Tech Recruiting Priorities – Quality Assurance Engineer, Senior Client Managers, Front End Engineer & Backend Engineers – week of 1-27-2015

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Weekly Tech Career Opportunity Spotlight

 

This week, our tech recruiting priorities are: Senior Quality Assurance Engineer – BYOD/Mobile Security; Senior Client Managers – IT Infrastructure Solutions; Front End Engineer & Backend Engineer – EdTech and more.2015-01-27-Redfish-Tech-Jobs

 

BYOD/Mobile Security

 

Work on the cutting edge of security technology. This company is saving the corporate world from information thievery by securing company data as it interacts with employee-owned mobile devices, applications and services. The company makes mobile security strong, transparent, and easy to manage while preserving end-user privacy and usability at “bring your own device” (BYOD) workplaces, unlike other solutions that lock down mobile devices and stifle personal productivity and privacy.

 

We are recruiting for a Senior Quality Assurance Engineer (#21765) to join the San Francisco team Read more »

Recruiting Priorities: Real-time Media Platform, Disruptive Software, Business Intelligence & Analytics 10-21-2014

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Weekly Tech Career Opportunity Spotlight

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This week, our priority recruiting efforts is for Front End Engineer, Ruby Engineer, Quality Assurance Manager, Engineering Manager – Real-time Media Platform; Mobile QA Engineer, DevOps Lead, User Acquisition Manager – Disruptive Software; Software Development in Test – Business Intelligence & Analytics, and Read more »

Recruiting Priorities: Information Technology Service Management (ITSM), CRM for Google Apps, Disruptive Supply Chain Management 8-19-2014

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Weekly Tech Career Opportunity Spotlight 2014-08-19-Redfish-Jobs

 

This week’s priority recruiting focuses on the dynamic tech spaces of Information Technology Service Management (ITSM), CRM for Google Apps, Disruptive Supply Chain Management, and more Digital Media/AdTech…

 

Information Technology Service Management (ITSM)

 

Offering the industry’s first real IT agility application that helps teams work better together in order to enable the business to respond faster to opportunities and competitive threats. This SaaS software helps Fortune 500 companies efficiently execute IT service management in a faster, more efficient and agile environment. The company has just received 8.5 million in funding and Gartner named them ‘Cool Vendor’ in IT Operations Management.

 

We are seeking experienced Sales Engineers (#21542) in multiple metro area to make a difference in a game changing career opportunity. The Senior Sales Engineer/Software Consultant will thrive in a fast-paced, performance-based sales environment. The successful candidate must possess the business and technical acumen to understand IT’s key transformational challenges with business critical custom applications, SaaS and Cloud. Read more »

Recruiting Priorities: Revolutionary Bicycle Design, Social Media & Video, BYOD, and Mobile Security Jobs 9-3-2013

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Redfish Technology Tuesday Jobs Madness

This week our top recruiting priorities are in Revolutionary Bicycle Design, Social Media & Video, BYOD, and Mobile Security: Embedded Systems Engineer – Revolutionary Bicycle Design; Software Engineers, Technical Operations, & Quality Assurance – Social Media & Video; Senior Sales Engineer – BYOD, Mobile Security; and Read more »

Recruiting, Staffing & Employment News – June 2013 Gathering Steam

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Recruiting, Staffing & Employment News – June 2013

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Redfish’s main recruiting in May involved Quality Assurance, Systems and other Software Engineers, as well as Delivery Managers. The main tech sectors where we were busiest include Cloud/Grid Computing, Performance Management Software, Network Intelligence, and 3D Mapping Software.

Tech sectors are steaming along, and the competition to hire talent is on-going. There is also a shortage of qualified talent in sectors like health care, biotech and cleantech.

The wider economy appears to be gathering steam as well. Indications of the recovery include the U.S. economy growth at a 2.4%, brisk vehicle sales, and very important real estate gains. The jobs report Friday showed that payrolls rose 175,000 last month after a revised 149,000 increase in April that was smaller than first estimated (private payrolls rose 178,000 after gaining 157,000 in April); the unemployment rate rose to 7.6 percent from 7.5 percent. Read more »

Tech Trends: Hiring and Salaries Projected to Increase in 2012 by Major Research Firms.

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Tech Trends

Hiring and Salaries Projected to Increase in 2012 by Major Research Firms.

 

The newly published Robert Half 2012 Technology Salary Guide provides projected average starting salary ranges for more than 70 IT positions and features the five mid- and senior-level tech professionals that are highest in demand. Mobile media is the main impetus for the highest growth technology, as smartphone use and tablet adoption continues to grow.

Average starting salaries for 2012 are predicted to go up over 2011 levels across the board. The Senior Management increases range from 3.0% to 3.9%, Applications Development functions between 2.0% for technical writers and 9.1% for mobile applications developers.

The tech industry paid an annual average wage of $86,800 in 2010, 93 percent more than the average private sector wage of $45,000 according to CyberStates 2011.

RHT forecasts that tech firms top hiring priorities (and starting salary ranges) in 2012 will be:

1. Systems Engineers ($70,250 – $102,000) and Networking Engineers ($75,000 – $107,750) Read more »