HireStarter has unique ways of knowing who’s looking for a job and who could be persuaded to look.
When today’s “traditional” search methods don’t get you what you need, we tap into our network to introduce you to a small handful of surprisingly qualified people you’ll actually want to hire. Then we help you show those people that your role is right for them.
HireStarter is a great partner to have supporting you in your career progression. Within a couple of months of working with HireStarter, they identified a fantastic career opportunity for me that turned out to be a perfect match. I trust HireStarter and I highly recommend them to anyone looking to enhance their career.
HireStarter did a great job of connecting me with a new position. They had a deep understanding of the people I'd be working for and what I'd be doing. They were very helpful in getting answers to my questions, making sure that the position was one I'd want, and getting me the offer I wanted.
As a hiring manager, I have worked with Hirestarter on multiple occasions and have found their candidates consistently rank at the top of the "to hire" list. This saves me time, and the company money.
I am always excited to receive a resume from Hirestarter because I know it will be on the mark. The talent we hire is the reason for our success. Hirestarter sets the bar for all other recruiting companies.
- VP of Development, Phurnace Software
Of all the recruiters I worked with Hirestarter was by far the most amenable, enthusiastic, and capable. Others only wanted to shoe-horn someone into a position, not find a match between myself, a culture and a role.
Hirestarter was succinct, professional, and helped quickly connect me with opportunities at smaller interesting companies in Austin. My latest position is an ideal fit with my career direction!
The list of good experiences I've had with recruiters is extremely short. HireStarter is at the top of that list. Unlike many of their peers, they actually listened to my feedback, provided valuable inside knowledge, and prepared me for the interview process.
I can’t say it any other way: Don’t renege on a start-up offer once you have accepted. If you only knew what the true reaction inside the company was to your decision, you wouldn’t do it. By declining an offer you’ve already accepted, you are burning a bridge, scorching a whole section of your network,…
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