Shun the nonbelievers. You don’t need a background in tech to make tech hires.
Hiring teams frequently deal with the challenge of finding people for these roles – skilled and available candidates are already hard to come across, but the task becomes especially difficult when you’ve never held or recruited for the job.
That’s where we come in. We tapped on the shoulder of good ole Mike Bouffard, Greenhouse VP of engineering, to teach us his love language in our upcoming joint webinar, Programming 101 for Recruiters.
Won’t you say you’ll join us?
Improve how you engage with tech candidates and get a first-hand look into the way programmers work and a fundamental understanding of how their role influences the rest of the tech team. If the thought of learning techspeak gives you the heebie jeebies, Programming 101 is our guide to dipping your toes in a day in the life of an engineer, as told by an engineer. Takes one to know one, right?
Baffled by what happens behind the scenes of building a product? Still think you need a tech background to evaluate tech candidates? Save your seat for Programming 101 for Recruiters happening on Thursday, April 23 at 10 am PT/1 pm ET!
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