Not all recruitment agencies are created equal.

Ever get frustrated because the recruitment agency you’re working with doesn’t understand your skill set, or the complexity and unique requirements of your job search and career goals?

Our national presence and in-depth industry knowledge allow us to understand your needs and get you into the best projects with the best companies. Whether that’s “bleeding-edge” technology, a role with a long-term deployment or simply a contract, contract-to-hire or full-time role that fits your specific career needs.

We’ve placed hundreds of employees in telecom and network infrastructure jobs. We have decades of experience in recruiting for the industry, across dozens of specialized positions and covering the full project lifecycle and niche technologies.

So, why do smart job seekers trust TekCom Resources with their careers?

It’s about what we offer!

Tired of recruiters placing you, and then disappearing?

TekCom Resources doesn’t work this way. Our follow-up service is incorporated into our process. We build long-term relationships with our candidates. Our support ensures your continued success. We also offer career advice and a wealth of resources on market and industry trends.

Our best candidates come from referrals!

It’s a simple fact that good people refer good people. Every year the number of candidate referrals we receive and place grows. It’s a great testament to our high level of professionalism and service.

Ask us about our candidate and client referral program.

Is it important to work with a company that has fun?

Yes it is. Why? Because we love what we do, we’re going to do a great job. We’re experts at getting to know our candidates and discovering the person behind the resume. We share these qualities with our clients, as they help determine how a candidate will perform in the workplace.

Network, Network, Network! – Let people know you are looking.

  1. Update your LinkedIn profile & resume.
  2. Include not only your job duties, but accomplishments too (Deployed 100 cell site on time and on budget. Reduced costs by X).
  3. Contact a recruiter that specializes in your area of expertise.
  4. Understand there is a difference between a job and a career.
  5. Be honest about your career goals. What really drives you … It’s not just money?
  6. Communicate as you move through the process.
  1. Research the company prior to the interview. Understanding what they do, what their goals are, who their competitors are, and industry trends will allow you to better understand how you may be able to contribute to their success.
  2. Dress appropriately and have three clean copies of your resume, a notebook, and a pen.
  3. Arrive 15 minutes before the interview. You can always wait in the parking lot until five minutes before the interview. Have the correct spelling of the interviewer’s name, title and extension.
  4. Have a conversation with the interviewer. Build rapport by listening and providing relevant information. Remember the interview is as much for you as it is for the employer.
  5. Pay attention to the questions being asked. Make sure you fully understand the meaning of the question being asked before answering. If you don’t, ask for clarification and/or context before answering.
  6. Be prepared to discuss your skills and experience and how they relate to the position. Thinking about the following questions ahead of time will help:
    • ‘My biggest career challenge so far was…..and this is how I overcame it.’
    • ‘The reason that I am considering leaving my current role is…..’
    • ‘The reason I believe I will be a good fit for this position is …..’
    • ‘I was able to help my last company by…..and thus saving……
  7. Prepare questions and take notes. It’s okay to have questions prepared ahead of time. If they are not addressed during the interview, ask them at the end.
  8. Be positive. This is not the time to tell your future employer how terrible your old company is.
  9. If you are interested in the position, let the interviewer know and ask “What is the next step?”
  10. Send a thank-you note. An email is fine and should reiterate your interest in the position as well as the skills you will bring to the table.

Choose a career partner who will take the time to understand your technical skill set, career goals and aspirations.

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