Meet Sheera! Her bubbly personality, diverse background, and recruiting expertise, are just a few things that make her a rock-star member of the ETS team. Check out this video to learn all about why you should get to know Sheera.

What made you want to be a recruiter at ETS?
Coming from the recruiting world, I always had passion helping people find their next career move. When I learned about the commitment ETS has towards supporting the local market and the local economy, I felt relatable to their message and wanted to be part of it.

What’s your favorite part of the Champlain Valley?
The ability to connect with nature. Coming from a big city, Vermont was a perfect place to discover nature and help in promoting a healthier lifestyle for myself and my family.

What’s one thing people would never know about you?
I was in the Israel Defense Forces before moving to the U.S.

What’s a superpower you’ve always wanted and how would you use this power?
My favorite superhero is Superman, so pretty much whatever super power he has, I always wanted. I would probably use it to help people, just like him.

What’s the strangest question you’ve heard in an interview?
If you could chose the name of the company you are interviewing for, what would you name it?

What’s your favorite restaurant?
That’s a tough question. Vermont offers such a variety of tastes and foods it’s hard to pick one. I do know that my favorite food is a maple creemee. I even named my dog Maple after it.

What was your first impression walking into ETS?
I had an awesome welcome walking through the door. I could feel the positive energy from people and it felt great.

Name something that makes your job feel rewarding.
The most rewarding part of my job, is knowing that I truly help people better their lives, and promote their professional growth.

What’s one piece of advice you give to candidates about to interview?
Remember to smile. Many times, when candidates head into an interview, they get nervous and are just focused on making a good impression and saying the right thing, that they forget to smile. A smile can really make a difference, it’s an ice breaker.

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