Knoxville: Secrets of an Executive Recruiter

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Date: 8/8/2017


Why is today the best time in 20+ years to find the job of your choice? How important is your resume in this digital day and age? What are the top three reasons people really get hired? Join the UT Alumni Association as Jim Zasowski (UT Knoxville, '82), founder and president of executive search firm Z1 Solutions, Inc., answers these career questions—and many more!

Event Details

Tuesday, August 8
5:30 p.m. Doors open for networking
6:15 p.m. Program

Calhoun's On The River
400 Neyland Drive, Knoxville, TN 37902

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Network with fellow alumni before the presentation while enjoying heavy hors d’oeuvres from an East Tennessee favorite, Calhoun’s. After the program, Jim Zasowski and other career professionals will offer one-on-one resume reviews to help take your career another step forward. Register by August 3.

About the Speaker

Jim Zasowski is the president and founder of Z1 Solutions, Inc., which has been recognized by the National Association of Personnel Services (NAPS) as one of Top 4 Executive Recruiting Firms in the United States. Since 2000, Jim and his firm have placed over 3,500 candidates into great jobs throughout North America. Jim is also the president and founder of Z1CareerZone, a new organization that works specifically with undergraduates and graduates on how to get the job they deserve while building an incredible career. Jim offers speaking engagements for companies and universities on a variety of subjects including but not limited to: career planning/strategy, effective leadership, individual differentiation, and access, influence and networking.


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