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Elizabeth R. Laber 650.279.5218 · email@example.com Profile Recruiter and Talent Acquisition Leader with Experience in Staffing Coordination and a business mentality offering a unique combination of experience with recruiting, communication, and leadership experience. Organized, customer service oriented recruitment leader with an extroverted, positive, can-do attitude enjoys sourcing, flagging, and recruiting top talent that will inevitably increase company profit margins and contribute to a positive work environment. Experience and demonstrated results through creativity and solution oriented thinking in successful recruiting, negotiation, leadership, business, creating new training programs, developing cost-efficient alternatives, communication, building strong client relations, and conflict resolution. Notable Achievements Held over 15 leadership positions, receiving awards for each one Growing global network of 50,000+ professionals Successfully recruited 2,000+ people for various positions Experience LinkedIn Group: Recruiter | Talent Acquisition Leader | San Francisco Bay Area, Founder and Moderator 2013 – Present Attending Networking Events Tracking Industry Trends; Participating in Industry Discussions CSLOT, Speech Language Pathology Assistant 1/2011-1/2013 Results-driven attitude led to a weekly 110% productivity score and 90% clients made significant gains Provided exciting and engaging trainings to over 15 aides and volunteers Coordinated schedule and meticulously tracked client data Kainos Home and Training, Living Skills Instructor 7/2010-9/2012 Familiarity with laws and policies associated with the developmentally disabled population Confidentiality, conflict resolution, and mediation for 15+ developmentally disabled adults City Year (AmeriCorps), Team Leader 7/2009-6/2010 Led a team of eleven talented and diverse 17-24 year-olds, recruited from a pool of 75 hired employees. Created detailed logistics plans to identify and create long and short-term relationships with 3,000 community members Collaborated with the Recruitment Chair to develop a networking plan and strategy to recruit 500+ community volunteers University of Redlands, Director, Major Events 1/2008-5/2009 Recruited, sourced, managed, and coordinated 200+ volunteers Created networking plan with booking agents, A&R representatives, and record label executives Negotiated and closed 160+ top-talent and up-and-coming bands Coordinated and managed an initial budget of $60,000; averaged 40% profit Publications and Commendations Recognized as a “Cool Kid” in the San Jose Mercury News (2004); Abstract, Blood Journal (2004); Class President (2004-2005); Yearbook Editor (2003-2005); Recipient of the Yearbook Award (2005); Nominated, Student of the Year (2007,2008, 2009); Recipient of the Community Assistant of the Year Award (2008); Team Leader Award (2010); Nominated, New York City Community Service Award (2010) Education University of Redlands, B.A. Communicative Disorders and Sciences; Spanish; Strong Psychology background 650.279.5218 · firstname.lastname@example.org www.linkedin.com/in/elizabethlaber
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