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Get Headhunted on LinkedIn
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Are you hoping to move jobs in 2015? Here are my 5 top tips to getting headhunted on Linkedin:

Set up your profile correctly. Is your profile up to date and factually correct (matching your CV); Think about:

  • Key words (all the possible key words a recruiter may use)
  • Education (if you went to university make sure it’s stated etc)
  • Location – set your location as the location you want to work in
  • Industry – what industry you want to appear under?
  • Profile Picture – is it appropriate?

Check your Communications Preferences. i.e. what you’d like to be contacted about and who can contact you.   To access : Click on the small profile picture – top right tool bar, from the drop-down, select ‘Communications’.

Build up good contacts in your industry – that way you’re more likely to be found by recruiters & employers. Connect with reputable recruiters in your industry.

Follow companies you are interested in working for and join relevant groups.

Respond Appropriately to approaches. If you get approached about a role that is not right for you – take a minute to check out who has sent it to you (check out the employer’s or recruiter’s profile and their company website). If they look like a business you’d be interested in or a professional recruitment business working in your industry sector, reply politely informing them why the role isn’t right for you and connect with them.

See my previous posts for further tips on using Linkedin: https://www.copelandselect.co.uk/5-tips-to-doing-business-on-linkedin-2/ & https://www.copelandselect.co.uk/5-steps-for-using-linkedin/

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