Dallas, TX, April 21, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Obi Ogbanufe the author of "Technology Made Simple for the Technical Recruiter" announces that her book which focuses on enhancing the technical skills of corporate, agency, contract recruiters and HR organizations is now available on Amazon’s Kindle and Barnes and Noble’s NookBook.
Technical professionals have long since been requesting that “Technical recruiters understand IT better.” In response to this comes this guidebook for technical recruiters, written from the perspective of both a technology professional and a technical recruiter. It is an IT training guide for IT Recruiters who want to keep their skills up-to-date in the competitive field of IT Staffing and Recruiting.
In this book, recruiters not only learn technology terminologies as it relates to roles, like database, software development, ERP, software testing and other crucial skill sets, there’s also samples of technical prescreening/screening questions to ask candidates, technical assessments of candidates, (samples can be downloaded today at http://technicalrecruitingbook.com/resources/it-recruiters-only/technical-screening/).
Responding to another comment from a technical professional, “the most important thing a recruiter can do is to really understand what the job will be and then properly communicate that information to me,” this book teaches IT recruiters how to read between the lines of technical job descriptions and resumes in order to perform a job description match; and also provides sample questions to ask hiring managers to better understand the job description requirements.
Technology Made Simple for the Technical Recruiter, previously published and released in print version in July 2010 by iUniverse was written recognizing the knowledge gap between the technical professional, technical recruiter, and the hiring managers.
“My mission with this book is to increase the rate at which technical recruiters are able to realistically match candidates to job descriptions, and the confidence to communicate unrealistic technical requirements goals to hiring managers,” says Obi Ogbanufe, the author of Technology Made Simple for the Technical Recruiter.