Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Recruiter Spotlight: Sultan Camp


Sultan Camp, Career Transition and LinkedIn expert, is a Military Candidate Recruiter with Orion International and has facilitated the nation’s leading Transition Assistance Program for 8000+ separating military service members from all branches of service. Sultan is also a proud Navy Veteran & Navy Chief who retired after 20 years of service.

He has interviewed & coached Admirals, senior commissioned and non-commissioned officers, junior officers, and enlisted servicemen and women. He has also been featured in the New York Times’ Best Selling author Martin Yate’s, book Knock ‘Em Dead Secrets & Strategies for First Time Job Seekers(2013) and in the April & July 2013 issues of G.I. Jobs.

Sultan also serves as a Director on the Boards of the American Society for Training and Development, Southeastern Virginia Chapter (ASTD SEVA) and the Urban League of Hampton Roads Young Professionals (ULHRYP). He is on the editorial board of G.I. Jobs magazine and an adviser to the Town Point Club Young Professionals’ Group. He works with groups such as the Hampton Roads Society for Human Resource Management (HRSHRM) and the Career Services Departments of numerous local Universities and colleges. He has also been requested as a keynote speaker throughout Virginia on issues regarding Careers and Social Media and has appeared on WHOV 88.1 “Build a Better Life” with host Ms. Edith White.

Sultan’s leadership also extends into the local community. He recently served as the facilitator for First Baptist Church Berkley’s Social Media Saturday. He is a 2010 graduate of Norfolk State University with a Bachelor of Arts History degree and is currently attending the George Washington University’s Human Resource Development Master’s Program (2013). He has one daughter, 20.

If you could give just one piece of career advice to a transitioning military professional, what would it be?

Ask yourself the question: “Do I know anyone who can actually extend a job offer and hire me?” If the answer is no, then you have to start growing your professional network. You should do this in person and online using social networking sites as part of your transition strategy.

What do you like most about working at Orion?

I love the fact that our bottom line is connecting our military heroes with real career opportunities in corporate America & giving them a ‘real world’ perspective on how to get hired.

Please share one interesting fact about yourself that you would like candidates to know.

I grew up on the Caribbean island of Trinidad, which hosts its carnival, ranked third best in the world, each year at the same time as Mardi Gras.

Connect with Sultan:

Phone: (800)544-3787 ext. 515

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