recruit for

recruit someone for something

to seek and engage someone for something. Harry had to recruit a few people for the new jobs that opened up. We recruited three more people for the project.
See also: recruit
References in classic literature ?
Come, D'Artagnan, don't let us play a sidelong game; your hesitation, your evasion, tells me at once on whose side you are; for that party no one dares openly to recruit, and when people recruit for it, it is with averted eyes and humble voice.
Drayton was constantly selling Harwell on the Bruins, and now they can recruit for UCLA together.
To simplify the job-seeking process, agencies were given "direct-hire" authority to recruit for and fill certain positions on their own, sans OPM.