Dallas, Texas (PRWEB) November 11, 2014
For two years, MDB Capital Group has worked to create medical device startup Electroblate, which will develop a new technology to treat tumors, heal skin wounds and more. With the technology and financial backing in place, there’s just one thing missing: Leadership to steer the new company to success. Enter Recluta, a recruitment firm taking a novel approach to matching employers with qualified personnel.
Through the online Recluta platform, Electroblate can connect with people all over the United States who may know a qualified candidate. The company is poised to pay out handsomely to anyone who helps them fill their top-level management positions, offering $20,000 to whoever refers a CEO, and $10,000 per referral for each board member (they need three).
“Recluta and partner MDB Capital Group are the only companies that have successfully crafted searches for senior level hires utilizing a crowdsourced approach to cast the widest possible net,” said Recluta CEO Roberto Jimenez.
With tens of thousands of dollars at stake, Recluta users have ample incentive to submit their most talented contacts. And with such a high prize, the candidate volume should be substantial, helping Electroblate quickly find the right leaders to take on the task.
Whoever wins these jobs will preside over a company that aims to innovate both the medical and cosmetic industries. Using electric field technology, Electroblate is developing a less-damaging ablation method that may treat cancer and address skin concerns while causing less damage than traditional devices.
"We have professional medical device recruiters participating, key players in the medical device industry and regular people who just happen to know someone with the required qualifications,” said Jimenez.
The crowdsourced recruitment concept may be in its early stages, but this method could catch on with the ever-globalizing economy. With more and more jobs requiring exceptional expertise and highly specific skill sets, incentivized referrals may prove the most effective strategy for today’s companies. And with such a grand reward, the Electroblate case could stand as a measuring stick for similar projects yet to come.
More information, including details on submitting a referral, is available at http://www.recluta.com/en/content/electroblate
Recluta was founded in 2014 to help companies find better quality candidates. They work with a variety of industries, including finance, software development, medical devices, logistics and more. Recluta currently operates in the United States and has centers of excellence in Costa Rica and Nicaragua.