My path to being a Technical Recruiter started when I was a Sales Rep selling Telecom services back in 1996. One of my calls was to a small recruiting firm in Foster City, which ended up recruiting me and my life has been recruiting focused since.
While the mechanics of a job search are very basic, its the intricate details that can muddle things up. That's where my experience comes in. One thing I will never do is to send your resume to a client without finding out if you are interested in the opportunity.
I am also a firm believer that if I treat my candidates and clients with respect and professionalism, they will be relationships for life. This is important, as the key to being a successful recruiter is the ability to have candidates feel comfortable about giving their friends as referrals.
This client is a leader in business spend management (BSM), has been certified as a “Great Place to Work” by the Great Place to Work organization. They deliver “Value as a Service” by helping our customers maximize their spend under management, achieve significant cost savings and drive profitability.
Their solution is used by companies worldwide including Salesforce, Toyota, Staples, Groupon, Box, Atlassian in verticals ranging from technology to finance to health care.
*Contribute primarily to the front-end development and evolution of the Coupa platform
*Find creative and elegant solutions to complex problems
*Work in an agile environment where quick iterations and feedback are a way of life
*Continually look for opportunities to improve our platform, process and business
*Implement new features and optimize existing ones
*Work closely with product managers, back-end engineers and operations
*A good team player, works, and communicates well with others
*A self-driven individual
*3+ years in a production environment, preferably B to B.
*Experience with jQuery 1.4.x and higher along with plugins against this architecture
*Experience with CSS/Less, ERB/HAML
*An eye for UI Design and a feel for UX
*Strong command of web standards, CSS-based design, cross-browser compatibility, browser performance