Recruitment for the Engineering & Telco industry
Engineering & Telco is Reverse's department made up of Headhunters specialising in searching and selecting individuals with a technical background and relevant design skills, which are increasingly sought after by companies with structured R&D departments.
The Telco sector has always been vitally important for the country's economy, but the market is facing growing challenges in this field, due to the technological evolution we are going through, such as the arrival of 5G and the roll-out plan for fibre optic. This means that companies are looking for ever more specialist profiles.
The Headhunters in the Engineering & Telco team have the perfect background for dealing with companies and candidates in this sector, as they understand the dynamics and speak its language. They are also supported by a Scout, who is responsible for assessing hard skills: this is a professional from outside Reverse, who plays a role similar to that of the candidate in their own company, but at a more senior level and with more experience of the selection process. The Scout works alongside us from when write the job description right through to the technical interview that they have with each candidate, and then puts together a report that our Headhunter presents to the client detailing their reasons and value assessments.
Our experience in Engineering & Telco means that we can nurture rewarding relationships with all the stakeholders involved: on the one hand we pay attention to the needs of companies and are able to interpret them; on the other, we are able to relate to top-notch candidates in roles including Mechanical Designers, Electronic-Mechanical Designers, Embedded Engineers, FW Engineers, Innovation Managers, R&D Managers, Project Managers, RF Engineers, Contract Management Specialists, Telecommunications Engineers and Technicians specialising in working at height.
To make sure they are best-placed to manage professionals in the Engineering & Telco sector, our specialist Headhunters attend regular training courses to stay up to date with the needs of the market and the latest technological innovations.