Phone: 234-380-6808
Phone: 234-380-6808
Tim Slager Hudson Job Search Volunteer

The magic at Hudson Job Search is entirely created by an army of devoted and talented volunteers serving as Advisors. This post features a fifteen-year Advisor and valuable resource for our non-profit organization. Although most of our Hudson Job Search Advisors are not professionals in the space of career transition, Tim Slager is an exception, and we are lucky to have him.  Read more about how Tim Slager got started with HJS:

Professional Background

Tim is a talent advisor and Founder of Your One Third, a career coaching service that helps clients improve the one third of their lives spent at work. He advises others as they transition within and between organizations – also advising organizations how to best facilitate these transitions. Tim has held leadership positions in recruitment (Adecco), professional development (Weatherhead School of Management), and career transition (Lee Hecht Harrison). With ahis undergraduate degree from Kenyon College, a Master of Divinity from McCormick Theological Seminary, and the Global Career Transition Expert Quality Delivery Certification from LHH, we couldn’t have a more experienced resource for our job seekers.  

Q: What inspired you to become an Advisor with Hudson Job Search?

A: I enjoy helping people in the community through what can be a difficult situation.

Q: How long have you been an Advisor with Hudson Job Search?

A: Approximately 15 years

Q: What do you enjoy the most about your role as an Advisor with the organization?

A: I enjoy sharing my expertise in career transition.

Q: What’s your favorite Hudson Job Search story?

When I first spoke at Hudson Job Search, about 20 years ago, HJS co-founder Pat Holden took me for dinner at the Reserve Inn. I could tell he was a regular when they brought him liver and gin without him even ordering it.

Q: What would you say to someone who is thinking about becoming a Hudson Job Search Advisor?

A: It is a rewarding and worthwhile form of community service.

Q: How did you learn how to advise Job Seekers?

A: Accept that career transition is a project that you are probably not very good at. Seek help early on so that you can find your next thing as quickly as possible.

Q: If Hudson Job Search could do anything, with limitless donations, what would you like to see the organization accomplish in the next 5 years?

A: Would be nice if we could employ a job developer who would contact companies on behalf of clients in transition.


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