There’s nothing you love more than the hunt. The pursuit of the best. While getting them to sign on the dotted offer line is amazing, that simply serves as validation for all the hard work done before pen was put to paper. It’s like the old adage, “It’s not about the destination, it’s about the journey.” You are looking for a partner for your journey. A partner that pays for the gas, hotels, and maybe even a snack or two along the way.
Technical recruiting? Been there and slayed that. You love what you do and you’re always looking at how to improve or looking for a company that would significantly benefit from your skill set and experience. You want a company that has a great culture, loves its people, needs you, and provides the work-life balance that you’ve been missing.
Get out on the road! Meet, greet, and process candidates while continuing to promote the Freya Systems brand. Think of yourself as the tech industry version of a college football recruiter. Make calls, touch base, offer help when applicable and cheer on candidates’ success even if they don’t end up on the Freya Systems payroll initially (key word “initially”).
We’re looking for a hunter, gatherer, and cultivator. We will send you out to hunt down the best potential candidates in their fields, gather them into the fold and continue to cultivate relationships with industry leaders while building a portfolio of amazing talent. Freya’s growth will depend upon your ability to place people with the right business culture fit, skill set, and experience into the right roles within our organization.
This is an in-house, employed (W2) position located in the Greater Philadelphia area.
Freya is a service-oriented company that prides itself on promoting continued learning and growth among their employees. Our desire is to help all industries (primarily Air, Defense and Rail) make wise decisions based on predictive analytics and to develop applications to support our clients based on that data. We are changing the way companies handle their maintenance programs, helping them to avoid unnecessary high-risk situations.