WRITEUPS – DevRecruit – Africa’s Talent for Global Impact.
With over 2,500 tech-talents in their care since its launch in April 2020, DevRecruit started its operations within the first quarter of 2020. Despite launching its startup at the peak of the COVID-19 lockdown, it has achieved significant mileage. Speaking with the Co-founder “Subomi Jegunmah” he explained that the vision for DevRecruit is to develop an ecosystem that converges great tech-talents across different technology verticals in Africa and to empower them to deliver technology values, foster innovations and a deep sense of entrepreneurial mindset.
DevRecruit in its mission to drive value to the tech- ecosystem has provided a coworking space called “The Stage” for geeks and entrepreneurs to access for development of their personal projects, participate in meetups, network with other entrepreneurs/startups whilst enjoying the coworking facilities.
DevRecruit supports startups founders with Amazon Web Service free credits for startups who have built products and need additional cloud infrastructure to host their MVPs.
DevRecruit currently provides verified tech-talents outsourcing to over 70+ corporate clients through its retainer model and to support the recruitment (tech-talent head hunting) ecosystem.
Speaking with Subomi Jegunmah, he highlighted that corporate clients can access verified CVs of talents and also put together a team of tech-talents to work on IT projects. He highlighted that “All tech-talents go through rigorous technical verification, validation processes, psychometric testing and soft-skill building periodically to ensure and sustain excellent service delivery.
Verified Tech-talents signed-up on DevRecruit automatically enjoys a free e-wallet through its partnership with a FINTECH called “WALLX”. A “payment on-hold” service that ensures that tech-talents offering remote services only get paid when a customer as confirmed satisfactory milestone delivery, then payment is released into their respective wallets. It has also closed partnership with APTECH-PIIT “Lekki & Ajah” chapter, renowned top-tier tech-training institute churning great talents, create a revolving door to access talents and attract geeks into the ecosystem.
DevRecruit will be offering specific AWS free training starting February 2021 through its partnership with the “Amazon Activate Program” as a way to grow more talents and deliver social-impact within its community. Please follow them on their handles to know when they kick-off.
Sign-up on DevRecruit if you are a tech-talent seeking for local and global opportunities in various areas like software engineering, software testing, cloud engineering, IT Administrator, System/Network, Product manager, product designer, IT project manager, blockchain talent, data-analyst, software salesperson, digital marketing, etc. Get verified and start earning.
Their vision is to establish socio-impact and also be a go-to place for tech-talents who are willing to deliver value to themselves and grow the African tech-ecosystem.
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