I’m very excited to offer an interactive platform to share strategic advice that will benefit startups as well any high growth technology company looking to attract the best candidates.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 29, 2012
Scott Robarge, a talent consultant with over 15 years of experience as an in-house and agency recruiter, is launching a new technology recruiting blog at http://www.scottrobarge.com. Scott Robarge has a proven track record of enabling companies to enhance and meet their talent acquisition goals. For the last 12 years, he’s focused on building strong teams of diverse individuals for a variety of high tech clients, including: eBay, Oracle, Siebel Systems, Sun Microsystems, BEA, Veritas.
In addition, Scott Robarge's skills in establishing recruitment processes and implementing technology have made him a highly sought after recruiting professional.
“I’m very excited to offer an interactive platform to share strategic advice that will benefit startups as well any high growth technology company looking to attract the best candidates, while also assisting individuals looking to understand how to find their dream job at some of the world’s most innovative and forward thinking companies,” says Mr. Robarge.
At his previous position as the Recruiting Operations and Technology Manager at salesforce.com, Scott Robarge primarily focused on global recruitment processes. He performed all global recruiter training on process and techniques relating to recruiting and sourcing technology and tools. In addition, Scott Robarge was responsible for defining and driving technology, and conducting process improvement and operational efficiencies in salesforce.com's Worldwide Recruiting organization.
Prior to Salesforce.com, Scott Robarge co-founded Alpine Recruiting, a full-service boutique recruiting firm that specialized in providing technology, sales, marketing and operations professionals for Fortune 500 and pre-IPO clients.
“I have spent my entire professional career helping technology companies scale and staff their organizations to meet their current and long term recruiting goals,” explains Mr. Robarge, “I look forward to sharing my thoughts and ideas with the followers of this technology recruiting blog, on Twitter at: http://www.twitter.com/#!/scottrobarge or YouTube at: http://www.youtube.com/user/scottrobarge