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Sorry for the disappointing news but recruiters work for companies, not candidates. Think about it. Who is paying them? They don’t have time to do the market research and networking for each individual candidate to “get a job.” It doesn’t matter that you are a lovely person with a marketable skill-set; if you don’t fit the exact requirements for their current openings, recruiters may not be very responsive.

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Ever wonder why that recruiter you are working with is not actually getting you a job?

Sorry for the disappointing news but recruiters work for companies, not candidates. Think about it. Who is paying them? What’s more, they don’t usually have time to do the market research and networking for each individual candidate to help them “get a job.” It doesn’t matter that you are a lovely person with a marketable skill-set; if you don’t fit the exact requirements for their current openings, recruiters may not be very responsive.

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Acre, the leading UK-based sustainability recruitment company, is actively seeking experienced recruitment consultants to join their team. If you’re a recruitment consultant with an exceptional track record, they want to hear from you! At Acre, they will help you develop your recruitment career across all areas of sustainability both in the UK and internationally. This job is based in London, UK.

Read more and apply here.

Feel free to contact me if you need help putting together an outstanding CV or resume for this exciting position.

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Our own Shannon Houde, founder of Walk of Life Consulting and preferred coaching partner of Acre and Weinreb Group recruitment, offers expert advice in this Guardian piece on How to get a career in sustainability: hard work, talent and perseverance.

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Our own Shannon Houde is featured in Recruiter magazine in her capacity as career coach for sustainability recruitment specialists Acre Resources, commenting on the growth in green jobs.

She said: “As the recession causes more redundancies, many are taking the opportunity to change careers to do what they are passionate about. The most important thing for career switchers looking to break into sustainability or CSR is to take the time to translate your skills and customise your CV.”

Click here to read the full article on the website.

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