The market for tech candidates is only getting more competitive as time goes on. Master Sourcer Irina Shamaeva delivers a freshly updated look at the top tools and techniques for finding hard-to-identify IT professionals in this webinar.
Irina, herself a former Software Engineer and Manager, also shares tips on how to stand out and get noticed by these candidates, who receive (and ignore) many recruiting messages each day.
Who will benefit? Technical Recruiters of all levels and everyone interested in recruiting technical talent. Want to take your sourcing skills in IT Recruiting to the next level? This webinar covers every major tool and every way to locate technical talent online (including finding potential candidates that others won’t) and ways to attract attention of passive candidates.
How you will benefit. If you are searching for technical talent, you are aware how challenging it is. Technical skills are in demand. Top talented Engineers are not likely to return your calls or respond to InMails on LinkedIn.
Terminology and Roles. To help navigate through searches and to be prepared to write attractive messages, you will learn how to make sense of the terminology, such as programming languages, “front-end”, “back-end”, “full stack”, “open source”, Hadoop, etc. Specifics of different roles such as Developer, Data Scientist, QA Engineer, Build Engineer, DBA, Network Admin, etc, are discussed. The webinar also covers useful points for communicating with hiring managers regarding informative and appealing job descriptions.
Sourcing Methods. Learn searching and sourcing methods and tips on LinkedIn, Github, Stackoverflow, Google-Plus, angel.co, and how to combine various sources. Learn to build custom search engines and alerts, and possible terminology variations and synonyms to use. Several people aggregators (such as Hiringsolved, Dice Open Web, TalentBin, and Entelo) are also discussed.
Effective Messages. Finally, learn valuable insights on contacting “techies” to get their attention and positive responses, based on Irina's own experience communicating and being placed by Recruiters while working as a Software Engineer (and later, Manager).
Included: the slides, a video-recording, and one month of support