"When hiring an executive recruiter, a recruiting firm will look for candidates who have the industry knowledge and recruiting skills to seek out applicants for executive and high-level management positions. In an interview you can expect to be asked about the traits you look for in executive candidates, the processes you use to vet applicants, and your turnaround rate for filling positions. You should also be prepared to answer any technical questions that pertain to the industry you will be recruiting in."
What type of positions do you usually recruit for & what was the largest commission I ever earned on a placement?
I worked with ANY type of entity, company, facility, agency, broker, adminstrator, captive, or self insured corporation. I accepted job orders from any viable business that needed to hire someone with insurance skills or knowledge. I focused on individuals possessing 3+ years of technical work experience in the property & casualty insurance arena. Salary levels at $40,000 annully or above. I didn't work on more "clerically defined" positions unless I did a lot of business with the client. Clerical postions were referred to the dept who focused on support staff. The largest single commission I'd ever generated was $24,750 at 18%. I explained I had 3 exclusive accounts who paid flat fees per hire of $4,500 - $6,000 & each cummlatively had paid over $35,000 in commission, one totaled $60,000 in the past year.