Red Belt Recruiters are leaders in the recruiting community. Having enough on-the-job experience and training to stand on their own, they represent quality recruiting practices engaged in an ethical manner.
Red Belt Recruiters are qualified to lead a team of recruiters. They can assist junior recruiters that need to learn the ropes. Red Belt Recruiters have usually developed expertise in one or more niche segments of the staffing industry and can be counted on to produce stellar results.
Compared to Green Belt Recruiters that have begun to master the "science" of recruiting, Red Belt Recruiters have been trained in the "art" of recruiting as well. Recruiters with a Red Belt status, have demonstrated success with managing day-to-day activities at a more in-depth level. They are prepared to incorporate both science and art to deliver as expected on behalf of employer, client, and candidate.
Red Belt Recruiters bring value not only in their front line skills, but also in their ability to mentor less experienced recruiters in successful recruiting tactics. Because of their ability to juggle multiple priorities, Red Belt Recruiters get more accomplished in the same amount of time as other recruiters. They "take it to the next level" to obtain positive, measurable results. The Return On Investment gained by engaging a Red Belt Recruiter is what sets them apart.
Red Belt Recruiters earn iPASS certification through a combination of on-the-job experience and successful training.
Red Belt Recruiters have:
- 5+ years of verified experience; and
- Agreed to uphold the Black Belt Recruiter Code of Ethics .
The Black Belt Leadership Committee recommends appropriate levels of training as well as the areas of study. Red Belt Recruiters make a personal commitment to stay abreast of new techniques and changes in the industry through the pursuit of approved training courses/programs as recommended (with particular focus on elements approved by the Curriculum Committee).
Red Belt applicants must:
- Agree to adhere to the Black Belt Recruiter Code of Ethics;
- Complete the online Application; and
- Pay the certification fee.
In addition, all applicants acknowledge that iPASS is currently waiving the initial training requirements and agree that no elective training courses will count toward continuing education requirements until after all basic Red Belt training requirements (once set by the Leadership and Curriculum Committees) have been met.