Korea National Oil Corporation

Korea National Oil Corporation

HR, Korea National Oil Corporation (KNOC)
 

Currently employed at Korea National Oil Corporation (KNOC)

 

Previous: University Of The Pacific

 

    Summary

    Are you a Recruitment Agent? My sister is looking for an agent who will Recruit and can supply them with a Group of 50-120 Man Power to fill up Employment Opportunities openings in New HOTEL at Kitchener Town. Contact her Mrs.Teresa Shetler at for more info on their need : shetler946@gmail.com Korea National Oil Corporation (KNOC) Recruitment Department are responsible for attracting candidates and matching them to temporary or permanent positions with Oil & Gas companies. We work with Oil & Gas companies, building relationships in order to gain a better understanding of our recruitment needs and requirements. (KNOC) Recruitment Department attract candidates by drafting advertising copy for use in a range of media, as well as by networking, headhunting and through referrals. They screen candidates, interview them, do background checks and finally match them to their Company. (KNOC) Recruitment Department also provide advice to both companies and job seekers on salary levels, training requirements and career opportunities. Responsibilities (KNOC) Recruitment Department provide a vital link between Oil & Gas companies and job seekers. The role is demanding and diverse and involves: using sales, business development, marketing techniques and networking to attract Employment their companies; (KNOC) Recruitment Department work on behalf of companies to source candidates for their latest job vacancies. It’s all about understanding the requirements of a job and then finding the right people to fill that requirement. (KNOC) Recruitment Department can work for independent recruitment agencies or in-house for major companies that manage their own recruitment processes. Some even work as self-employed professionals. Working as a recruitment consultant generally involves analysing and understanding job specifications, which are provided by clients, and then using a variety of different means to find the right candidates for the roles. (KNOC) Recruitment Department might find candidates by conducting keyword searches on internal recruitment databases, trawling through CVs online using various job websites, or actively ‘headhunting’ senior professionals through independent research. Many recruitment consultants now also use (KNOC) Recruitment Department to find candidates. Providing candidates with tips and advice on their CV and interview technique is another important part of the role. It’s all about building relationships, not only with candidates, but with clients too. The majority of recruitment consultants will also engage in some form of business development and networking, meeting with potential new clients, establishing relationships and developing new business opportunities. They may also advise their clients on market trends, skills development and recruitment tools and techniques. As a recruitment agent, it is possible to gain general, overall expertise, irrespective of the markets you recruit for. However, the present and continuing trend is for recruitment consultants to specialise in one or two industry sectors, such as finance and I.T. Others may specialise purely in graduate recruitment or in executive contract vacancies. Are you an expatriate on Oil & Gas sector contact us if you seeking for job opportunity. Email @ dongyuni.ke@gmail.com

Experiences

(KNOC) Recruitment Department

At Korea National Oil Corporation (KNOC)

From August 2008 to Present
Establishes recruiting requirements by studying organization plans and objectives; meeting with managers to discuss needs. Builds applicant sources by researching and contacting community services, colleges, employment agencies, recruiters, media, and internet sites; providing organization...
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Hr

At Korea National Oil Corporation (KNOC)

From 2008 to Present
 

Skills

 
  • HR