Polikov Recruitment Solutions

Candidate Services

Polikov Recruitment Solutions is entirely dedicated to placing impact players in the Commercial Property/Casualty & Professional Liability Insurance industry. Our highly motivated team of Insurance Recruiters seek the 20% of candidates that make a real impact for their Companies. We introduce these impact players to the industries top carriers, brokers, MGA’s and TPA’s throughout the country.

The PRS Pledge to Candidates

  • We will listen to you by asking questions as we want to understand your past, current situation and what your goals/objectives are for the future.

  • We will honest and upfront about whether we have any current opportunities that would be a good fit.

  • We will keep all conversations and information provided confidential.

  • We will always share with you the name of the company and provide answers to all your questions.

  • We will give advice on your resume and potential opportunities we see in the marketplace, which may be a good fit.

  • We will help you present yourself to companies in a meaningful way and provide feedback on all interviews.

  • We will never charge you any money for our services.

  • We will never just pitch a job; we want to understand what your goals and objectives are before speaking about specific jobs.

  • We will never force square pegs into round holes.

  • We will never send out your resume without your knowledge.

  • We will never go silent – we provide feedback to you and give you constructive feedback regarding your interviews.

  • We will never misrepresent you in the marketplace.

While a career change is exciting it can also be stressful. Below are some useful tips to help candidates throughout the hiring process.

Resume Tips

Your resume plays a pertinent part in your job search. It should include the following information:

  • Contact Information.

    Include phone, mail and email contact information. In addition, make sure your voicemail message is professional. A message that is too casual can create a negative impression.

  • Professional Experience.

    List each position held in reverse chronological order, dating back at least ten years. If you held multiple positions within the same company, list them all to show advancement and growth. The body of each position description should describe your responsibilities and accomplishments.

  • Career Objective.

    You may choose to list or not list your career objective. If your objective doesn't match the recruiter's needs, you may miss out on a golden opportunity. However, a clearly stated career objective can help your recruiter find your ideal career match.

  • Other Components.

    Include education, professional training, affiliations/appointments, licenses, technical skills and languages.

  • Summary Statement.

    Your summary should be brief.

  • Personal Information

    Do not include personal information such as marital status.

Accomplishments Employers Want To See

  • Saved money
  • Increased efficiencies
  • Cut overhead
  • Improved workplace safety
  • Purchasing accomplishments
  • New products/new lines
  • Increased revenues or sales
  • Improved record keeping process
  • Increased productivity
  • Effective budgeting
  • Successful advertising campaign
  • Successfully mentored high achievers