Acara Recruitment Specialist Sean Pebbles is a true student of the recruiting game. Built for success in the industry, he’s got all the intangibles of a savvy recruitment pro: next-level technique, quick response times, and unique ability to create separation from competitors. As Sean enters his third year in the field, the sky’s the limit for him, his job candidates, and his candidate-seeking customers.
What’s more, Sean Pebbles is recruiting an Account Specialist in Rochester, New York.
Interested? Get to know Sean and find out more about the position in this quick interview.
How did you get started with Acara Solutions, and what do you like best about your job?
I found my way to Acara via the eXceed training program. I was part of the pilot group shortly after graduating from the University at Buffalo where we were trained on the best practices and approaches to recruiting top talent. I enjoy the daily challenges and the fulfillment of finding someone a new career that allows them to provide for themselves and family.
Describe your approach to working with job seekers. What’s the best way to connect?
My approach to working with job seekers is to essentially treat them as if I was in their situation. Whether it be an entry level temp position or a high-level permanent role, everyone appreciates the open communication throughout the hiring process. I am easily reachable through multiple outlets, but giving me a call is the most beneficial as it allows us to make a connection right off the bat. Any job seekers out there can call me at 585.287.9252!
Tell us more about the Accounting Specialist position.
The Accounting Specialist role is with a growing construction company located right here in Rochester, New York. The upside and growth opportunity associated with the role is very desirable. The company itself is committed to introducing new wellness programs and creating a tight team environment.
What advice do you have for job seekers?
Some words of advice would be to make sure you do your research on the companies you are getting in the mix for. When recruiters and hiring managers see that you have committed more time out of your day to doing your homework, it shows us that you are willing to go the extra mile even which ideally would be brought with you after getting hired. Also, don’t get discouraged if you keep facing rejection. The right job is out there for you, just stay patient!
What advice do you have for other recruiters and hiring managers?