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I worked at Jobspring Partners full-time for less than a yearPros
If you are a recent college grad or looking to jump start your career Jobspring will definitely give you the chance to prove yourself. You learn valuable skills like communication and how to speak with high level individuals; you are calling managers and CTO's. You also learn confidence and how to adapt to many different situations. My time at Jobspring taught me many valuable skills. I now understand the sales process/cycle and how to run a full desk. I am able to communicate effectively and intelligently at a business and higher level. You also learn a lot about the tech industry which is really hot especially in SF. This essentially is a sales role however if you like communicating with others and building relationships the recruiting aspect of the role will benefit you. You meet many different candidates and really help them through- out their entire job search.
Another positive is the training. Your manager also helps walk you through phone calls and you can get real-time feedback which is great. Heather, who runs the entire office is awesome she is great at managing the office and keeps things interesting and fun. She also is always there for feedback and advice. I would definitely use her as a resource she is very knowledgeable and it's also encouraging to know she started in the same position and moved up within the company. You can do the same if you work hard!
The company events are fun. You will be around young professionals and attend company happy hours which are a great way to network. Jobpspring also puts on tech in motion events every month that we help sponsor. This was great to network and be a part of the tech industry.Cons
This job is not for anyone who is lazy, slacks, or wants things handed to them. You do go into this role and have to build your own pipeline and you really make your own success. That being said, if you go in and work hard and stay focused you can do really well at this job and get promoted. This comes down to any job though, if you don't work hard you won't go anywhere.Advice to ManagementAdvice
I would suggest more management training to make sure everyone is on the same page.RecommendsApproves of CEO