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Do you even realize how difficult it is to find a Surveyor open to a chat as a recruiter ? It seems everyone is happy where they work or they are self-employed (and I can't blame you for either !)

This conundrum is what lead me to your forum.

I'm a recruiter in the beautiful Pacific Northwest in search of Land Surveyors. I have two clients in Oregon (Portland and Bend) and one in Vancouver, WA looking to add to their teams. These are great companies with generous benefits (some pay 100% of the health and wellness premiums), 401k match, relocation, profit sharing and reimbursed education.

If you're open to a conversation, I'd love to talk to you.

Kimberley Johnsen Oswald TSC, CSP | Senior Recruiter
ACS Professional Staffing
1005 W 8th Street - Vancouver, WA 98660
Main: 360.574.3339 x-112 | Direct: 360.356.1943 | Fax: 360.574.0342
[email protected]
www.acsprostaffing.com

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