I just got this email on my DeveloperAuction.com email account…
- Unsolicited, “blind” resume with the engineer’s contact details removed, typical example of resumes getting shopped around
- For a person with skills that we don’t require (we don’t have any advertised job openings)
- Sent to someone (me) with a huge database of tech talent who is trying to put clueless recruiters like these out of business
My name is Audrey Panzeri and I am a recruiter for high tech startups. I wanted to reach out and see if you have an interest in a candidate I’m working with out of Apple. He is a PM/PMM looking for a earlier stage company where he can make a larger impact. He has experience working on cross platform (OS10, iOS, and iCloud) applications and on both consumer and enterprise products. He also has a great education out of Princeton.
I’m not sure where you are with your hiring needs or if he’s a fit but I would love the chance to chat. Thanks and I look forward to your feedback.
Attachments: Candidate 365815 (Blind #240820).DOC
Really excited about the progress that we’re making.
Speaking at Dublin Web Summit about The War for Tech Talent. Polling the audience about who is hiring software engineers…
Great write-up about what we’re trying to do.
Post by Peter Diamandis based on an interview I did with him.
Awesome to be recognized on the Empact 100 list and to be invited to the White House.
Huge thanks to Keith Wellman and the entire Simpleology.com team for donating $5000 to Doctors Without Borders for a 1-hour interview with me.
I’ll update this post once my interview is posted.
My new business, taking on recruiting, and focusing on both sides of the equation (rather than one).
Our goal is to help elite developers quickly vet offers and compare them side-by-side in an efficient, competitive process so that we ultimately become the preferred way for them to job hunt.
Amazing level of demand for something new and better in the tech recruiting space. The status quo is so bad and so broken right now, it’s time for a fresh approach.