Lidia Gennaro

Recruitment Consultant lidia.gennaro@caspianone.com +1 (647) 694 0190
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Being a member of Caspian One's Canadian recruitment team has taught me that it is possible to have fun at work when you're doing what you enjoy. I think that's why I have strong relationships with my candidates; I have a genuine interest to find out what makes them happy. Not only from a technical perspective but also understanding the responsibilities and interests outside of the working day to make sure they are making the right career choices. My meticulous approach enables me to understand clients and candidates needs with a human touch.

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Toronto , Ontario , Canada
Up to $100,000.00 DOE
My client, a leading Pension Plan within Canada are looking for a Business Analyst to be part of a high-performing and h...
Montreal , Quebec , Canada
Up to $100,000.00 DOE
This position is proposed to software developers who like to experiment with networking and system technologies, on a va...

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