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Can soebody help me.. What sort of basic knowledge is reuired for an IT Recruiter??
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I am Sanoj, final year (5th semester) MCA student of Kannur
university IT education centre , Kannur, Kerala.I have a Major project in my 6th semester. I wanted to do it as a live project. so how can I register to an IT company as a project trainee through email anwhere in India.With this I am
attaching my cv.

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Greetings,

Your interview would depend on the skill sets, roles and level would you be hiring for. Please work on the following areas:
  • Gain a clear understanding of the role your would be hiring for so that you can explain it to even a 2 year old kid. Remember the amount of information and the way you share it will get the candidate excited to join your firm. Moreover if you cant explain it properly, the candidates wont respect you.
  • Focus on resume screening techniques
  • Learn to identify the key words in the resumes and what information have been shared about it. [ for eg: a skill set have been mentioned and a project details have been written in the resume. There are no inputs about what the candidate had contributed in the project. Observe your seniors on how they talk while questioning about these projects. You need to have a clear view of the candidates involvement and contribution to the project.
  • Form a script with the questions that you need to ask and learn to judge the level of the answers received. There would be few direct answers and few elaborate. Learn to identify the subject and the matter in the elaborate one.
  • Identify the potential and not only information a candidate may have. They may throw jargons and terminologies at you, learn how to identify the experience and level of experience from what they speak.
  • Spend time in educating yourself on the skillsets you are suppose to hire. Understand what you need to weigh in the candidate.
  • Read blogs, join Tech communities and forum of the relevant skillsets you would be hiring for , this will get you the buzz you need to know while talking to the candidate.
  • Read tech journals and books such as Google way , You must fail[Oracle story], The Facebook Effect to understand the industry as a whole.
  • Initially you may not understand the content, but no sooner you will see a pattern in them and start learning.
  • Watch programs such as this to know the media presentation of the Tech industryHow a geek changed the world
  • Constantly blog about your learning, here in this thread, so that others can contribute with comments and add on to it. It will enrich your learning and share about your knowledge and effort . Create a learning plan for each day and blog at the end of the day about what you have learned. This will become an online diary for you making you responsible towards your gain.

Wish you all the best !

Regards,

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From India, Mumbai
firdausshehla86
I do agree with the same
IT recruiter must know the skill set the are supposed to hire,
have the knowledge on the companies for which the person is hiring ,
very good knowledge on screening of resumes.
good communication
ready for smart answers if queries

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