Meet Jeff Rucinski: RecruitLoop Recruiter From Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

by Paul Slezak
Recruiter Spotlight, RecruitLoop - 2 years ago

Philadelphia (more commonly known as Philly) is a city of firsts. On top of hosting America’s first birthday, it also started up the country’s first daily newspaper—The Philadelphia Packet and Daily Advertiser—in 1784.

The city is also home to America’s first zoo, first hospital, and the first medical school.

If you’re more of a foodie, Philly is also home to the annual Wing Bowl, an eating contest that draws crowds as large as 20,000 people. The eating competition, which starts at 5:30 a.m., features two 14-minute rounds of wing-eating followed by a 2-minute final lightning round.

Interestingly, however, Philadelphia Cream Cheese is not from Philadelphia. It’s not made in Philly now, nor was it at any point in its 135-year history.

One person that does come from Philly is Jeff Rucinski – one of the newest recruiters to join the RecruitLoop community. And today we shine the spotlight on him.

What’s your name?

Jeff Rucinski

How long have you been a part of the RecruitLoop community?

2 months

What were you doing before you met us?


What is the best part, for you, of being a Looper?

The variety of possibilities, and the diversity of open roles.

What RecruitLoop feature do you think is the most awesome?

The ability to have work sent to you.

Why do you believe the RecruitLoop model works so well?

Because it allows companies to seek the exact type of help they need in a marketplace.

What are your passions and interests outside work?

I love playing and watching tennis; as well as football, and basketball. I also enjoy cooking.

What is something other Loopers may not know about you?

That have played tennis since I was 8 years old, and through College.

What 5 words would your clients use to describe you?

Diligent, professional, persistent, articulate, passionate.

If you could change one thing in the world, what would it be?


If you could have dinner with five famous people (alive or dead) who would they be and why?

Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Pete Sampras, Paul Rudd, and Bill Gates. In short, for their tennis prowess, acting abilities, and philanthropic efforts, respectively.