How To Confidentially Search for a New Job

Now you can search for a new job without worrying that your current employer will find out.

Hi, my name is Jim.
I’ve been a professional recruiter for over 20 years. During that time I’ve been able to help many individuals with their confidential job search. We know that most individuals are currently employed and it is of the utmost importance to make a new search privately.
So, allow me to briefly explain how we can help you confidentially apply for a job opportunity from our job board.
Once you find a job that you are interested in and upload your information through our website, it will be securely sent to our database and to the hiring recruiter that works directly with the company that has the position for which you are applying.
We then do a thorough review of your resume to see if your skills are a good match for that position. If after that review, the hiring recruiter establishes that you would be a good candidate for that position, you will be contacted to discuss it further. During that conversation, you can let the recruiter know that this is a confidential job search and you do not want your information shared with anyone else.
We have been in this business for over 20 years and you can feel confident that we will handle your information with the utmost privacy, because it is in your best interest and ours also.
You may also set up a job alert with our Job Alert feature which will notify you in an e-mail of any positions you may have an interest in. Not only will this save you time searching through job ads but also saves you the risk of exposure.
We currently have over 900 recruiters in our network and over 2,000 Nationwide jobs in every industry imaginable. Our number one priority is to help you through the job application process and successfully place you in a job of your choice.
Kind regards,
Jim Strickland
BioSource Recruiters

2 responses to “How To Confidentially Search for a New Job”

  1. Shayan Amiri says:

    Hi,I have a very strong pharmaceutical  background with over 4 years work experience in quality control. Working at various pharmaceutical companies allowed me to further develop and strengthen my technical skills. I have good hands on GCPs, ICH and FDA regulatory requirements. I believe that I could make a significant and valuable contribution in your firm.
    I would appreciate the opportunity to discuss how my education and experience will be helpful to you.  Thank you for your time and consideration.
    Shayan Amiri

    • jimbo says:


      Thanks for your information. I suggest to review our open positions and apply directly through our website. If your skills match the job requirements, one of our hiring recruiters will then contact you to discuss the position.