EOFY Action – Across a range of industries, is this a sign of things to come?

Things have been busy at Profiler Recruitment. Clients are getting busy with mergers and acquisitions, project deadlines are looming, employee records need to be tidied up and reported on, new HRIS systems are being implemented and have a way to go to being functional, events and marketing teams need extra hands on deck for fundraising – all ready for July 1.  So at … Continue reading

Easter Market Update – and a special event to consider if you reside in Melbourne

Contracting as a job option still sees to be the preferred route for new roles – a try before clients commit to an ongoing relationship arrangement. Profiler Recruitment has seen a recent surge amongst clients for short term contracts until the EOFY.  Skills across L&D, High Level Administration, Business Development, Payroll have been prevalent. With Easter coming up clients will be back … Continue reading

Lots of roles at the moment in contracting, and the arts and entertainment sector is making everyone happy

Candidates are keen for change, however are having to grapple with reduced salaries available and many organisations unsure what way they want to go in the interim –  permanent or contract?. Permanent selection continues to take take time as clients get buy in from a number of key decision makers and put candidates through rigorous processes. There is still permanent … Continue reading

Slow start in the job market but picking up now with new roles – great news if you are happy to contract!

Although the economy is slow to recover (and December/January went into quiet mode as staff took leave) the past few weeks at Profiler Recruitment has been busy as it has been for many candidates. Right at the moment we are seeing new roles created in the HR space to support busy HR Directors and Managers. These roles are to help … Continue reading

Clients are planning right up until Christmas and New Years Eve – Keep your resume up to date and your shoes shiny!

Many people say every year – you must be looking forward to a quiet wind down over Christmas and New Year at Profiler Recruitment. I’ll be honest. I would be worried if it was quiet – that means that there wont be any change, growth or opportunities for our clients next year and that’s not great for business. Clients often use these ‘quieter’ times to … Continue reading

Count down to Christmas – Roles are filled like Xmas stockings with an interesting observation

Everyone seems to be caught up with the mad rush to Christmas – unlike the year being relatively slower on the job front compared to other years. Not great news for SA and Vic with Holden pulling out of Australia – not a good Christmas present, raising issues around retraining, foreign investment and the future of products and services that can’t … Continue reading

Great news Profiler Recruitment continues to grow with great people – Welcome Clarence Charya to the team

We are pleased to welcome Clarence to the Profiler Recruitment Team. This is great news for all our clients and candidates, read on for more information on Clarence and how he can help you together with the team across recruitment, RPO’s. talent attraction ….just as a start Clarence Charya | Principal Bachelor of Arts Victoria University of Wellington (NZ) Dip Business … Continue reading

Slow, yet steady clients with plans in the making

Organisations seem to be taking longer to make decisions about candidate fit before offering a role, they are running second interviews, psych testing, a third interview and then thinking maybe wait and see and not offering to any candidate on the short short list. This can be very frustrating for a job seeker but is reflective of these cautious times. … Continue reading

Quirky roles in the pipeline – pull your expertise together and get it ready to wheel out!

Despite school holidays across a number of states Profiler Recruitment has been busy this week across utilities, IT, not for profit sectors….roles have ranged from HR Consultants, Business Partners,  – actually a lot around the mid level HR generalist skill set. Payroll has also been in demand this week.  Marketing role requirements have been from high level marketing administration through to sales, marketing … Continue reading

Election weary – everyone keen to get work happening after September 7

All quiet but everyone is election weary and keen to get moving after 7 September. Clients are planning to get organised. Marketing we have seen a sharp increase in retail operations, graphic design to support new marketing communications strategies and marketing coordination roles. Across HR, companies are gearing up with recruitment specific roles and needs for HR generalists (up to … Continue reading