Sr. Engineering Recruiter
Meet Dustin, a professional with an impressive 16-year tenure in the realm of talent acquisition. Among our team of experts, Dustin stands out as a true master in the world of recruiting. Beyond his pioneering contributions to the industry, Dustin’s unique skill lies in his ability to foster enduring connections with candidates and companies alike, setting the bar high for leadership and excellence.
“With 16 years of experience, I eagerly embrace opportunities to engage with the brightest minds in technology. By leveraging my exceptional interpersonal skills, I cultivate lasting connections that withstand the test of time. Using my extensive experience, I possess a profound understanding of people’s genuine interests and preferences, bridging the gap between both perspectives.“
What are some tips you can give to people looking for jobs?
Embrace it fully, leverage your network, and fearlessly position yourself in front of the companies you aspire to work for, rather than relying solely on online job postings.
What is a topic you think is important to highlight for candidates?
In today’s competitive job market, the search for employment is not only common but crucial for supporting families. While a better path exists, discovering it can be challenging. Allow us to assist you in unlocking these hidden secrets and guiding you towards success.
What are some tips you can give to companies looking to hire?
Develop your brand, cultivate an unparalleled candidate experience, and broaden your network.
What are Companies get you really excited?
Trailblazing companies that fearlessly challenge the status quo, across all industries.
What are your strongest skills when it comes to being a Recruiter?
Transparency and consistency are key when it comes to good recruiting. Building genuine relationships with people, driven by a servant heart, is the art of great recruiting. I’m passionate about connecting people with opportunities that align with their passions.
What is your biggest hope for the recruiting industry over the next 10 years?
In a world devoid of standardization, let us forge an industry built on trust, transparency, and equality. Together, we can create a harmonious ecosystem that upholds these fundamental values and reward you for doing so.
What’s the hardest thing about recruiting?
Overcoming the negative associations linked to an industry that operates on a fee-based structure.
What is the biggest myth about recruiting you want to bust the bubble on?
Recruiters often have a negative reputation, but the art of recruiting is a valuable skill possessed by few. Let’s not disregard the entire concept just because of a few shortcomings.