Below is a link to Xtra Effort’s client hiring needs for the month of July. It’s in a spreadsheet format.
As a reminder/frame of reference, Xtra Effort clients are high growth, enterprise scale technology companies (products and services) that hire Sales, Sales Engineers, and Professional Services personnel throughout the USA’s major hubs.
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Kevin Jordan receives a $500 Xtra Effort Amazon.com Gift Card for referring Sales Executive with Application Security experience in TX
Hiring managers may find this LINK to be helpful when deciding on compensation for their hiring requirements.
The spreadsheet provides detail behind a large sampling of Xtra Effort’s 2014 client hiring requirements; including Sales, Sales Engineering, and Professional Service career positions across small to medium sized, high growth enterprise technology centric companies.
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Paresh Nana receives $500 Amazon.com Gift Certificate as part of Xtra Effort Candidate Referral Program
CSO Magazine article about five fixes to enterprise security heavily supports Xtra Effort client value proposition
I am no security expert, but this article makes a lot of sense, particularly about enterprises needing to improve security incident response (“Fix #3″) and shifting to data-based decision making (“fix #5″). It also seems to align with Xtra Effort’s new client, a VC backed enterprise security technology company dedicated to real time attack prevention. They … Continue Reading
Anyone capable of creating charts of this March’s Xtra Effort Enterprise Technology Client Sales, Sales Engineering, and PS Hiring Requirements?
Xtra Effort March Enterprise Technology Client Sales_Sales Engineering_and PS Hiring Requirements provides safe access to an Excel spreadsheet that summarizes Xtra Effort’s current enterprise technology client Sales, Sales Engineering, and Professional Services Recruiting requirements – nationally. It includes 47 job requirements across 29 unique clients. The Columns: -Category of need, i.e., Sales versus Sales Engineering versus … Continue Reading