What is Agency Recruiter?

Definition and examples of Agency Recruiter
By Abhishek Kathpal Updated 14 April, 2022

Agency recruiters work for staffing companies and recruitment agencies, and help their clients find the right candidates for their open jobs. For recruiters who like to work in a fast paced, competitive environment and with multiple stakeholders, it's an exciting career option.

What is Agency Recruiter

Agency Recruiter meaning and definition

Agency recruiters are experts in the finding, screening and attracting of applicants for open positions and own the entire talent acquisition process from end-to-end. This can include advertising the job opening, reviewing resumes, interviewing candidates and working with hiring managers to find the right fit.

They work both with hiring managers and candidates and try to match the requirements to find the ideal candidate. The skilled agency recruiter would be able to really understand a job description and find the candidates having the strengths needed. They also help hiring managers prepare for interviews with job candidates.

About the Author

Abhishek Kathpal

Abhi is the co-founder at Longlist.io. Funded by US based OnDeck, Longlist is currently enabling 50+ businesses to increase their candidate and client reach outs, automating the workflow across stages.

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