How to become a Recruiter - usitrecruit.com

How to Become a Recruiter | Education Qualification and Career

Who is a Recruiter ?

Recruiters are the first point of  contact for both the candidate and the client , who helps in fulfilling a particular job role of client with suitable candidate. This includes Screening , interviewing , on boarding etc..,

Often , recruiters will conduct career events , job fairs to hire  at colleges or universities to hire the potential candidates . Mostly recruiters  will work in an office setting .

Requirements to become a Recruiter

Education Qualification  Any Bachelors degree
Skills Required Good communication skills / Able to deal with people / Listening
Experience Related experience in to recruitment / for fresher training will be given by the company
Certification Not preferred

Step 1 :

To become a recruiter first step is to learn a little bit about the recruitment process and get to an idea how the recruitment industry works on a one layer approach

Few Online Resources to learn more about Recruitment

https://www.learnhiring.com/ – US IT Recruitment

https://usitrecruit.com – US Recruitment

Step – 2:

Setting up your resume related to recruitment process , as a fresher or beginner  , who has just passed out fro mthe college there will be not much to put on the resume about recruitment , so prepare the resume which highlights your writing and communication skills with proper format.

Success Tip: Resume is the Virtual face which represents our attitude , skills, dedication ,maturity about the job which we are applying for , so make sure resume must be prepared well along with our presence of mind.

Article for reference :

Resume Formatting : https://usitrecruit.com/2018/12/12/resume-preparation-and-formatting/

Step -3:

Upload the resume in popular job boards like Naukri, Dice , CareerBuilder  etc..,  and start applying for recruiter roles which comes up .

In No time will receive call/ email from the company who are looking for recruiters .

Role and Responsibilities of a Recruiter: 

  • Dealing with candidates
  • Rate Negotiations
  • Calling to the Prospective candidate
  • Email writing

Conclusion and FAQ’s

Q. Who can apply for recruiting roles?

A. Any one who has completed the bachelors degree can apply for recruiting roles.

Q. What is the salary range of trainee recruiter ?

A. Its be around Rs/- 9400 to Rs/-10000 ( This might vary from company to company )

Q. Is it better to choose recruiting ?

A. Yes it is , its all about dealing with people , listening , speaking , email writing , so decide if you are the one who can able to can communicate effectively with the people   and a person with lots of patience , then you would try out recruitment.

Useful links to check out :

Daily Routine of a Recruiter : https://usitrecruit.com/2019/01/12/day-in-a-us-recruiter-life/

Recruitment Lifecycle : https://usitrecruit.com/2018/12/03/what-is-recruitment-life-cycle/

USIT Recruitment Terminology : https://usitrecruit.com/2018/12/07/us-recruitment-terminology/

 

If this article is useful , please do SHARE IT  

Keep Sharing , Keep learning, Keep loving

Happy Recruiting

Sharing is caring!

1 thought on “How to Become a Recruiter | Education Qualification and Career”

  1. In March 2015, the GC of Huawei emailed Samsung management claiming
    that Samsung had never provide¬d Huawei with a standalone offer for Samsung’s SEP portfolio, and this was forcing Huawei to negotiate SEP and non-SEP licensing in parallel.
    Samsung Galaxy S can be updated to the latest Android Icecream sandwich
    or Android 4. 0. This is not the official update but an unofficial one.

    You may well be a parent looking for a dependable Android handset for your teen. However, slowly the revolution of telecom industry encouraged the
    growth of handset productions. Conventional LMR industry players are leveraging partnerships with established LTE infrastructure OEMs such as Ericsson, Nokia,
    Huawei and Samsung, to provide end-to-end private LTE network solutions.

    Almost all major LMR industry players are leveraging partnerships
    with established LTE infrastructure OEMs such as Ericsson, Nokia,
    Huawei and Samsung, to offer end-to-end LTE solutions.
    For years, the critical communications industry has been dependent
    on narrowband LMR (Land Mobile Radio) networks for mission-critical voice and basic
    data services.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *