Making a difference for Northwest startups & small companies…

I founded Aimee Levens Consulting in 2012 to fill a vital need for small companies in the Pacific Northwest who lack the benefit of an in-house recruiter, help recruiters who want to improve their time to fill, and mentor individuals looking to make a change in their career.

  • As a recruiting consultant, I serve my clients with the same energy and commitment that I provided to my past employers – overseeing the entire recruiting process from start to finish, promoting clients as employers of choice, and using my extensive network to strengthen candidate pools. With an average time-to-fill of 30 days, I get the job done.
  • As a career coach, I work you one-on-one to develop a more effective resume, strengthen your interview skills, increase your network, and assist you in navigating through career transitions.

I bring 20 years of diverse experience in Recruiting & HR, including software, apparel, publishing, nonprofit, manufacturing, government and environmental consulting, hold my BS in Human Resources Management, and held my Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification from 2004-2016.

I have reputation for delivering high-caliber results within quickly evolving industries, partnering with hiring teams via retained search to create strategies for attracting, retaining and developing talent, and using my extensive and diverse personal, professional, and social networks to bring people and companies together. As a recruiter, I’ve worked in corporate, agency, and independent consulting roles for companies of all sizes, from 3 to 30,000+ employees. My clients know they’re getting a recruiter who won’t “sell” to them – I am genuinely passionate about what I do, with strong relationships in the community, high integrity and an ability to implement strong processes that both improve candidate experience and decrease time-to-fill.
Community Involvement

My life and career has always been about building relationships, partnering with local schools and nonprofits to create stronger relationships between the business, academic, and nonprofit communities. I have volunteered extensively with nonprofits including with Start Making A Reader Today (SMART) and The Portland Kitchen, and donate a percentage of my income to a variety of organizations making a difference.

I walk the talk when it comes to sustainability, and it is shown frequently in my company business practices, as well as my lifestyle. An avid writer, I blog regularly, documenting my own efforts and sharing my findings as I strive to implement small changes that make a big difference.

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