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Paul has been a Technical Recruiter in the Chicago area since 1998, and founded DriveStaff in 2002. He is also the founder of SpeedUpMyJobSearch.com, a resource with thousands of job openings and a video based course to teach job seekers just how much more there is available to them to do to land a job faster. He is also the author of “Turning Interviews into Offers” audio training program; and he is a public speaker & trainer to job clubs and networking groups across the Chicago area.
He has served on the Board of Directors Illinois Search & Staffing Association, holding the elected office of President for 2 terms. Additionally, he served on the DuPage Workforce Board, in the Business Sector Advisory Council. He also has been accepted into an elite national network of more than 350 recruiting firms. Being connected with other staffing firm owners, HR professionals and Hiring Managers across the state and country helps to connect DriveStaff to the talent his clients seek.
Prior to joining the ISSA Board of Directors, they recognized him for his service based approach to recruiting by asking him to sit on a discussion panel of top performers to offer recruiters what the ISSA called, “Tips from the Best.”
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Prior to his recruiting career, Paul toured the Midwest as a motivational speaker to high school students. After surviving a severe head on collision with a drunk driver, he used that experience to teach students at dozens of high schools each year about the impact drinking & driving can have on them, and the people they hit. He made his living during that time as a financial adviser. He is a graduate of Illinois College in Jacksonville where he served as President of Pi Pi Rho Literary Society for two terms and was a member of Omicron Delta Epsilon Honor Society in Economics.
Paul’s successful career has been built (and continues to be built) on his strong ethical values, cherished relationships and a focus on producing results.
- New York Times best-selling author Martin Yate in his 2011 book, Knock’em Dead
- The Chicago Tribune’s “Blue Sky Innovation” 2013 debut edition
- The Daily Herald of Chicago
- The Chicago Tribune’s online Jobs section
- MSN Careers
- AOL Jobs
- Yahoo Shine: Work + Money
- Hewlett Packard’s Input/Output blog
- WomansDay Magazine’s online Jobs Advice