Help Women Find Work In Technology Girls in Tech Jobs Board

Tech is Bulking Up Workforces to Weather COVID's Impact on Existing Employees

SAN FRANCISCO, Girls in Tech, a world non-profit bringing the world together through training and experiences, these days launched the Girls in Tech Jobs Board that fits agencies with certified talent at every stage of their career, such as interns, current university graduates, these in search of a profession trade or re-entering the workforce, and government stage candidates. Candidates can discover lots of jobs listed on the site, which include from Amazon, Cisco, Glossier, Jam City, Micro Focus, Nutanix, Openpay, Square, Taulia, Twitter, and UC Berkeley.

"Providing guide in hiring, recruitment and job search efforts has constantly been a priority for Girls in Tech, and these days we're taking similarly action with the launch of the Jobs Board to help address the wishes of both job seekers and corporations rattled with the aid of the COVID-19 pandemic," said Adriana Gascoigne, founder and CEO of Girls in Tech. "For companies, they can rapidly perceive first-rate full-time and part-time intelligence to galvanize their workforces ahead of surges in COVID-19 and flu season, which will put personnel out sick, maybe for prolonged periods of time. For job seekers, we offer a extremely good variety of on the spot openings from many of the main businesses in technology."

"Women are disproportionately impacted by using this pandemic as they bear the brunt of parenting and household duties and in many instances, proceed to be paid inequitably," stated Janice Bryant Howroyd, ActOne Group Founder and CEO, and Girls in Tech board member. "Women chance dropping many years of development in the battle for place of work equality and this is specifically actual for these in technology, the place the stability of electricity is already significantly misaligned."

For employers searching to fill positions, the Girls in Tech Jobs Board points limitless candidate profile searches, job highlights and pinned posts, "urgent" job flags, and an easy-to-navigate dashboard. For job seekers, the Jobs Board boasts unlimited get right of entry to to job search and employers, comprehensive candidate profile, a Job Seeker dashboard to view utility history, and personalized job signals based totally on preferences.

Girls in Tech is re-launching its industry-leading Mentorship Program this fall definitely online to join mentors with mentees. This program provides to mentees new opportunities, networking, connections, capabilities trip and more. The application is targeted on putting goals, and topics encompass superb leadership, dynamic communication, emotional intelligence and empathy, stress management, and reflection and self-awareness techniques and tools.

In order to assist more ladies reap their profession aspirations, the Girls in Tech community is evolving to be extra representative of the growing function technological know-how plays in nearly each company in almost each and every industry.

"Technology historically described a very precise type of company, but nowadays science is an vital skill wanted to varying degrees with the aid of almost each and every person in an organization," said Gascoigne. "Girls in Tech acknowledges this splendid momentum of technology and is increasing to be greater inclusive of all sectors of commercial enterprise in the hopes we may also assist even extra women seeking futures in their chosen profession path."

Girls in Tech lately brought Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers CEO Raquel Tamez and Trend Micro SVP of Global Alliances Sanjay Mehta to its board of directors. This follows latest additions of ActOne Founder & CEO Janice Bryant Howroyd; Twitter's Vice President of Inclusion & Diversity Candi Castleberry-Singleton; and, Guidewire Software's Chief Evangelist Laura Drabik. They be a part of an already prestigious board comprised of Sandy Carter, Girls in Tech Board Chair & Vice President at Amazon Web Services; Alyson Welch, Vice President of Sales at Twilio; Stephen Snyder, CFO at Addepar; Sastry Durvasula, Global Chief Technology and Digital Officer at McKinsey & Company; Darrell Mockus, CTO of The Myers-Briggs Company's Innovation Labs; Donna Boyer, Vice President Product at Stitch Fix; Jonathan Abrams, Managing Partner, Founders Den; Kim DeCarlis, CMO of PerimeterX; Mayumi Hiramatsu, Vice President at Amazon Web Services; Susie Wee, CTO at Cisco's DevNet; communications strategist Julie Mathis; and, Adriana Gascoigne, Founder & CEO. 

Post a Comment