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- WWE has posted a new job listing on cable360.net looking for a Recruiter to help build the staff for the planned WWE cable network. Here’s the listing for what they’re seeking:

Great opportunity to become an integral part of building a brand new TV network!

WWE is gearing up to launch our own network and we are seeking a smart, self-motivated, hard working Recruiter to acquire the best talent available to help WWE thrive and grow. As a member of WWE’s Human Resources team, this newly created position will also help to:

Build upon WWE’s reputation as a top employer of choice

Serve as a strategic consultant throughout the search process

Provide a positive experience to internal clients and candidates

Serve as a WWE brand ambassador and stay up to date on WWE products and businesses

Minimize “time to fill” and “cost per hire” but not at the expense of obtaining the best possible talent

Strive to identify and place diversity candidates

Comply with all relevant legislation

Stay up to date on and implement best practices and innovations in the search business

Maintain accurate, up-to-date records and reports on recruiting activities and expenses

  • adam tarasievich

    THey still wont do all that. THe reason for the hole pg push is there trying to get into china and china doenst like the bloodshed and vulgar language which is why wwe has stoped all of that. Which it stinks for the viewers who were used to that stuff but they can make a hell of alot of money if they crossover to china. But i think to do that there going to have to maybe get a big asian star to push and yoshi tatsu thats not you.

  • cenaWWE

    now they will definitely have an excuse to go Y7 they should switch to HBO or the hustler channel then they can do what they want

  • Effmenow

    Shut up venom shit.

  • venom

    Here is a position Chavo would be good at. As long as he stays off television.

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