Who I am and how can I help you:
My friends often ask why I chose to become a recruiter despite having a license to practice law. I could have chosen a career as a lawyer or even a judge... It's not an easy question to answer but after five years being a recruitment specialist, I can definitely say that there are multiple parallels between recruitment and jurisprudence. Every new job description is a new case, each with its own complexities and specific requirements which I need to understand. Every CV presents a new set of facts that I have to scrutinise and analyse. In many ways, I use the same skills for building a legal case when searching for the perfect candidate.
As with any legal client, I have to build a level of trust with candidates. Often I'm on the phone with a person I have never spoken to or met before. But somehow I need to build a rapport in a matter of minutes so that I can understand their professional experience, ambitions and personal motivations. In the end, it is the person behind the CV that matters so it's crucial that I inspire candidates with the confidence to tell me their personal story.
Recruiting is a demanding and interesting job. Over the last few years I have focused on finding and networking with talented IT professionals only. Today, I have 360 role where I am responsible for maintaining relationships with both employers and jobseekers.
Regardless of whether you're a client or candidate, I will take your concerns seriously and analyse precisely how I can help you achieve your goals.
Languages I speak: German and English