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Did you know that there are more than 100,000 job boards out there? This means that there are jobs being posted online on job boards you are unaware of. Fortunately for you, Google indexes a lot (if ...

Did you know that there are more than 100,000 job boards out there? This means that there are jobs being posted online on job boards you are unaware of. Fortunately for you, Google indexes a lot (if not all) of them. Yet, how does one search all of those job boards? Well, I might have the answer.

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    • Please share with the recruiters and jobseekers in your network. Written by: Jim Stroud Did you know that there are more than 100,000 job boards out there? This means that there are jobs being posted online on job boards you are unaware of. Fortunately for you, Google indexes a lot (if not all) of them. Yet, how does one search all of those job boards? Well, I might have the answer. Much of the data on many job boards is indexed via Google. As such, searching Google will get you access to job information you would ordinarily overlook. Don’t believe me? Google “jobs” and look at the domains. In addition to the usual suspects (like Monster, CareerBuilder, SimplyHired and Indeed) you will no doubt discover websites you have never heard of before. Below is a list of search strings that will help you uncover lots of hidden gems to assist with your search. In some cases the jobs might be outdated but, that is a good thing. Why? Maybe a new opportunity is about to open up and they have yet to post it. Who knows? If not that, maybe you have a new networking opportunity? Give it a try. Happy Hunting! DIRECTIONS: Type in the searches below exactly as written below. Feel free to change the word “recruiter” with another job title of your choosing. Enjoy... TO FIND RECRUITER JOBS IN GENERAL: intitle:recruiter (intitle:job OR intitle:jobs OR intitle:careers) (apply OR submit OR eoe) TO FIND ENTRY-LEVEL RECRUITER JOBS: (“entry level” OR “junior recruiter” OR “jr recruiter”) intitle:recruiter (intitle:job OR intitle:jobs OR intitle:careers) (apply OR submit OR eoe) TO FIND RECRUITER JOBS BY LOCATION: (I am using Atlanta as an example but, you can use any area code, city or state you choose.) intitle:Atlanta intitle:recruiter (intitle:job OR intitle:jobs OR intitle:careers) (apply OR submit OR eoe) intitle:GA intitle:recruiter (intitle:job OR intitle:jobs OR intitle:careers) (apply OR submit OR eoe) (404 OR 678 OR 770 OR 912) intitle:recruiter (intitle:job OR intitle:jobs OR intitle:careers) (apply OR submit OR eoe)
    • TO FIND RECRUITER JOBS ACCORDING TO QUALITY OF LIFE: Do you like to travel? “ability to travel” intitle:recruiter (intitle:job OR intitle:jobs OR intitle:careers) (apply OR submit OR eoe) Want to work from home? (intitle:work.from.home OR intitle:virtual) intitle:recruiter (intitle:job OR intitle:jobs OR intitle:careers) (apply OR submit OR eoe) Want to work in a fast-paced office? (“fast paced environment” OR “high volume”) intitle:recruiter (intitle:job OR intitle:jobs OR intitle:careers) (apply OR submit OR eoe) Perhaps you prefer an office with a slower pace? “relaxed environment” intitle:recruiter (intitle:job OR intitle:jobs OR intitle:careers) (apply OR submit OR eoe) TO FIND RECRUITER JOBS WITH CONTACT INFORMATION: (This example returns jobs where the Recruiter has left their email address and/or phone number.) intitle:recruiter (intitle:job OR intitle:jobs OR intitle:careers) (apply OR submit OR eoe) email.me.at intitle:recruiter (intitle:job OR intitle:jobs OR intitle:careers) (apply OR submit OR eoe) call.me.at intitle:recruiter (intitle:job OR intitle:jobs OR intitle:careers) (apply OR submit OR eoe) contact.me.at TO FIND RECRUITER JOBS REPRESENTED BY SEARCH FIRMS: intitle:jobs (apply OR submit OR eoe) “company confidential” intitle:recruiter TO FIND RECRUITER JOBS AT STARTUPS: (“early stage” OR “venture backed” OR startup OR “sequoia capital” OR “benchmark capital”) intitle:jobs intitle:recruiter apply
    • RECRUITERS! Resume Forensics is a quick and easy guide to finding free resumes and passive candidates on the web. Heavy on visuals and light on text, this book is written and designed for the short attention span of recruiters, sourcers and the companies that employ them. JOBSEEKERS! If the only thing you have done to find work is post your resume to a job board, you are missing out on countless opportunities. Resume Forensics will open your eyes to how recruiters search the internet to find people who are not even looking for work but are being contacted for jobs that you will most likely, never hear about. Why not listen in on these recruiting strategies then, position yourself to be found? Get your copy here: www.createspace.com/4228076 Check out what people have said about “Resume Forensics” on Amazon.    “This was a non stop read for me in just a matter of hours. It's packed full of Boolean tricks that I never knew existed. I was able to put them into action immediately and see instant results. One resume I found even led to a job offer for the candidate and a nice commission check for me.” “I've led HR departments in the past, and struggled to find a quick and easy way to teach my recruiters how to source. Not being an expert in the area myself didn't help, of course, but I could at least get them the fundamental tools. With this book, Jim Stroud has created a simple and cost effective training source that I can drop on their desk and know that they will be up and running in a day. “ “As a job seeker, I found Resume Forensics to be very interesting source of information on how to drill down in a job search and find out information about people and lesser known positions. While this book is geared more towards recruiters, the focus on the search terms and keywords also made appealed to me as a job seeker. How to have my resume found via Google for free rather than by relying on job board searches. Great information and I enjoy Mr. Stroud's presentation style.” Get your copy here: www.createspace.com/4228076
    • TO FIND RECRUITER JOBS AT A FORTUNE COMPANY: intitle:jobs intitle:recruiter (“fortune 50″ OR “Fortune 100″ OR “fortune 500″ OR “Fortune 1000″) (apply OR submit) TO FIND A RECRUITER JOB WITH A FAST-MOVING COMPANY: intitle:jobs (“award winning” OR “nominated for”) (submit OR apply) “recruiter” TO FIND A RECRUITER JOB WITH GREAT BENEFITS: “excellent benefits” intitle:recruiter (intitle:job OR intitle:jobs OR intitle:careers) (apply OR submit OR eoe) TO FIND A RECRUITER JOB IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD: intitle:sales (intitle:job OR intitle:jobs OR intitle:careers) (apply OR submit OR eoe) 90210 ABOUT THE WRITER Over the past decade, Jim Stroud has built an expertise in lead generation strategies, social media recruiting, video production, podcasting, online research, competitive intelligence, community management and training. He has consulted for such companies as Microsoft, Google, MCI, Siemens and a host of startup companies. Presently, Jim Stroud is the Director of Sourcing and Social Strategy for Bernard Hodes Group. (The best job ever!) Prior to Hodes, Jim Stroud has created and sold three online properties, managed an award-winning blog, published a weekly newsletter for jobseekers, a recruiter training magazine and co-hosted a popular technology podcast. Jim Stroud has also produced multiple web series devoted to such topics as: job search, recruiting, technology and language learning. Jim Stroud has been quoted by such publications as Globe and Mail, US News and World Report, Wall Street Journal and The Atlanta Journal and Constitution. Monster.com, Entrepreneur, Black Enterprise and The HR Examiner have all cited Jim Stroud for his digital influence. Jim Stroud also served as the EmCee of SourceCon, the premier global conference on sourcing for three consecutive years. When not online, Jim Stroud suffers from withdrawal symptoms that can only be soothed by chocolate chip cookies and family time. CONNECT WITH JIM STROUD VIA LINKEDIN: www.linkedin.com/in/jimstroud/