- I'm not really a recruiter. No hard sales pitches, no sending candidates Java jobs because I don't understand the difference, and no submitting PHP developers who used jQuery once for React Native role. You'll hear from me -- via email -- when I have something interesting to say, and otherwise I won't bother you.
- I've been in most roles a developer can be in ... intern, architect, contractor, freelancer, and CTO managing a team of 40. I will understand your concerns and desires in both the jobs you're looking to apply for, and jobs you're looking to fill.
- I aim to make about 25 placements a year, and aim for both the candidate and client to be ecstatic at the result. I don't work with clients I wouldn't want to program for, and I don't work with candidates I wouldn't want to program next to.
- I've been working as a technical recruiter for almost 5 years, and get a lot of word-of-mouth referrals from happy candidates and clients.
Over 50% of the candidates I place weren't really looking for a new job until I showed them something awesome they should apply for. Many of the clients I work with don't have active open roles, but are always interested in bright and motivated developers.
Send me a CV or a job ad: firstname.lastname@example.org
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