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.
. Once you have chosen this option you can then reorder your skills & expertise in the order you feel of greatest value, typically strongest to weakest. As a recruiter, I would NEVER place any value on the Endorsements listed on a candidate's profile. I have well over a 1000 endorsements and my guess is that 8% of them come from individuals who have no direct knowledge of my competency and have never done business with me. A billion endorsements is worth about as much as $1,000,000,000.00 of Confederate States of America currency. I recommend job seekers move their Skills & Expertise section up below their Summary and above their Experience. As a recruiter, I do want to see the Skills & Expertise field to quickly ascertain whether the candidate feels they have the technical skills my client desires.
If LinkedIn feels its Endorsements are so great, why did they remove a link to the Skills & Expertise database in the latest GUI?…
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…