The "Highly-Acclaimed" Red Letter Process

 

The real world moves fast. So do we. We've had several candidates complete our process in only four days. Whether four days or four weeks, we are usually able to accommodate your scheduling needs. Remember our goal is a perfect fit for you and your potential employer. Expect to be mentored, coached, and cared for during every step of the process. Here’s a breakdown of our process.

 

Step #1: Complete QuickApp

Answer a few simple questions and upload your resume. We'll do a thorough screen and successful candidates will be invited to Step #2, a First Impressions call. 

 

Step #2: First Impressions Call

Kara conducts most of our first impressions calls. She'll take time to hear about you as a person. The tone of this call is designed to be relaxed and personal. No need to prepare. Just allow your true personality to show through. Expect to spend 30-minutes with her.

Step #3: Video Conference

This video meeting is focused on understanding your passions, pursuits and priorities. We'll also offer actionable advice on your presentation skills. Brandon and Kara host these video chats which typically last 45-minutes.

Step #4: Pre-Interview Prep

If you’ve made it this far, it means we think there’s real potential for a match with one of our current openings. You’ll spend 45-minutes with Tim, our CEO, for a deeper layer of prep. Tim dives into personalized advice on word choice, success metrics, sales, professional growth, networking and more. Successful candidates will be presented to potential employers with our full vote of confidence.

 
Dan B.
Solutions Consultant Candidate
"Kara set the tone right away by taking an interest in my life outside of the workplace. It was refreshing to experience a different kind of screening call, wherein you feel like a person of interest rather than just another candidate."



Molly R.
Account Executive Candidate
"Coming from a recruiting background where we heavily vetted candidates, I have to say this process superscedes my former employer. Primarily, it's nice to be vetted for my background and what I bring to the table as opposed to be screened for one particular role or company. Overall, I've been very impressed."
Monte G.
Account Executive Candidate
"Its apparent Red Letter understands that resumes are a poor measure of a persons skills and abilities. I love it that they took time to get to know me, understand my strengths and weaknesses and COACHED me when needed! Fantastic..."


 

Executive Recruiters

               Kara

               Kara

           Brandon

           Brandon

               Tim

               Tim