I wasn’t interested in changing jobs, but the opportunity Bloomfield presented to me was too good to pass up.
— Chief of Staff, Advocacy Group
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Tips for working with a recruiter.

  • Open, honest, frequent communication is key
  • Triple check your resume for errors, including verifying accurate dates of employment
  • Never embellish degrees or credentials
  • Ask questions and make sure you're fully informed
  • Audit your online brand (update your LinkedIn, check Facebook, Twitter, etc. for anything you wouldn't want a potential employer to see)
  • Share wish lists of positions and organizations that interest you

Bloomfield & Company is focused on introducing thoroughly vetted and qualified candidates to our clients. You can think of us as head hunters. Our clients come to us with very specific needs, we then go out to the market and try to find the best candidates to fit those needs. We are 100% focused on permanent placement; we do not place candidates in part-time, temporary, or temporary to hire positions.

We do accept unsolicited resumes, however, the volume of unsolicited resumes we receive precludes us from responding to every inquiry. We will contact you if and when an appropriate opportunity arises. If you were referred to Bloomfield & Company, please be sure to let us know so we can thank the individual who referred you. 


I felt so supported during the entire process. My recruiter went out of her way to make herself available and provide me with coaching.
— Executive Assistant, Fortune 200

Frequently Asked Questions // Job Seekers

I sent my resume, but I never heard from anyone at Bloomfield & Company. Can you contact me? We receive a tremendous number of unsolicited resumes, so we can only contact a small number of individuals. We will contact you if your background is right for one of our searches.

Where can I view a list of open positions/who are your clients? Some of our clients require nondisclosure agreements, so we do not post a list of open positions. We work with a wide range of clients, from large, publicly traded companies to nonprofits and associations to philanthropists and family offices. You may occasionally see one of our ads on a major job board.

Do I have to take testing? Sometimes! Some clients ask we administer various exercises. For example, a writing intensive position may require a brief writing exercise, and an administrative position may require Microsoft Office testing.

Can I pay you a fee to help me find a job? No, our clients engage us in very specific searches. You are free to share your resume with us, but there is no guarantee we will be able to assist you. 

Can I pay you to review my resume and provide interview coaching? We do not currently offer resume review or interview coaching.

What is your confidentiality and privacy policy? Your resume, contact information, and other data voluntarily provided to us is kept on file in perpetuity. Your information is never shared with prospective employers without your explicit permission, nor do we share or sell your information with any third parties. If for any reason you wish to cease communication with Bloomfield, simply let us know.

 

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