- 5 November 2012 09:24
Recruitment Industry Leader Joins Recruitment Systems
Col Levander is a widely-known established professional within the recruitment industry sector with a career spanning over 14 years, and joins Recruitment Systems as APAC Sales and Solutions Manager. Col brings significant sector experience across contractor management, talent acquisition, sourcing programmes, and recruitment technology solutions including vendor management, business process outsourcing and recruitment process outsourcing.
“It is with great pleasure that I announce that Col Levander has joined our team”, said Neil Bolton, CEO of Recruitment Systems. “Col is a significant enhancement to our collective skill set. He brings local, regional and global expertise and a pragmatic approach to building and delivering recruitment technology solutions that will significantly benefit our customers”, he said.
“I am genuinely excited to join Neil Bolton and the team at Recruitment Systems, as we share a passion for recruitment best practice and excellence in the industry”, said Col Levander. “I have worked with a wide range of technologies targeting the sector over the years, and TRIS is one of the few that has the genuine potential to fundamentally transform recruitment processes through its efficiency and ease of use”, he said.
Levander believes that TRIS is the system-of-choice for the modern recruitment business, clearly ahead of its time, and purpose-built for today’s ever changing market.
“And now with the launch of TRIS for Mobile - keeping business ahead of the game whilst on the move - it’s an exciting time for the company and for me”, he continued.
About Recruitment Systems Recruitment Systems is a global company that builds software to help recruiters build and sustain relationships with clients and candidates. Recruitment System’s core product is TRISTM – The Recruitment Information System - which streamlines the recruitment process through best-practice workflows and advanced task automation. The company is based in Canberra, Australia with sales offices in New Zealand, Singapore, India and Dubai. Recruitment Systems has a growing portfolio of customers from small recruitment agencies to large multinational recruitment firms across 20 countries.
About Col Levander Over the past 11 years, Col Levander has worked in recruitment primarily across the Mining, Engineering Infrastructure and Construction markets. A forward thinking and pragmatic senior recruitment professional, Col has a proven track record of implementing and managing end-to-end resourcing for large industry projects for mining houses, OEM’s, contractors, engineering and procurement companies. Col has provided Asia Pacific and Global solutions to his clients and is passionate about people and the role work plays in their lives. Col is currently serving his third term as an RCSA Councillor in Queensland and the Northern Territory and notably was RCSA President for that region from 2003 to 2005 period. Col has recognised as a Fellow of RCSA Australia and New Zealand and is committed to best practice and excellence in the industry.
Media Contact Phil Jacobs Chief Marketing Officer Recruitment Systems Pty. Ltd. +61 2 6296 7777
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