Talented engineers are a hot commodity right now, especially in NYC. And since the job economy is doing so well, candidates still have so many opportunities to choose between.
We've been using a variety of ways to get in touch with engineers in our stack:
-Inclusive job posts (devoid of years of experience)
-Trusted 3rd Party Technical Recruiters
-Reaching out directly to you in any way imaginable! (it's called sourcing)
I imagine it must get tiring to hear from recruiter after recruiter all boasting about how great their opportunity is for you, and how you'd be a "perfect fit" on the team.
I'm actually curious to hear from you. From the tech stack or team, to the company's mission or interesting technical challenges... what do you look for in a company when you're on the job search?