead many top producing recruiters in the Chicago area. The valuable challenges and experiences he has encountered and enjoyed motivated him to branch out and establish his own firm. Hence the birth of DriveStaff, Inc. in 2002. In 2011, Paul was recognized as an industry expert by New York Times best selling author Martin Yate in his 2011 book, Knock’em Dead, including multiple references and quotes throughout the book.
Paul’s successful career has been built (and continues to be built) on his strong ethical values, cherished relationships and a focus on producing results.
Networking will follow the presentation.
The program and the networking are ideal for those looking for a new employment opportunity. The large majority of new jobs are found through networking, and participants are eager to help each other find the right contact to land a new position.
Where and When
The next TUG meeting is Monday, June 13, at the:
Bethlehem Lutheran Church
1145 N 5th Avenue
St Charles, IL
Meetings begin at 6:30 pm and are free to attend.
For more information about TUG, visit the TUG website at TUGCareerServices.org or email WeCanHelp@TUGCareerServices.org