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ReadyTalk Recruiting Wraps Up a Busy Year

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ReadyTalk Recruiting is busy getting ready for the New Year! We have a number of positions open and are looking for the top talent to fill these roles. We are primarily looking for Quality Assurance Engineers, specifically those with a good understanding of development and some exposure to Automation.

In addition to QA Engineers, we are looking for an Engineering Manager who is passionate about building teams around individuals who want to develop great, cross-platform software that gets used and embraced by customers.

And finally we are always looking for Software Developers for our Core and Conference Center teams. Check out the deets below! If you or anyone you know is interested in learning more please contact me directly at Catherine.harrison@readytalk.com OR my colleague Katie Green at katie.green@readytalk.com.

Beside focusing on finding the top talent RT Recruiting has had a very busy week within the community. Tuesday night we helped sponsor the Denver Java Users Group holiday party with a couple of our Software Engineers…. On Wednesday, we headed over to East High School  here in Denver to help prepare high school seniors with job interview techniques and resume tips. We learned about this awesome opportunity through Goodwill Denver. You can learn about other volunteer opportunities @GoodwillDenver. And on Thursday, we headed up to CU Boulder and delivered hot pizzas to the Computer Science lab where students were cramming for finals. The pizza was gone within 2 minutes of setting it down! It was awesome. I forgot how much college kids LOVE pizza...AND free food. Check out Katie getting ready for Finals with the rest of the CU Students…

I hope everyone has a safe and wonderful Holiday Season and we will see you in January!


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