1) What are the job requirements?
Half of the Crystal experts out there are NOT programmers.2) How much does the job pay?
Yet, most of the calls I get are from recruiters who need a PROGRAMMER that knows how to use Crystal.
So, before you call me, find out what languages they need to know (if any) in addition to Crystal.
Many employers don't realize is that it is relatively easy to train a programmer to use Crystal.
(Usually easier than it is to hire a programmer who already knows it.)
Don't waste my time with "depending on experience". If you can't give me a reasonable range based on 1 year of experience, call someone else.3) How much effort do you want me to put into this? In other words, what commission, if any, can I expect if I provide you with a prospect that gets hired?
Specify if this is a short term contract (weeks), long term contract (months) or a permanently hired employee.
Also, many of my folks are willing to travel for contract work, so make sure you know what travel expenses are offered, if any.
Be prepared to provide clear answers to these three questions when you contact me as a recruiter.
However, if your customer wants to train a new hire or if your prospect wants to get some quick Crystal training, give me a call.
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