Agencia de contratación (tercer sector)
Última modificación: 25/06/2014 16:37:28
We provide temporary and temporary to hire staff for the nonprofit sector. We do this at a cost that will not disturb an organization's budget so they can spend their resources on more important aspects of their mission.
Having worked with the Nonprofit Sector for over 11 years our staff has an excellent idea as to what kind of candidate would work best at each organization. We try to get a great feel from the client as to what the right person would be in their role. We don't look to just make a placement we look to make the right placement. We rarely have to refill long term positions which cuts down on wasted time for the hiring manager which is great.
If you ever find yourself not identifying the right candidate for an opening please feel free to contact us.
You can reach President, Brian Cutrone, directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or in the office 212-453-9094.
Check out our website for up to date openings we are currently working on, www.bcstaffing.com.
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