Career Placement & Temporary Staffing
Our objective is to identify and place top notch candidates with leading companies. To apply, e-mail your resume to: for immediate consideration.
LSJ Search & Staffing LLC ranks as a leading personnel service offering both temporary staffing and career placement within San Francisco and the Bay Area. We specialize in the placement of all levels (support staff through executive level) of Administrative, Secretarial, Accounting/Finance, Human Resources and Marketing professionals.  We maintain and service a large database of leading companies as our clientele. Industries we service include legal, financial, advertising, publishing, accounting, professional services, consulting, insurance services, international leasing, neuroscience, biotechnology, venture capital, executive search and technology services.
First and foremost, keep in mind that our fees are completely paid by our clients; there are no fees whatsoever charged to our candidates. To begin the process, e-mail us an updated resume in MS Word format to: We will then contact you to schedule an interview. If you haven't heard from us within two days, please call us to follow up. When you come in, plan to spend about one hour for your appointment. At the appointment, you will first be asked to fill out some required paperwork. You will then meet with a recruiter who will review your qualifications and discuss jobs that are a good fit for you. In most cases after your meeting, we will administer skills assessment testing. Keep in mind that many of our clients will request the results of the skills assessment tests. Once we have determined your skill level, we will begin to match you up with one or more of the many jobs we have available. We will then coordinate with you and our clients to set up interviews.  Once a job offer has been made, we will then guide you through the entire salary negotiating process, and assist you in getting your dream job!!

Additionally LSJ Search & Staffing LLC offers:
Resume consultation
Interview advice