Great question, I'm happy to answer:
I work as a Recruiter for a Software Company which means I look for talented people who have the skills needed for vacancies within our company. It a very rewarding job and I get great happiness by being able to work with the people I have helped to hire:
I usually arrive into the office and will check on some emails that have come in the night before, as I live and work in Ireland for an American Software Company, the time difference between the two countries often means I have a-lot of updates to catch up on in the morning.
I then take a look at my calendar, often, I will have some calls scheduled with people who are interested in working with my company. These are 20 - 30 minute calls in which I learn more about people who apply and I get to tell them all of the amazing things about the company I work for.
After lunch, when my colleagues from the US come online, we tend to have some meeting in the late afternoon, this can be with hiring managers who are responsible for deciding who we would like to hire and we might discuss what type of candidates we have available to interview or I might meet with my management team to discuss my work and the status of some of the open positions we have across the business.
The thing I love about my role is that no two days are the same and there is a lot of diversity each day. I get to speak with lots of interesting people who could end up being a colleague of mine one day.
Hope this provides more information!