All posts tagged: kristina paudler

businessman with question marks over head thinking about executive recruitment questions
For potential candidates unfamiliar with the executive recruitment process, it’s common to have questions before feeling comfortable submitting a resume or participating in the hiring process of a career opportunity. At Bristol Associates, our executive recruiters do their best to give helpful and candid guidance that is beneficial to both the candidates and clients of our business.

We asked three of our recruiters to give their insight on commonly asked questions they received while working with candidates during the executive recruitment process.

Q: Can I call you to discuss the position I saw advertised on your website?

David Alford, Director

A: As recruiters, we are on the phone much of the day. To save us time and not waste your time, we like to get your resume prior to scheduling a conversation to ensure that the position you saw advertised is a good fit for both you and our client. Click here to submit your resume through our website.
 

 

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Based on their client’s needs and preferences, executive recruiters use LinkedIn as a key source to find their client’s ideal candidate. As a LinkedIn user who is actively job seeking, it’s important to understand the features that LinkedIn provides while delivering your profile to an extensive audience.

The challenge of a successful LinkedIn profile is a mix of showcasing one’s skillsets and conveying one’s unique personality in a way that leaves a lasting impression.  Bristol Associates asked Kristina Paudler, Director of Recruitment in Healthcare, for key points she looks for when browsing LinkedIn profiles.

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STARS Behavioral Health Group

Bristol’s Kristina Paudler recently made her second placement this year for Stars Behavioral Health Group. Established in 1988, Stars Behavioral Health Group (“SBHG”) is a for-profit Behavioral Health organization with over 22 Program sites in California. SBHG created a new position, Chief Business Development Officer. The position called for someone who demonstrated both an understanding of government and community organizations dealing with a range of social services as well as the possession of business acumen related to program start-up, marketing, and business development.

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Myth vs. Facts Executive Recruiters

Not all search firms are created equally. From how executive recruiters operate to what industries they serve or job titles they target, jobseekers need to understand the differences. Armed with that knowledge, candidates and recruiters can work together to achieve the most successful outcome.

Bristol Associates asked three of their recruiters for input on what they felt were the most common misconceptions about those working in their field.

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Established in 1988, the Stars Behavioral Health Group is a for-profit Behavioral and Mental Health organization with over 22 Program sites in California. They are mindful of succession in their company as several senior executives will be exiting within the next few years. Last year, their CFO retired and the existing Controller was promoted to that role. Stars needed to find a new Controller who would be based in the Bay Area.

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