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ReadyTalk Recruiters at CU

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This week the ReadyTalk Engineering Recruitment Team headed up to CU Boulder to participate in the CU Boulder Department of Engineering Resume Critique. We were lucky enough to meet several bright and ambitious engineering students looking for feedback on how to improve the look and content of their resumes. This fantastic event was held at the CU Boulder campus in the Center for Community.

Come and join us on Wednesday, Oct 5 for the CU Boulder Career Fair. We are currently looking for talent to join our Intern team for the summer of 2012.  From the very first week, our interns will be working on their own Scrum team. They will be given a product idea, some foundation code to build on, a couple of very involved product owners, a dedicated scrum master, a mentor team to provide technical guidance and a lot of freedom. They will get the opportunity to present their final product to the whole team their last week on the job. This year’s interns will have a lot to live up to from our interns of 2011, where the team exceeded all expectations.

In addition to Interns, we are currently looking to hire full time on our Client and Server side for both Software Engineers and Quality Assurance Engineers. Check out our careers page  for details.

Along with our ReadyTalk Recruiting Blog you can also follow us on Twitter @RTRecruiting. You can constantly track our progress in memorizing Pi…which we have not made a lot of progress on over the last few weeks. Please see our inspiration to learning Pi in the picture below! Best T-shirt ever…

 

Katie Green is part of the ReadTalk Recruiting Team (AKA the Beaphins)  She has been in the recruiting industry for 10 years and has developed a strong interest in technology and technical recruitment. When she isn’t searching for technical talent for ReadyTalk you might find her at the tennis court, playing volleyball or learning a new song on guitar!


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