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Pouya Rahmani

Corporate Talent Acquisitions & Client Relations

Client Relations/Sales tasks:

  • Building and maintaining relationships with clients and key personnel within customer companies.
  • Conducting business reviews to ensure clients are satisfied with their products and services.
  • Alerting the sales team to opportunities for further sales within key clients.
  • Letting customers know about other products the company offers.
  • Attending meetings with clients to build relationships with existing accounts.
  • Liaising with internal departments to ensure client needs are fulfilled effectively.
  • Working closely with Account Managers and Sales Consultants.
  • Escalating and resolving areas of concern as raised by clients.
  • Track leads that come in via all digital marketing efforts and contact potential suitor as interest arises
  • Set appointments with potential clients to explain services in full details and advise what solutions would be best for the business owner

Senior Talent Acquisition Manager:

 

  • Attend meetings with the human resource management team to learn about, plan out and discuss the positions to be filled and what qualifications are needed for each opening
  • Create job postings that are articulate, professional and attention-grabbing to attract the right candidates, posting these ads on various online and offline resources
  • Meet with applicants to discuss the position and to screen them for suitability, including conducting background tests and drug screenings
  • Seek out candidates through networking, social media and other tactics to hunt out the top people to fill open positions
  • Serve as the liaison between the company and the candidates by handling phone calls, questions and other details before and after interviews
  • Maintain paperwork on applicants throughout the process and set up new human resource records for new hires
  • Conduct new hire training and benefits orientation programs

 

 

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