about the domain expertise and reluctant to consider the candidates from a different domain expertise, no matter how good they are in their area of expertise. A recent case, i referred a fantastic (IT)Recruiter to a great eCommerce organization, they liked his expertise in Recruitment, but not going ahead as he does not have prior experience in eCom industry. Somewhere i feel it is not right as gaining that expertise should not take much time and this is how we promote diverse mindset within the team and organization. Your views pls.
eir demanding customer environments.
They really need an expert, someone who
* can change the internals (for example to support private lines)
- this requires C programming
* has AGI and other scripting expertise
* has configured it to use a relational database
* has used SIP proxies with Asterisk
* can scale asterisk to multiple, distributed instances
* has built high availability solutions
Total 10+ yrs of IT experience
Status: H1/GC/US Citizen
No need of F2F, Only telephonic screening.
Duration: Long term
o Expertise in enterprise telephony communications products and technologies, modern Soft switching architectures, and signaling/call processing software development.
o Expertise in Asterisk internal architecture and source code, AGI and AMI.
o Expertise in Linux/Unix operating system application programming and scripting.
o Strong knowledge of Linux based Appliance development.
o Strong knowledge of C, C++, and Java programming languages.
o Strong knowledge of VoIP and SIP technology.
Contact Anisha.firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP for more details…