“A Recruiter’s Perspective on Hiring Scientists and Engineers”

Wednesday, September 27th, 2017 | 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. ET | FREE

In this Webcast, Peter Carley describes the hiring process for STEM-related positions from the Human Resources perspective, from the development of the job description and posting to making the job offer. Along the way, he will lead you through the process of how to tailor your resume for the position, how to prepare for the different types of interviews, tips for the day of your face-to-face interview and, what research you need to do before receiving an offer. Finally he will also discuss how to approach the issue of salary during the recruiting process, and offer tips on effectively handling the negotiation of your compensation package. Hint: You have more leverage than you may realize!

There will also be a live Q&A session, with an opportunity for participants to ask both general questions and to receive targeted guidance specific to individual situations

Topics Covered Include:

  • Understanding the hiring process from an HR perspective
  • Tailoring your resume to get an interview
  • Tips for interviewing to get an offer
  • Negotiating your compensation package

Presenter Information

Anthony Fasano

Peter Carley

Peter Carley has over twenty years of experience in human resources management and organizational development. He has consulted with and worked for start-ups, large scale international organizations, nonprofits, and individuals interested in maximizing their career and compensation growth. Peter has a particular passion for helping organizations and leaders manage their people more effectively: fully leveraging their performers with the most potential; providing tools to turn around problem employees; and successfully separating employees who are not a good fit for the organization. Peter also provides Organizational Development consulting and guidance, specifically around retreat planning and facilitation, organization-wide goal setting, and efficient meeting management.

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