Discover IT Roles Every Recruiter And HR Specialist Needs To Know To Attract More Candidates, Source Effectively, And Ask Smart Questions During Interviews.
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Are you sometimes wondering who is a Backend developer or what frameworks do Frontend developers use?
If you have NOT been working in IT in the last 10 years, you will find this module helpful... because I will walk you through the most common IT roles.
I will explain who is the person, what programming languages or software frameworks do they use... and how can you have meaningful small-talk with them.
Don't Worry About Looking Like A Fool Anymore... When Talking To IT Professionals!
Can You Say What Do These IT Specialists Do At Work?
What tools, programming languages and software frameworks do they use?
The following IT roles are included in this course:
- Backend developer
- Frontend developer
- Fullstack developer
- Web developer
- Product owner
- Scrum Master
- VP of Engineering
- Product manager
- Project manager
- Software tester
- Database developer
- Database administrator
- Business analyst
- System analyst
- IT support specialist
- UX designer
- UI designer
If you are an HR specialist or a Recruiter, it's essential you know what are the differences between these roles and their specifics.
But don't worry, even if you haven't spent years working in IT, we've got you covered!
Enroll in this course now and you will learn a lot about the IT roles.
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Frequently Asked Questions
1. What should I expect from this course?
It includes 18 of the most common IT roles. As a recruiter, you should get familiar with these roles, be able to make meaningful small-talk next time you meet these people during a meetup or an interview. That's why you are supposed to answer a few questions for each role. If you cannot answer, watch an accompanying video (scan a QR code attached in the Guide).
2. I don't intend to code, is that OK?
We don't teach recruiters any programming skills. The purpose of our training (and these mind maps) is to teach how to interact with IT folks, how to speak to software developers with confidence, and generally to understand the technologies they work with. As a result, the recruiters who go through our program can source, recruit, and fill in more IT positions.