Hiring for tech roles as a non-technical recruiter is pretty scary stuff. How do you communicate with the tech folks in your company to understand their needs? How do you write a job ad (without copying another company)? And, more importantly, how do you find out if candidates have the right skill set if you don't fully understand what they do?
Want the confidence to talk the (tech) talk even if you don’t have a formal background in it? Join us for a 30-minute web event in which we guarantee you’ll learn:
- A simple trick that’ll help you better understand if someone is qualified for a tech role
- How to demystify tech jargon so that you can speak it as well as someone who’s been in the industry for 10 years
- 5 questions to help build a smarter tech job description that will attract the talent you really want
Jessie Pressman, the CEO and founder of Bite Size Learning , a company designed to help non-technical people feel more comfortable talking the language, will be sharing practical tips and advice that you can start using right away.
Space is limited to the first 200 people, and these events typically fill up within the first 48 hours. So, reserve your spot today.
How to Speak Tech: The Non-Technical Recruiters Guide to Hiring Tech Talent
Thursday March 26, 2015
1:30 PM (Eastern Time)
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