What You See Is What You Get

The Information technology field is expanding in every direction, within every electronic device, every year; it’s an ever-changing environment. Therefore, positions for software engineers, project managers, QA’s, etc., are constantly needing to be filled. While CRi...

CRi Consultant Culture

As we enter into the seasons of fall and winter, things are changing.  Our outside temperatures are dropping, leaves are changing colors and we are preparing for the inclement weather we will experience in Nebraska. One thing at CRi that we try to keep as a constant...

What’s the Job Market Look Like These Days?

As a recruiter, one of the most popular questions I receive from candidates is “What’s the job market look like these days?”  Both passive and actively looking candidates are interested in knowing what the “hot” skill or position is at that moment in time.  They’re...

Top 3 Do’s and Don’ts for Your Technical Resume

Do… 1. Include all skills you have used. 2. Use action words. (Designed, installed, developed…) 3. Talk about your accomplishments & results of your projects.   Don’t… 1. Use so many different fonts, styles or sizes. (Keep it simple.)...

How to Format a Technical Resume

The objective of your resume is to land an interview for the opportunity that you seek.  Your resume should give the Hiring Manager or Recruiter, a clear idea of your technical skills and professional experience and prove that you are qualified for the job. Not only...