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"Technical recruiting is a demanding sector of recruiting that requires an understanding of what software engineers do and how the tech industry works. In an interview, expect to discuss your knowledge of the technology field for which you are applying as well as answer typical recruiting questions about organizational and time management skills. Because employees in this role need a more advanced skill set than general recruiters, companies often look for candidates with at least 1-3 years of prior recruiting experience."

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What are the three attributes you believe a successful technical recruiter should have?

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Understanding requirements, search strings to match, technical hands-on exp. to match the requirements

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In order to recruit IT personnel, we expect you to be up to date on languages and operating systems. Tell us about your experience.

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What would you do if candidates kept making it to the face-to-face stage after successful phone interviews, only to bomb technically?

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How do you handle disagreements with physicians?

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Nothing too difficult, just insulting to a professional. If you walked into a room and your theme song was playing, what would it be and why? If you could have lunch with two people current or in the past, who would they be and why?

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Describe a time when you had a difficult manager to work for, and how did it affect your performance.

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What work environment to you work best in?

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None- basic interview questions. They are really looking to see that you can drive conversation.

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The interviewer bailed on the interview. When the interviewer was 30 minutes late for the interview, they decided to invent an excuse rather than do the professional thing and simply call me to cancel or outright reject me as a candidate.

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Do you know what ERP, PeopleSoft, SAP, etc are?

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