Luckily, that’s exactly where I can help.
As a top rated and trusted partner in software technical management, my goal is to help you hone your skills and ensure you can consistently find and secure the best talent. Before working with me, many recruiters spend most, if not all, of their time sending LinkedIn messages to developers that fit into a “mold” created by algorithms.
While this seems convenient as a recruiter, it’s a whole different scene from the developer’s side. For them, it’s common to hear about the same position in much of the same words from multiple recruiters.
Recruiting is a lucrative position when done right, but it’s hard to stand out in the right way to a developer unless you know how they think. My goal is to help you save time and build up your skills, so you can fill jobs with ease. Throughout my many years as a developer, I’ve been in contact with hundreds of IT recruiters…
Sign up here to gain access to all the best—and worst—messages I have received about open positions… I’ll go over why I felt compelled to respond to certain people and share the top 7 things to never do when contacting a developer.
So, what makes me a great resource anyway?
On top of having over 20 years of experience leading teams of software developers, I have been a successful consultant and business owner for nearly a decade. To top it off, many of my friends and even my own brother are recruiters, so I have an inside view on both the recruiting and developing sides.
With me on your side, you can learn about the top three questions you need to ask in every interview and the best ways to see through the fluff once you get a response. Most importantly, we’ll go over quick tips on how to find the best talent and how to approach them, too.
Here’s a hint…
You shouldn’t be focusing on LinkedIn, and you shouldn’t only look for people who are in the job market. In fact, the best candidates are already happily employed. Your job is to frame this new position as the one they need.
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Many recruiters have access to a training budget for which my services qualify. That means you can have access to all the information you need to be a successful recruiter without paying a dime out of pocket. Regardless, if you want to be successful, it is wise to have the right information at your fingertips.
Every IT recruiter’s journey is unique, and your success requires a personalized plan of action. Fortunately, you don’t have to do it alone. In fact, you’re one click away from scoring a spot on my calendar for a 15-minute consulting session. You ask the questions, and I’ll be there with the answers.