THE FUTURE OF TECH RECRUITING IS AN EVENT ABOUT THE FUTURE OF THE IT RECRUITING BUSINESS.
Tech Recruiter Society (TRS) is bringing recruiting leaders from the field of technical recruiting to engage in a panel conversation about the field and where it is headed. The talks will focus on sharing actionable advice for recruiters and are likely to be too in depth for those who do not recruit for a living. Please register to join us for a night of awesome recruiting talks, prizes, refreshments & drinks.
More event information can be found here: http://future.techrecruiter.org/
The theme of discussion for this event will be the future of technical recruiting. We've brought a group of leaders who are solving very interesting problems and are excited to speak on this issue.
Consultant at VonChurch, Inc.
Ross began his recruiting career in Columbus, Ohio in 2007 for Kforce, a nationally based recruiting firm focused in the Information Technology industry. In 2011, he was promoted to Market Manager, where he was asked to grow the recruiting practice and develop a team of recruiters. In March of 2012, he became the Recruiting Division Lead of the Freelance Tech Division for VonChurch. In March of 2013, he moved into the Director of Freelance Tech group responsible for the overall growth of the business and its recruiting team.
CEO & Co-Founder of Venturocket
California-licensed attorney. Science & engineering geek. UCLA Bruin. Apple. Quora. HackerNews. The Economist. TopGear. Must be placed in direct sunlight. Marc will talk about the problems facing the job market today, especially (a) job seekers can apply everywhere (résumé spam) and (b) too expensive, i.e., people pay for things they don't even get. He will also pitch about VenturRocket and show what they're trying to do.
CEO at SwoopTalent
Stacy Chapman is CEO at SwoopTalent, a social sourcing and referrals platform. Before joining Swoop, Stacy spent ten years in strategic workforce planning, helping GE, McDonald's, Microsoft, Starbucks and many, many other organizations better prepare for the future workforce. Before that, she was in strategy with PeopleSoft. She is a Senior Fellow in Human Capital at The Conference Board, and is widely published on the future workforce. Lately, Stacy has been most passionate about big data, social recruiting and sourcing. Oh, and she is and inveterate dogsitter and an Australian, so typically will work for wine. She will speak on Big Data, Skills Shortages, Automation, Globalization, personalization, turbulence and adaptability in the job market.
Senior Recruiting and Sourcing Consultant
Recruiting Lead, Senior Recruiter, or Recruiting Strategist who frequents the Tech Recruiter Society often with his charm and wit. Some of his accolades includes having Developed the Recruiting Process Methodology (a comprehensive open-source roadmap of recruiting), the Agile Recruiting Manifesto and the Robust Recruiting Guide (roadmaps for recruiting best-practices), and has co-created the field of Behavioral Recruiting (the application of Behavioral Economics, Cognitive Science, and Neuroscience to recruiting), and Generally Accepted Recruiting Practices (GARPs). He has had an article published in Journal of Corporate Recruiting Leadership (www.crlj.com), and is an occasional author and frequent contributor to ERE (www.ere.net)
CEO of Candidate Metrics
David founded Candidate Metrics to match amazing companies with amazing talent through the power of candidate assessments. Previously, David has worked on engineering and product at runcoach, mSpot, Scalent Systems, and AOL. He has an MBA from Stanford and a CS degree from Princeton.
Founder of Tech Recruiter Society
Michael will briefly speak about why the Tech Recruiter Society was founded and how it integrates with software engineering community organizations formed nationwide to facilitate more hiring and recruiting best practices.
Michael is the Founder of the Tech Recruiter Society, his own Web development and marketing company out of San Francisco, Become Noticed, Bay Area Software Engineers (BASE) group in San Francisco, and New York Software Engineers group just to name a few. He is also a Web developer specializing in HTML5, PHP, and database development.
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Tech Recruiter Society is Growing
Our group has grown by leaps and bounds this past year and we are proud to announce that Tech Recruiter Society (TRS) now has three chapters, one in San Francisco/Silicon Valley, Boston, and New York City. We couldn't do it without our members and we want to thank you for being apart of this growing organization.