Mission: To help jobseekers connect and find jobs through our nationwide network of recruiters.
Are you an Engineer? Check out almost 500 job openings we currently represent at http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIJtB
Take some time this weekend to apply for a job. We've helped over 100 folks get hired so far this year. We want YOU to be next! Apply online today! http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIq3I
The Cameron Craig Group is an executive search firm representing job openings in virtually every industry and job function across the country.
We combine the efforts of over 1200 recruiters throughout the US. Together, we represent thousands of job openings and enter dozens of new jobs per day.
When you apply online, your information will forward to the recruiters handling those jobs. If you are a close match, they will contact you to discuss the positions and employers in detail and then work hard to get you interviews ASAP.
We look forward to reviewing your applications. All the best in your search!
I have been working at Cameron Craig Group as a contractor (More than 5 years)
CCG allows candidates to: browse listings at their own pace; customize their resume as often as they like, apply for multiple positions at once; and have direct communication with recruiters throughout a trusted recruiting network. We are a small recruiting firm with mobile offices, so we remain accessible 7 days a week, which means our candidates will never miss an opportunity.
I have none at the moment.
I applied online. I interviewed at Cameron Craig Group (Washington, DC) in June 2017.
I applied online. Had my phone screen with Marc Tappis from Cameron Craig Group. He said I was a perfect fit, as I had a lot of Workday experience, and also had a Workday certification. Then an hour before I was supposed to be interviewed by Clark Construction, Marc rudely emails me and says "After further review, you are not a good fit. Sorry" I found it strange that before he looked me up on LinkedIn and saw I was African American, I was a "perfect fit," then after he found out my race, I was "not a good fit." Considering I was supposed to have my interview in the next 60 minutes, I emailed and called Marc to ask what he meant by I was no longer a good "fit." He never emailed or called me back. I can completely understand if I looked unprofessional on LinkedIn, maybe wearing a t-shirt and a pair of jeans, but I had professional pictures taken, and I was in a black suit with a tie. I have never felt more discriminated against in my entire life. Simply put, this was racism.