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.
Our clients' mission is to help the world learn from its data. They have built the world's most advanced analytics platform for mobile and web. They help companies learn how people use their products and applications so they can grow their business. Every company has something unique to them that determines their success, Our client gives them the ability to measure it.
More than 1,000 businesses use their solution to analyze 12+ billion actions every month to understand how their combined 225 million customers use their products. Their customers are innovative companies with leading mobile applications and websites that need advanced analytics to help drive their future growth. They include Airbnb, BeachMint, Dollar Shave Club, Fitbit, Jawbone, Khan Academy, Path, TaskRabbit. and Zeptolab to name a few.
They are backed by Andreessn Horowitz, Keith Rabois, Max Levchin, Michael Birch, Sequoia Capital and Y Combinator.
The backend engineers do the hard work to make sure we keep up with the
-Build fast, scalable, distributed, and fault-tolerant systems.
-Come up with simple and robust solutions to constantly improve the reliability and
performance of our systems to keep up with the company's rapidly growing scale.
-Design and improve the
-You MUST Love to code and have an opinion about how to do it the right way.
-World--class programming skills with the ability to write clean, simple, and
-Willingness to dig through source code to get to the root of an issue.