Techncial Recruiters: Do You Really Need One? This Will Help You Decide.

Are you spending way too much time searching for a new IT job? In this post we explore the ways a technical recruiting firm can help you save time and find a great job.
Monday, 22 January 2018

The goal of a technical recruiter is to help IT professionals find employment. The technical recruiter's secondary but equally important goal is to help employers find the best candidates for their IT job openings.  

To put it bluntly, there is a war going on for tech talent and jobs these days. If you are searching for a new IT job in 2018 you might feel like you navigating a fast-moving battlefield full of landmines and changing boundaries.  

The technical recruiting industry exists to make searching, interviewing and negotiating for your new job easier and more effective.

Does job searching on your own make you feel like your wasting time? If you have spent hours or maybe weeks eyeballing the top tech job boards or monitoring the emails from the big online recruiters with little or no luck, then it may be time for you to consider working with a Dallas technical recruiter.  Keep reading to learn more about how technical recruiters can save you from wasting your precious time.

Your technical recruiter is your connection to the company you want

Major news outlets say, with no surprise, that sometimes getting the right job is about "whom you know". Statistically, having connections vastly improves your ability to get the job you want.

Whether you are a recent graduate looking for an entry-level position in application development, or you are a contender for Chief Technical Officer, the best Dallas Technical jobs are found when you work with a recruiter.

That’s because employers do not advertise many of the best Dallas technical jobs.  Most companies will not trouble themselves with advertising, sorting through candidates, organizing interviews, or even engaging in the whole elongated, tedious hiring process to find a new team member.

IT recruiters have the inside track for the best jobs

Many local IT employers call their favorite technical recruiter when they need to fill a critical IT vacancy.  These are often the best IT jobs and employers don’t want to risk hiring the wrong person to fill it.

Also, as mentioned above, employers don’t want to be bombarded with a massive barrage of resumes, many of which are not qualified.

Instead, the IT employers trust their technical recruiter that only sends them three or four qualified candidates. This shortens and simplifies recruiting and hiring while saving the hiring company time, money and hassle.

Your technical recruiter is on your side

You can view your technical recruiter as your partner is finding that perfect IT job.  At GTN we meet one-on-one with most candidates and spend hours interviewing each candidate.

Our well-defined screening process determines the strengths and weaknesses of each candidate and gives us the info we need to place them in an environment where they will thrive.

If you work with a recruiter like GTN for a technical job in Dallas, this becomes a win-win-win scenario.  Your search will be over sooner, and you’ll have a great job that suits you personally, and a corporate culture that matches your style for increased job satisfaction.

Are you ready to work with a proven Dallas IT technical recruiter?

No matter what specialization of IT position you are seeking, the best Dallas Technical jobs are within reach when you work with a recruiter at GTN Technical Staffing.

GTN is known around the world but they have specific knowledge of the Dallas IT employment environment.  The technical recruiters and staff at GTN pride themselves on recruiting top technologists for world-renowned companies in Dallas and nationwide.

Click to schedule your free consultation with GTN Technical Staffing.

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