Why to Find Your Next IT Job with Noble Hire


Why to Find Your Next IT Job with Noble Hire

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So, let’s say you work in IT. You get 3 texts per week on LinkedIn from different recruiters, asking you to join different companies. Chances are, you haven’t had to actively look for a job for a long time. But what happens frequently is that you accept the offer that looks perfect on paper, then a few months go by and you realize that actually, the place you work at is not what you’ve been expecting it to be. Maybe you do not feel welcomed by your colleagues, or you don’t like what activities the company engages with, you may not even like the office interior. This and more could be the reason why you go to that place with reluctance.

When it comes to expectations and reality, more often than not, you end up doubting if the offer you took was the best one for you. You could have been working somewhere distinctive, where you are appreciated while working at an awesome place with great colleagues.

You like what you do, and you are good at it, so you should be able to find the best possible place to develop professionally. There is much more to know about a future workplace than just what skills are required for the job. You can identify with a company’s purpose only if you are well informed on its internal projects, beliefs, team dynamics, benefits, and global principles.

This is where Noble Hire’s platform becomes a solution to the inefficient hiring method, where good talents repeatedly start working for the wrong employer and some end up as “bad hires” somewhere else.

Noble Hire platform solves the age-old hiring problem. How are we doing that? By approaching the method with a responsibility to both sides. Talents are able to read detailed information regarding the company and the position of choice. We help you every step of the way, connect you and keep you updated on any news with potential employers. While any company using our platform is open to the top employees in the tech industry and having the chance to display their most valuable employer advantages.

We pay attention to all the details you are looking for as a professional. Based on our industry knowledge, we put employees’ needs first, paying attention to their experience and desired development area. So we gathered a wide choice – just about every tech company you would want to work at is at one particular place – yes, here.

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Why is it important to use Noble Hire?

Simple, the talents at our platform are looked at with priority by the companies’ hiring teams. We match you the top tech talent – with top tech employers. Look around our job board and see for yourself. Your next tech adventure might be just around the corner at the position of an Experienced Software Engineer at Payhawk, Java Developer at Bianor, or why not here at Noble Hire, we are looking for a Full Stack Developer to join our cozy team.

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The Noble Hire team knows transparency is an important point to the way things should happen in the industry. We want you to be aware of every detail that might concern you. Take a look at what your day to day life would be at a place where you are applying. See what projects you will be working on and how you will spend your time.

Basically, everything you want and need to know about a company before stepping in through their door is one click away.

Let us find you the job you will love and care about. At Noble Hire, we believe that work shouldn’t just be a “place.” Rather, it should be where you really feel good, appreciated, and accomplished.

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  • Krum Bakalsky

    Good luck with your initiative! I have only one important question to ask: how do you solve the ‘lying’ problem? I pretty much believe this problem is inherently unsolvable. No platform can ever solve it. Let me give you some more context on what I mean.

    Every company willing to hire employees naturally depicts its working conditions as complete paradise. Competition mandates that. HR people are actually salesmen that are hired to … basically lie. On the opposite side candidates can also beef up their resumes a bit too much, leaving the realms of realism. It all ends up being mutual lies, and people get stuck in positions that they never wanted to enter.

    I have 12+ years experience in the industry and I don’t want to be lied any more, I simply don’t have time for that. I think that 90+% of all IT jobs in Bulgaria that are advertised as ‘software developer’ positions are actually jobs for maintenance and bug fixing, aka DevOps, aka Integration Engineers, aka System Engineers, aka System Admin, etc. This is a natural consequence of the 80/20 principle, much more time people spend maintaining existing code, than writing new one. Also, BG is a real outsourcing paradise, and dozens of new projects, sadly, maintenance ones, land in our industry. I’m sure corresponding 3rd party companies do their best to describe them as bleeding edge of innovation.

    In short, if I want to write new code, can your platform help me? How do you guarantee credibility and the fact that ‘software developer’ job is indeed about software development?

    • admin11ng

      We partner with the companies we work with for long-term and we have defined several channels through which to verify most of the thing written on their profiles such as employees, personal contacts, professional recruiters, etc. So in the short-term you are right, that this is a big challenge, but in the long-term we believe we will get this pretty accurately.

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