Many of our clients need help identifying a single person with a specific skillset. Others are looking for an entire team that we help to manage. We are happy to do either, and
we can also take responsibility for entire software projects and assemble our own teams to manage the effort from start to finish. Our recruiters can handle any of these scenarios
and we’re flexible about putting together options based on what our clients need help with.
Much of our business involves placing consultants with clients who only need the person for a period of time on a contract basis. However, we also fill full time employee positions
and "contract to hire" positions where a person starts out as a contractor but can then convert to your employee if everything is going well.
Do you need another Java Developer to join a large team? Did your boss tell you to hire a DevOps Engineer, but you’re not even sure what that means? Do you have one application
built with an oddball technology that the rest of your team doesn’t use? Don’t worry, we can help. We are constantly talking to people across the full range of IT roles and keeping
abreast of new and emerging technologies. Below is a sampling of the types of people we have placed with our clients:
- Business Analysts
- Project Managers
- Scrum Masters
- Project Coordinators
- UI Developers
- .NET Developers
- Java Developers
- PHP Developers
- C++ Developers
- DevOps Engineers
- QA Testers
- Network Engineers
- Database Administrators
- Data Modelers
There are a lot of IT staffing companies out there. Some do a better job than others when it comes to understanding your requirements and providing properly qualified candidates.
Have you ever gotten a resume that completely misses the mark? Have you ever taken the time to speak with a candidate only to determine that their resume dramatically over-represents
their skills? Yeah, that sounds familiar.
At SwitchLane, we are capable of technically screening our candidates. Most staffing firms only involve salespeople and recruiters in the process, most of whom don’t know a whole
lot more about technology than your grandmother does. In contrast, we have senior technical people with lots of experience that can be inserted into the recruiting process to
determine if a candidate can actually do what their resume claims. Our goal is to provide you with a small number of well-screened candidates that hit the bullseye rather than a
large number of poorly-screened candidates that you have to waste time going through.