The value of the Greek Ladders Career Network is determined by the number of individual job-seekers (aka candidates) completing online registrations. Much like the whole “chicken and egg” scenario, with the registration of every candidate, the likelihood increases of additional employers joining the network to find ideal talent.
The best way for candidates to connect with the employers of their choices is to register a large number of career-focused, qualified leaders into the career network. The process to complete an individual career profile in the Career Network is as simple as:
Joining the Career Network is great...welcome!
Leveraging your profile in the Career Network will get you noticed by employers.
These recruiters are busy canvassing the network for potential hires. At the same time, we (Greek Ladders directors) are actively recommending a number of candidates to these and other employers. Follow these steps to get noticed and recommended.
- Build your personal online career profile. Click here for tips.
- Upload a resume. We recommend in Word or pdf format. If you encounter issues, please email it to Greek Ladders.
- Contact Pete Parker (click here), a Greek Ladders co-founder/director and let him know that you’ve completed the profile. This will trigger Pete proof your resume and identify you as being “ready” for viewing by potential employers.
Tip to becoming a highly recommended job-seeker
Every action taken within the career network is tracked and generates points, called Career Capital. You'll see this number, followed by "cc" next to your name. When employers view directories of job-seekers, they immediately look for the candidates’ career capital points. Points are generated a number of ways, including: updating profiles, sharing/liking social media posts, and attending career events. Click here to see all the ways you can boost Career Capital points.
Connecting candidates to employers is what we do best.
Typically, it's done before jobs are posted to our Job Board (IF they're posted). In most cases, the recommendations and connections are made verbally or in-person. Relying solely on the electronic form of the Career Network, social media, or email can prove to be a mistake. Your greatest chance of connecting to a promising job is by engaging with Greek Ladders...build your profile, get your resume reviewed, and communicate with Greek Ladders directors.