Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) June 14, 2013
Top Echelon Network, an elite recruiting network of highly specialized search firms, passed out 10 regional awards to member recruiters for their performance during the 2012 calendar year.
One of those regions was the Pacific Region, and executive recruiter Gail Williams of Williams Recruiting, Inc. in Seattle, Washington won the 2012 Pacific Region Award.
ABOUT THIS AWARD:
Top Echelon Network’s regional awards are based on a points system. Network recruiters can earn points in a variety of ways, including making split placements with another Network recruiter, conducting phone interviews, scheduling face-to-face interviews, and meeting other Network recruiters in person. Williams accumulated the most points in the Pacific Region.
THE TOP FIVE IN THE PACIFIC REGION:
In addition to Williams, Top Echelon’s top five Network recruiters in the Pacific Region for 2012 included the following:
ABOUT WILLIAMS RECRUITING:
Williams Recruiting’s area of specialization is biopharmaceutical/pharmaceutical for technical positions in R&D, process development, business development, program management, clinical, regulatory, engineering, and manufacturing. Williams Recruiting has been a Preferred Member firm in Top Echelon Network since November 10, 2004.
“There’s no doubt that 2012 was Gail’s most successful year as a Top Echelon Network recruiter,” said Network President Mark Demaree. “She made split placements with other Network recruiters that involved some very sizeable fees, some of the largest in Top Echelon during the entire year. I’m pleased to congratulate Gail on winning the 2012 Pacific Region Award, and I certainly hope that she enjoys another great year in 2013.”
ABOUT TOP ECHELON NETWORK:
Nearly 400 recruiting agencies from all major industries are part of Top Echelon Network, founded in 1988 and based in Canton, Ohio. Members of the Network can search open job orders and qualified candidates, set up automated alerts, and share information with each other for the purpose of making split placements. Find out more about how a split placement network operates.