Jeff Lipschultz is a founding partner of A-List Solutions, a Dallas-based recruiting and employment consulting company.
Jeff has worked at companies such as Motorola and BNSF Railway, and smaller companies specializing in manufacturing and software.
While at these companies and as a recruiter at A-List Solutions, Jeff has hired or recruited engineers, IT and finance professionals, sales and marketing professionals, technicians, Six Sigma and Lean experts, and managers of many talents.
Additionally, Jeff has recruited at universities all over the country.
Jeff has written a great deal on interviewing and resume writing techniques and has coached students at Southern Methodist University on creating their resumes.
He also offers training on how to interview candidates effectively and make a solid hiring decision using objective standards.
Job seekers are encouraged to visit the various A-List Solutions sites for assistance in their search for employment:
A-List Solutions web site, blog, support page.
The support page has many reference items for job seekers including Jeff’s free ebook, Successful Interviewing: What A-List Candidates Need to Know
A-List Career Branding group on LinkedIn
A-List Solutions Facebook page.
Job seekers can also connect with Jeff directly through several channels:
Jeff has a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Wisconsin and University of Illinois-Chicago, respectively. He has a Master’s in Business Administration from Southern Methodist University with a focus in Marketing. He is a unique recruiter, a Six Sigma Blackbelt, and a founding member of the Dallas chapter of the Peter Drucker Society.
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