Recruiter in Residence
Designed to help growth stage tech companies source and recruit passive talent on a global scale.
Recruiter in Residence is a tactical program designed to provide growth stage BC Tech member companies, with coaching, mentoring, and best practices to source, identify and successfully hire globally located passive talent. The program is facilitated by Recruiters with over 10 years of tech industry experience. A passive candidate is someone who is being considered for a position but is not actively searching for a job. Finding passive talent requires a dedicated and customized approach which can be quite difficult and time-consuming for smaller, growth stage organizations with limited to no employment brand.
BC Tech has partnered with Creative Technology Resources to deliver coaching, mentorship, and best practices for the program. With over 10 years of recruiting experience each, Nathalie and David will be able to guide and answer all of your questions on how to grow and scale your team.
How it works
Priority will be given to BC Tech member companies between 10-100 employees, though non-member companies can apply for support and our Member Experience team will be in touch. Companies will have two options on how they can engage with the program:
OPTION 1: A free 60-minute, 1:1 consultation with a Recruiter. Examples of topics are listed under ‘What you get’ and available time slots are listed below.
Available Time Slots:
- Thursday, January 11th from 12pm-2pm
- February TBD
OPTION 2: A free 2-hour best practices, hands-on workshop. There is an upcoming session on Thursday, January 11th from 3pm – 5pm on Implementing a bulletproof interview process for tech hires. More dates coming soon.
Apply for the engagement that most interests you via the application below. Your first engagement is complimentary once we confirm availability and the approval of your application.
If you have a more complex recruiting challenge, you can engage a Recruiter via BC Tech’s preferred partner rate for further training or customized recruitment needs.
What you get
The Recruiter in Residence program gives you the same advantage as hiring a Senior Recruiter with 10+ years of specialized tech industry experience to help grow and scale your business. It’s a customized “coach approach” where you’ll be mentored for the duration of the engagement adding strategic and tactical skills, and the tools of the trade to source, identify and successfully recruit passive talent.
If the talent is outside of Canada, BC Tech is also a recognized Immigration Referral Partner and can expedite the process of getting key identified talent into BC.
Some of the topics that could be covered in your 1:1 consultation include:
- Sourcing Talent: How do I find passive talent? Tips, tricks, and tools.
- Interview Skills 101
- Your Employment Brand: Why does it matter?
- Legalities of hiring: (High Level)Do’s, don’ts, privacy etc…
- The passive candidate Experience:
- Defining the interview process
- Ensuring internal stakeholders are aligned prior to the interview on role requirements and must haves
- The importance of positive onboarding
- Sourcing Talent: finding passive talent
- Foreign Worker Recruitment:
- Guidance on navigating this source of talent
- Critical first steps to take before starting this hiring process
- Job offers: How to ensure you successfully close the deal
- Salary banding: what does it cost?
- Role definitions: What type of talent do I need? Writing the opportunity profile and preparing your pitch
If a 1-hour session is not enough, you will have the option to engage a Recruiter via a preferred partner rate for BC Tech members.
Another option is a 2-hour, hands-on workshop. Examples of hands-on workshop topics:
Thursday, January 11th from 3pm – 5pm – Implementing a bulletproof interview process for tech hires.
More topics and dates to follow for December and January!
Who qualifies to apply for this program and who is it best suited for?
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Who should attend the 1:1 coaching sessions with the recruiter?
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What kind of time will I need to invest in the program?
I need more help. How do I get more help to support my hiring needs?
BC Tech and the Recruiter will review your request and if approved, you will be provided with a project proposal and quote at a preferred rate. If you accept the proposal, you will work directly with the Recruiter to fulfill your hiring needs as proposed.