High-Tech Recruiters & HR Forum


High-Tech Recruiters & HR Forum

This group brings together HR and Recruiters interested in talent acquisition and recruitment.  To extend your reach to more candidates, feel free to join our LinkedIn Group. Click on the linke below.

Website: http://www.linkedin.com/e/gis/157205/53C44D0723AF
Location: San Jose, Calif, USA Bay Area
Members: 193
Latest Activity: May 2, 2014

Software to 'GREEN' a business?

July 23, 2008
Consulting firm Accenture released software on Wednesday built to help companies improve energy efficiency and reduce waste. The Accenture Green Technology Suite measures the "green" aspects of a corporation's information technology practices, data centers, and office operations.
Read more here >

SolarPower Expo and Conference

Solar Power 2008 is where solar business takes place! If you have a professional interest in solar energy (photovoltaics, concentrating photovoltaics, solar thermal electric or solar hot water), this event has something to offer your business. Whether you walk the show floor to our 400+ exhibitors or you attend the 60+ conference sessions to learn about the latest market, policy, finance and technology happenings in the industry, you'll walk away with invaluable information and relationships. We hope to see you in San Diego in the fall.


IMPORTANT NOTE: Be sure to join our group on LinkedIn if you wish to extend your reach to more high-tech candidates. You must have experience working in High-Tech or show some track record of being in the industry. Be sure your LinkedIn profile is complete otherwise we won't approve your membership. Just having your name with an empty profile won't be enough. Sorry! :) Thanks for your understanding! We are trying to bring together people who are serious about high-tech recruiting.

Here is the link:

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Comment by Alex Scott on January 5, 2010 at 4:55pm
We are looking for Siebel EAI Developer for our direct client.
This is a 7 months of contract at Simi Valley, CA.

Here are the details:
- Siebel 8 EAI Experience
- Exposure to MQ and WebServices
- Experience with eScript
- Exposure to ESB like ALSB would be a plus
- Insurance Industry exposure would be a plus
- Good Communication skill
- Should be willing to work on an offshore-onsite model

Please contact me at ascott@saiconinc.com.
Comment by Colette Pavelle on November 24, 2009 at 10:56am
Hello everyone! I am new to the group and I am currently recruiting for a Systems Engineer/Programmer in the DC area. Does anyone have any great tips!

Comment by Rich Baker on June 10, 2009 at 9:48am
Hello everyone, here's my intro...

1. Geographic Location (Currently Florida)
2. Industry Specialty (Investment Banking, Marketing, Manufacturing, Healthcare)
3. Niche Function (SW dev, BI, Data Analytics/Clinical Informatics)
4. Service Area (Currently South East and South Central US, with some Mid-West)
Comment by John Sunder Paka on June 3, 2009 at 12:39am
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Comment by Jordan Shaw on December 15, 2008 at 1:48pm
Hi all,
I just started a new group on www.talentbar.com. If you are a NW recruiter I hope to see you there. http://www.talentbar.com/group/seattlerecruiters
Comment by Lisa Zee on October 22, 2008 at 1:20pm
Here is an important article for those running your own small firm.

The small business owner's guide to the presidential election

Restoring the health of the U.S. economy will dominate the domestic agenda of the next president, whoever he is.

John McCain and Barack Obama have fundamental differences on how to do that. McCain emphasizes the role that low tax rates play in economic growth, while Obama thinks government investments in targeted areas, such as alternative energy and the creation of new businesses, are important.

Both, however, will be constrained by fiscal realities -- the ballooning federal deficit and the still-uncertain cost of the nation's financial crisis. They may have to drop or defer large chunks of their agenda.

For businesses, one thing seems clear: Companies will face more government regulation. Both candidates are "likely to be big regulators," said Veronique de Rugy, senior research fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.

This report looks at how the outcome of the election could affect small businesses in four key areas: taxes, health care, energy and the rules governing union organizing.

John McCain claims Barack Obama wants to raise taxes on small businesses.

That is true if the business owner makes more than $200,000 a year (or $250,000 per family). Obama has proposed increasing personal income tax rates for the top two income brackets to what they were during the Clinton administration: 36 percent and 39.6 percent.

Rates for other income brackets would be unchanged under Obama's plan.

Earnings at most small businesses are passed through to their owners for tax purposes and are taxed at individual income tax rates.

Read the full article here > http://www.bizjournals.com/edit_special/72.html
Comment by Gopinath Karunamoorthy on September 17, 2008 at 10:43pm

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for accepting my request to join your network; likewise I would like to extend my request to add me in your networks like Linkedin and Facebook.

Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/in/gopikaruna & Email ID: gopikaruna@gmail.com

Profile Name: Gopi Karuna
Network: Singapore
Email address: gopikaruna@gmail.com

I have created a public networking group called "Recruiters Club" - http://recruitersclub.ning.com

And the group in Linkedin called “The Perfect Job”, join me and share your views and thoughts.

Hope to continue building our long-lasting professional and friendly relationship.

Thanks and Best Regards,
Gopi Karuna
Comment by Jordan Shaw on August 22, 2008 at 2:44pm
1. Geographic Location (Kirkland, Washington)
2. Industry Specialty (Consulting, IT, Business)
3. Niche Function (Software Architects, Sr. Developers, BI, PM's, SharePoint, Sales Executives)
4. Service Area (West Coast)
Comment by Lisa Zee on August 21, 2008 at 9:32pm
Dear Folks,
Please share with everyone here your recruiting niche market and specialty so we can all connect and reach out to each other more effectively.

Thank you! ;-)

Please copy and paste and answer these questions on this page.

1. Geographic Location (e.g., San Jose, CA)
2. Industry Specialty (e.g., Internet)
3. Niche Function (e.g., Product Manager)
4. Service Area (e.g., all of USA, Global, Europe, Asia)
Comment by P S Sanjay on August 19, 2008 at 6:49pm
I am an open networker. My Linkedin page is: http://www.linkedin.com/in/pssanjay

I accept all connections ~ So please connect with me.

I have the following openings for Perm /full time positions with our direct clients.

- PeopleSoft HCM developer in Atlanta,GA
- SAP CCS position in Houston ,TX
- Pipe Stress Engineer, Houston,TX
- .NET developer in MN

Thank you, and have a Fantastic Day!

Warm regards


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