which is creating the world's first real-time Human Web/person-to-person Q&A platform. Just think if you could receive a personalized answer to any question with a click of a
button. We believe that the most knowledgeable people to help you are in the collective network of people that live and breathe a personal passion around a hobby, topic, sport, food, etc. We are creating a unique Web service that brings together a live global network of people with specific knowledge and interests, enabling them to connect with each other LIVE on the Web to share recommendations, ask for advice, and exchange information on practically anything they are interested in.We're looking for entrepreneurially-minded developers who want to get in on the ground floor. We are a group of smart, hungry, friendly people seeking team members to work with us on cutting-edge ideas and Web technologies. You will be the 3rd, 4th, 5th....team member.
You will get to telecommute 1-2 days
Hiring preference - engineers with IM Server experience
1. Algorithms architect
2. Senior systems engineer
3. Senior web application engineer
4- 3D engineer with OpenGL/ES experience to add to our iPhone team.
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need to ask.. and they will get it done. THe conversion process is also a little unique (more hands on) but again great people and they are full web based. or you can use a thin client or even switch back and forth with out any problems…
Added by Rich Rosen at 8:31am on September 18, 2012
recruiting firm and its niche industry/discipline. In our case, in 2007 we found that 84 % of the candidates we placed were by executing telephone based direct sourcing techniques, 11% were from referrals of existing contacts and 5% were created by various web tools from "soup to nuts". By this we determined where the vast majority of our candidates can be found, at work and available by telephone. Much of the recruiting lead generations came from existing industry database listing. In summary, 92% of our placed candidates came to us via telephone based direct sourcing techniques, 7% by referrals and the balance by web tools.
Doug Beabout CPC CSP
still own the rights to the software and wish to sell it. This web-based profiling system is perfect for a staffing firm with multiple recruiters or with a bit of tweaking and refinement, could be used as a job board.
This system is truly the first of it's kind because it allows all parties involved in the recruiting process to access the same information. Think of "Match.com" for recruiters.
Features and benefits of the system are:
-- Web-based: the client is assigned a unique user ID and password and can log-in at any time/any place
-- Create a new job search requisition
-- View open, filled and closed searches
-- View candidates submitted for open positions
-- View candidate's formal resume (download Word doc or PDF), photograph, work history and "In My Own Words" section
-- Access candidate profiles for filled and closed searches
-- Request and schedule interview times
-- Web-based resource for tracking all search progress
-- Multiple recruiters can access the system at the same time, perfect for those working remote
-- Collects and compiles all candidate data
-- Notes section allows recruiter to add their own comments to the candidate's profile
-- To submit a candidate to a client, merely send them an email letting them know to log-in to their account
-- Data collected is customized based on the client's needs
-- Easy to use and complete a profile
-- Permanent candidate file in the recruiter's database
DATA COLLECTED INCLUDES:
-- Formal resume - data is parsed from resume and automatically fills in many of the candidate profile fields
-- Work/compensation history
-- "In My Own Words" section, allowing the recruiter to add open ended questions that the employer would like to see answered prior to the interview. This can also be customized to include any type of personality/skill assessments the employer requires.
The system then creates a dossier of the candidate that, once approved, is live for the employer to access.
If you're interested in discussing further, please give me a call. Thad Greer, 954-709-4260 or email@example.com.
I'm going to be doing a quick demo of the system this Tuesday, August 26th at 11:00 a.m. EST via GoToMeeting.
GoToMeeting Invitation - Live Demo on Web-Based Employer/Candidate Profiling System
1. Please join my meeting, Tuesday, August 26 at 11:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time.
2. Use your microphone and speakers (VoIP) - a headset is recommended. Or, call in using your telephone.
Dial (315) 552-9059
Access Code: 760-473-299
Audio PIN: Shown after joining the meeting
Meeting ID: 760-473-299…
ut can’t afford the expense of adding another Job Board?
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Added by Joe Limboo at 12:50pm on November 9, 2009
facility, powerful search and matchcommunications centre, appointment Diary, history notes, sophisticated job tracker and full Web integration, More over it has a a powerful CRM/MIS module capable to track all your sales activities. For more features and free demo visit www.swiftpro.com . Hope you like it…
Added by Jane Adams at 5:07am on November 12, 2009
er elementary at best. You're not saying anything untrue, but you're about 5 years behind in the relevancy.
Today, most companies look for "distinguishing" factors. What the internet has done in general and what social media does to the nth degree is make the world much smaller, bringing a huge amount of data and information to the for front making everything and everyone more accessible. What needs to be done when the market place is so crowded is to be "unique" and different.
You completely ignored the creative industry (which is one of the larger sectors now a days). For instance, advertising agencies, film, marketing firms, tv, radio, print and web media, etc. On top of that take into consideration even Google. Do you think they hire "run of the mill" vanilla type techies? No they do not. Nobody wants that anymore. Web, internet, interactive companies look for creative hackers, designers and the like. Even CEO's (take for instance Gregg of Jib Jab http://www.linkedin.com/in/greggspiridellis) us avatars, something you think makes you look less serious? In today's market post MySpace, post Facebook, Post etc..... being taken seriously has more to do with how good they are at a certain skill set and having the balls to express their creative uniqueness.
Anyway, not a personal jab because I think you were well meaning. Your post is well suited to the Fortune 500 cookie cutter candidate, not to the top 20% of the field who aren't defined by boundaries of the average.…