Pete Radloff

Consultant
Washington, DC USA
Pete has been an on-demand consultant for exaqueo since 2013, providing expertise in employer brand as well as recruiting and sourcing for talent. Through his engagements with exaqueo, he has partnered directly with a variety of clients on employer brand and recruiting strategy engagements in healthcare, hospitality, and more.
Get to Know Pete

For nearly 20 years, I am a veteran recruiter, sourcer, and consultant, with experience in both agency and corporate settings. Currently, I am a Senior Sourcing Recruiter for Amazon Web Services. I previously worked for other high-growth organizations such as comScore, NPR, LivingSocial, and MicroStrategy. In addition to recruiting top talent both in the U.S. and abroad for these companies, I've developed successful recruitment and sourcing frameworks, recruitment processes, and operational procedures, with a specific goal of enhancing the candidate experience and employer brand. I also have deep experience in recruitment systems selection and implementation, vendor selection, and HR Tech & Sourcing tool evaluation.

I love what I do - which is a wonderful way to live out your career. I was lucky enough to find a way to get paid for something I have a deep passion for. But love time not spent on work just as much. I can usually be found watching Islanders hockey and Clemson football - or any soccer match. I’ve coached youth soccer for about 10 years, and it’s something I continue to love doing. I admire a fine bourbon and a good book when I’ve got some downtime, which is rare with my two active kids, who I have the pleasure of raising.

Education

BS, Psychology
State University of New York at Oneonta

Industry Experience

Amazon Web Services - Senior Sourcing Recruiter

comScore - Principal Technical Recruiter / Director of Recruiting

LivingSocial - Sr Manager, Recruiting

recruitDC - Board of Directors

Hiretual - Advisory Board Member

My First Paycheck

Working at a Dairy Barn at 14, which was a drive through market across the street from my house. It was a small place, so everyone kind of ran the whole store when they worked.