3+ yrs experience in IT
Good experience in Manual Testing & Product Testing is must.
Excellent at writing Testcases
Good experience in Database Testing and writing simple queries
Understand the various Testing processes and terminologies.
Perform various levels of testing (stress, Functional, system, regression, user acceptance, etc.)
Log necessary, timely, critical Problem Reports into the defect tracking system.
Added by Sabareesh on August 14, 2009 at 7:49am —
How to interview like you are in show business!
My wife Kyle recently attended a writer’s workshop in Portland, Oregon where she got the opportunity… Continue
Added by Michael VanDervort on August 13, 2009 at 10:08pm —
I recently read an article written by Jonathan Littman and Mark Hershon, summarizing their new book called “I Hate You.” This comedic take on a traditional workplace self-help book shows you how to identify the “Ten Least Wanted” --the people you hate in the workplace--while revealing the strategies to neutralize them.
It got me to thinking about identifying candidates in a similar light. In uncertain and stressful times especially, people aren’t on their best behavior, and this poor… Continue
Added by Mindy Slobodkin Fineout on August 13, 2009 at 6:00pm —
Hello and good day!
Brian will be lead presenter at http://www.opportunitiesknocking.com/events.shtml?id=2
Do you need a Headhunter?
The program will help you learn how to find a Recruiter that can introduce you to appropriate candidate employers, and give you insight into "The Mind of the Recruiter."
* Why you work with a Headhunter?
* How does the job search typically flow when you use a Headhunter?--start to finish?
* How to locate… Continue
Added by Brian K. Johnston on August 13, 2009 at 12:56pm —
Recruiters crave feedback during the interview process, and why not? As contingency recruiters we are always accessing where our energies and efforts have taken us on a recruiting project and deciding if we need to continue recruiting, move towards an offer between both parties or simply move on to a new project altogether. However, most people mistakenly assume that feedback is only for the recruiter’s benefit when in reality it should be a prime concern for both the company and the candidate… Continue
Added by bill martineau on August 13, 2009 at 11:18am —
Hi Everyone, I was just reading about John Sumser's "Key Influencers" project, and I have to say, I'm jealous. I'm envious. I help who ever will listen, try to keep active within my network, etc. etc. etc. How do I get on that list? No, how do I even get on the radar? Your opinions? your thoughts? your guidance? feel free to respond here, or my blog page.… Continue
Added by Konstantinos Kasekas on August 13, 2009 at 10:30am —
The following graduate business schools’ resume book databases have been or will be released during the next month:
Resume Books Available Now:
(in alphabetical order)
UT at Austin - McCombs School of Business… Continue
Added by Ryan Pratt on August 13, 2009 at 9:09am —
Last year, I didn’t go to recruitfest. But I heard about it. A lot. Still do a year later. In the words of Barney Stinson, it was Legend (wait for it) dary.
This year – more legends are sure to be made with an amazing lineup of recruiting leaders guiding us on the journey that is an unconference. No stuffy conference rooms, no hiding in back, no boring powerpoints – just actual learning and interaction While I am excited for everyone –… Continue
Added by Sarah White on August 13, 2009 at 8:30am —
If there's one thing I've learned about employment branding in reality, it's that an employment brand alone really won't get you anywhere.
You might have your ad agency put together a fancy ad that resembles the key points of your employment brand and has imagery that encompasses the culture of your company. But even that only gets you so far.
There comes a point in a candidate's experience of your employment brand's message that they either buy into and believe your… Continue
Added by ryanchartrand on August 12, 2009 at 7:04pm —
Among the all-time debates with no answers such as: nature or nurture; chicken or egg and of course DiMaggio or Mays there remains the nagging one of hiring or retention.
What is tougher, making a good hiring decision or retaining "A" players once you find them? These are issues that probably have been studied, surveyed, poked and prodded by more organizations than have sworn off applicant matching systems, attitude surveys and exit interviews… Continue
Added by Dave Opton on August 12, 2009 at 3:30pm —
We are a global higher education company headquartered in Baltimore, MD. Most of our HR professionals reside in Baltimore but we currently have openings all over the globe. Do any HR professionals have recommendations on a Global Applicant tracking system that they have used? Any sales professionals who email or call off of this blog will be ignored.
Added by Christian Dubbs on August 12, 2009 at 3:12pm —
The HRchitect Beauty Pageant series of webinars, which has become the buzz of the industry, returns after a two month summer hiatus.
This series of webinars covers a different area of HR technology with each event. The concept allows attendees to see presentations from up to six leading vendors in a fun and informative format where the audience votes on the winner at the conclusion.
In November, iCIMS won the Talent Acquisitions Systems pageant and Cornerstone OnDemand won… Continue
Added by Matt Lafata on August 12, 2009 at 2:17pm —
Hi hope my blog should be useful to all
Added by Murugan Kesavan on August 12, 2009 at 1:46pm —
If you are looking for candidates holding a PHD or a Master’s degree with research or teaching experience then this post will help you to learn an efficient way to search for resumes on college and university websites.
I will demonstrate how to do this with Boolean search strings on search engines such as Google. To do this, you have to have a basic knowledge of Boolean search, and if you lack this experience I recommend to use our tool… Continue
Added by Rami Madi on August 12, 2009 at 12:30pm —
Business Development Managers/Account Managers, Client Relationship experts/Sales/Full Desk Recruiting Professionals with proven experience in building new business within the staffing/recruiting industry.
We are looking for experienced Sales/Account Managers/Business Development professionals for a new virtual Talent Acquisition firm. Do not miss the opportunity to make well over 6 figures within your 1st year!! The economy is turning around for the better… Continue
Added by Kim on August 12, 2009 at 12:04pm —
I like to see myself as an open person, willing to try things, willing to take feedback on board, give it a try.
When I was younger and not as confident, I would take things said to me as gospel, especially as I moved into a Corporate environment, where coming from the Agency world I did feel like a fish out of water initially. I was probably treated that way too, you know, a Agency Recruiter in an HR world. I was viewed with suspicion. Too Salesy to fit within the HR world. Feedback… Continue
Added by Dan Nuroo on August 12, 2009 at 11:04am —
I find Twitter
fascinating. I see it as many different things ranging from a search engine to an instant messaging device to a blogging platform to a time suck. And while these are just a few of the things that I myself have used it for - I love them all.
One of the first things recruiters have been struggling to understand since it's release is if… Continue
Added by RecruiterGuy on August 12, 2009 at 9:00am —
Added by Dave Mendoza on August 12, 2009 at 4:30am —
Trust me on this. You have never had a test of your leadership until you have managed a recruitment business through a recession.
It’s beyond tough. Balancing falling revenues while trying to retain key staff. Communicating critical fee generation targets while at the same time not “spooking” the troops and leaving people depressed and panicky. And then there is the myriad of decisions about cost control, pricing levels, and strategy.
Really, who would want to be running a… Continue
Added by Greg Savage on August 12, 2009 at 3:31am —
I've started a series where I interview the every day job seeker and have them share what's worked in their job search. Thought you'd find it interesting.
Thank you again for taking the time to share with us what you've done to land your job.
Can you give a brief over view of your background and the circumstances that led to your unemployment?
My background is electrical engineering, my degree is from RWTH Aachen University in Germany. I… Continue
Added by Duane Roberts on August 12, 2009 at 1:58am —