In a world reliant on technology and data, Paradigm Partners is committed to preserving personal engagement in the search process. While we leverage what technology has to offer, our experiential approach insures the best possible outcomes.
“…..faced with an incredible business challenge to hire 8 staff members and completely re-launch a large web site within four months. …… took the time to understand the needs of our business and the culture that I wanted to create with staff. …..able to find me staff that exceeded my expectations.….. one of the best recruiters that I’ve worked with during my career.”
Jay Bryant, Director of On-Line Products TVGuide.com
Every Search is Different
We operate as an extension of our clients to identify their distinctive assets, which allows us to successfully differentiate their organizations in a competitive market and attract great talent.
“Barbara is fantastic! Her expertise as a recruiter makes her invaluable if you want a LinkedIn profile or resume hiring managers will want to read. I highly recommend her not only for her ability to fine tune your brand and tell your story, but also because of her sincerity in wanting to help others.”
Omar Mayyasi, Finance & Accounting Executive -Teachers College-Columbia UniversityMore Testimonials
Career Development is Not a Formula, It’s a Conversation.
Guided by principles of authenticity and integrity, our process is geared towards capturing your unique qualities and creating a narrative to distinguish you from everyone else. Regardless of where you are in your career, we arm you with tools to accelerate your search and land you in a position that will make you genuinely happy.
JobBytes:: is our collection of wisdom, advice, tips, observations and thoughts, gleaned from years immersed in recruiting and providing career guidance. We hope they might provide you with value, support, and insight.
“Years of experience have confirmed my opinion that the key to successful interviewing lies in changing the context of an interview from the past to the future.”
“I suggest “reframing the interview...”
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