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Closing top technical talent – when, who, why and how

As we all know, it is a super competitive market for tech talent. Being able to quickly understand candidate motivators and effectively sell throughout the process is key to landing great talent in this environment. Want to hear how to close candidates and coach managers/interviewers to help in the recruiting process? 

Sign up for this webinar where our speaker will be sharing the best tips for closing tech talent. We will cover the below:

  • Understanding the market, what type of talent to target + your company’s value add to candidates
  • How to uncover candidate motivators quickly
  • When to close, how to close + how to coach hiring managers to help you close 
  • Closing in different scenarios: startup vs big 4 tech company, junior vs senior candidates, etc.
  • Multiple offers, compensation, benefits + intangibles

About the Speaker

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    Domina McQuade

    Technical Recruiter, Microsoft

    A pilot turned recruiter, Domina has been a full-cycle recruiter for 7 years and at Microsoft for 3.5 years. She has recruited for SWEs, TPMs, SREs, Content Devs, Azure Advocates, and non-tech roles and was managing Design recruiting for all of MSFT up until recently, but just took over being the lead recruiter for Azure datacenters. Recruiting is her second career love and she loves everything about recruiting be it building relationships with candidates, business leaders, and stakeholders. She is fond of finding people their dream job, the strategy, consulting and helping shape the skillset and culture of a team. Oh, and she loves the thrill of closing.  Her biggest strengths as a recruiter are building creative recruiting plans to meet demand, knowledge of competitors and closing. She is super passionate about candidate experience, diversity, and fast/efficient recruiting processes. Outside of work, she likes spending her free time wrangling her spirited toddler and Wheaten Terrier.