Businesses partner with PMC IT Solutions to develop long term recruitment strategies that are essential to sourcing and securing top talent in the IT market. Our consultants, who have an average tenure of 20 years in the recruitment industry in addition to having hands on experience in the field of IT, understand how critical and crucial each hire is. We spend the time to understand your business and your goals in order to find the best recruitment solutions to meet your needs and budget whether it is sourcing for contract consultants for projects and staff augmentation or permanent full time employees to join your team.
There is not an overabundance of superior talent in the business, there are a few. At PMC IT Solutions, we use a targeted approach to recruit the few to ensure that your time is well spent when you are reviewing and interviewing the candidates represented by PMC IT Solutions. As true business partners, our success is based on your success, which is why we make sure we deliver the best candidates available.
PMC IT Solutions have had successes in the following roles:
- IT Directors
- VPs of IT
- Program and Project Managers
- Project coordinators
- Development Managers
- Infrastructure/Operations Managers
- DBAs and Database specialists
- Business Intelligence Specialists
- Business System Analysts/Business Analysts
- Business Process Improvement Specialists
- Network and Systems Analysts
- Product Managers
- Technical Writers/Documentation Specialists
- Quality Assurance Analysts
- Support specialists
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