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The Three P’s to Standing out to Recruiters

Personal branding, preparation, and setting yourself apart from other candidates are significant measures that can be taken to get noticed. With that said, we developed the top three tips to make your mark.
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At G4 we understand that not everyone knows all the steps toward mastering the interview process, especially when you may be competing among a multitude of qualified individuals. However, it is fundamental to understand the necessary tools to show recruiters that you are the best fit for the position. Recruiters are a candidate’s advocate to hiring managers, therefore, it is critical that you not only match the skills they are looking for, but also transpire confidence and assertion, while making sure to make the best impression. The idea is not just to show them you are qualified, but that you are the ideal candidate for the company’s job position. Personal branding, preparation, and setting yourself apart from other candidates are significant measures that can be taken to get noticed. With that said, we developed the top three tips to make your mark.

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  1. Position - Position in ways that will differentiate yourself from others.

Show the value that you will bring to an organization and convey what makes you unique. Be sure to accurately describe your accomplishments, results, and show specific examples to demonstrate each requirement and job responsibility. Highlight your qualities and experience by aligning them with the job description. Focus on the advantages you would provide that goes beyond what they are looking for. Describe your key accomplishments, success stories and what benefits you would bring to the team. Tell them about any projects or training that have contributed to your experience in the field.

  1. Personality - Express enthusiasm and authenticity.

Show recruiters who you are, rather than simply telling them. Go into the interview with a positive attitude and put your best foot forward. Define your strengths and express them in a memorable and persuasive way. Demonstrate that you are the perfect person for the job and how this position can be an essential step towards your career goals. Studies show that the most successful candidates are those that show excitement, high interest and high levels of engagement. Describe how this opportunity would help you while depicting enthusiasm and sincerity. Demonstrate your competency in managing a vast range of tasks and how your combination of skills will impact the team or business.

  1. Preparation – Show recruiters that you are prepared.

Be sure to study the specific job description, common interview questions, and the role you are applying for—making sure that it aligns to your abilities. Dress the part and demonstrate that you rehearsed the best way to effectively describe your skills and experience. Ask questions about the company culture and purpose, as well as details about the position you are interviewing for. That way, you will show recruiters that you are sincerely interested in the position. Remember, you would be representing the recruiter, therefore its vital to present yourself in the best light possible.

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Plan, prepare, and execute with confidence and conviction. However, don’t forget that authenticity is the key. Recruiters are not merely looking for a specific skill set, but someone who conveys honesty and openness. Be clear about the job position, ask questions and demonstrate passion for the role. By understanding and implementing these essential tools, it will make you a candidate every recruiter wants to represent.

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