Define the job. Executive working with a team, two women and one man.

You define the job and make the hiring decisions.

We can coach, guide and suggest, but at the end of the day, the hiring company decides whether to extend an offer and the candidate decides whether to accept. Placing a top candidate is our highest priority and we understand the somewhat limited nature of our role in the exercise.

We work with you to develop actionable selection criteria, source candidates by talking with them in depth and then share our perceptions with you, walk candidates through the screening and interview process, and do what we can to close the deal.

I am constantly hiring and it is critical to have a high signal-to-noise ratio when it comes to candidates. When it comes to sourcing, most recruiting firms don’t know the first thing about engineering or engineering culture; they look for higher-level fit patterns that rarely produce great candidates. Dave Perlman has been an engineer, has built teams and served as a CTO himself, so he gets what we’re looking for at every level. There is no substitute for hard-earned engineering leadership experience when sourcing the folks I want to hire, and it is Dave’s clear advantage.”

Andy Parsons CTO, Workframe