Technical Recruiter


What is a Technical Recruiter?

A Technical Recruiter is responsible for sourcing, recruiting, and screening applicants for various technical positions, including software engineers, system administrators, computer programmers, and database administrators. A technical recruiter works with search firms or other placement agencies, and determines optimum recruitment method to develop and maintain a highly qualified candidate pool.

What Does a Technical Recruiter Do?

A Technical Recruiter is a person who achieves staffing objectives by recruiting and evaluating job candidates; advising managers; managing relocations and intern programs. He also develops long-tail relationships that may lead to hiring or further networking down the road. Furthermore, a technical recruiter participates in implementing new recruiting technology, such as applicant tracking systems and screening tools.

How Do I Hire a Technical Recruiter?

As an employer, the first qualification you should look for in a candidate is a bachelor's degree in psychology, human resources, communications, business or a related field. As for skills, training, customer service, talent management, and employee relations are essential. And finally, a working experience in recruitment. If you're looking to hire the most suitable technical recruiter for your needs at the least time possible, and in the most convenient way, seek the service of an outsourcing company.

How Much Does a Technical Recruiter Cost?

The cost of a Technical Recruiter depends on educational background and experience, although in some companies experience has a moderate effect on pay for this job. The highest paying skills associated with this job are Information Technology (IT) Support and Full-Cycle Recruiting.