Contract Placement

What's the difference between Retained Search, Contract Placement, and Contingency Placement? The amount of time we have to devote to your job and how long your job remains vacant.

YOUR profits drop by 20% of salary for the position each week a job is vacant. (Less than that, the position needs to be re-designed to accomplish that.)

Retained search -minimum of 25% of recruiter's time devoted to your assignment each week.

Contract placement - minimum of 10% of recruiter's time per week. Goal to fill position within 5 weeks.

Contingency placement - (We don't work.) Average is 1 hour per week per assignment (2 % of recruiter's time.) That usually means just searching existing files. These jobs are usually vacant 13-17 weeks. SecurEmploy believes your profits can't afford to have jobs vacant 13-17 weeks.

Rule of Thumb: Search and placement firms need to make 4 placements per recruiter per month to justify the cost of the recruiter.

So which should you use for your current vacancy?

Retained search is for very difficult or one of a kind positions.

Contract placement can be used for most hotel Executive Committee positions and many corporate positions. Jobs you need to fill quickly, and don't have time to waste on job board responses, etc.

SecurEmploy Contract Placement requires a small fee in advance.

Still not sure which you need to use on this vacancy? Call Tom at 800-935-5280. He is great answering questions. And helping clients identify their most cost effective recruiting options.

A few current assignments...

To learn more, click on the job that interests you.

2019048 F&B Director Upscale Independent Hotels (2) MN, KS, UT $100,000-$130,000+ Bonus to 30% 01/04/2019
2019029 Controllers WI, IL, LA $80-115,000 01/03/2019
2015267 Dir Catering (2) IN, UT $60-75,000+ Bonus 07/06/2015
2014189 Exec Chef over 2 clubs $10 MM NC $95-110,000 07/19/2014
2019024 Dir Revenue Mgmt (4) NC, TN, TX, CA $100-130K + Incentives 01/02/2019
2015185-Resort DOS Texas $85-95,000 03/17/2015
2014242 AGM-Must have some F&B experience WI $55,000-65,000 + bonus 08/26/2014
more...  (NE=Northeast, S=South, MW=Midwest, SW=Southwest, Mtn=Mountain, WC=AZ, CA, HI, PNW=Pacific Northwest)
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