A recruitment agency’s main aim is to build long-term relationships with clients and candidates and bridge the gap between the two with maximum efficiency and confidentiality. With over a decade of experience within the recruitment industry, VacancyCentre has built a name for itself by growing its team – now specialising within its 6 core sectors, namely Banking and Finance, Legal and Compliance, iGaming, IT, Sales and Marketing, and Administration.
Over the years, with constant innovation and upgrades in the IT industries, employers’ needs have changed. From being able to recruit employees directly, the increasing demand for new-generation tech professionals, including developers, has made it difficult to select the right person for the right job with so much talent in one country. This is where a recruitment agency such as VacancyCentre comes in. Specialising in all levels of Information Technology including Entry, Junior, Intermediate and Senior opportunities, our specialized tech team make a constant effort to build relationships with a variety of applicants from different backgrounds, allowing for a wider range of suitable candidates for our clients. Some of the popular IT jobs right now are Java developer jobs and PHP developer jobs.
As part of the recruitment process, recruiters understand clients’ needs, add a web listing of your vacancy; screen applications; interview candidates; and short-list candidates to clients, all while keeping their commitment to providing quality services to clients.
In fact, most jobs nowadays require a certain level of essential computer skills, be it an Office Administrator with basic knowledge in Microsoft Office programs, or a Marketing Executive with knowledge of Search Engine Optimisation, basic Web Development and Social Media. In recent years, secondary and tertiary educational institutes have added IT skills as part of their curriculum, however anyone that had attended schooling prior to this time, would have had to choose to focus on studying IT to possess these skills unless they gathered particular expertise from work experience.
Luckily, there are a multitude of ways that job seekers and applicants alike can improve their tech knowledge, and in turn improve their chances at scoring new career opportunities. Evening part-time courses are one way to have practical, one-on-one tutoring in this regard. On the other hand, online courses are great for individuals that have full time careers and perhaps don’t necessarily have the means to get to classes at certain times during the day. There are both paid and cost-free courses on the internet – some of which are available through CodeAcademy, Udemy and Alison, amongst others – as well as free blogs that are focused around learning web design, programming and development.
VacancyCentre supports its candidates and offers competitive opportunities to relevant applicants in the Information Technology industry. Feel free to browse our current jobs in Business Intelligence, Data Analysis, Frontend Development, Network and Infrastructure, Software Development, Systems Administration and Technical Support. For more information email us at [email protected] or contact us on (+356) 2123-2224/5.