In our previous passive candidate engagement discussion, we talked about the most important information recruiters need to know is how your open position would be a desirable career progression for the candidate. To establish this, we need to collect intelligence about our candidates in addition to understanding the position itself. Assuming you’ll work with the hiring manager to gather both the requirements and selling points for the open position, we’ll focus our discussion on the candidate side in this blog. Read more…
Archive for the 'mobile app developers' Category
iOS Developer (Seattle)
In this series, I invite a qualified engineer/developer with matching or related technical background to review a real job description. In these reviews, you’ll learn the unfiltered feedback and thoughts from the technical people who are the target readers of these job descriptions. Please note: each review reflects only the opinion of the specific reviewer.
Please give us your career summary.
I’m a software engineer with 6 years of experience – 3 years at startups and 3 at a big company. Technology summary:
- web development – Ruby on Rails
- mobile development – iOS development
- distributed systems