Profocus Offers Resources for Jobseekers and Hiring Managers

Profocus Offers Resources for Jobseekers and Hiring Managers

During this unprecedented time, Technology Association of Oregon will be featuring the benefits and value that TAO member companies can provide to our greater community in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Aubrey McCauley, Talent Solutions Manager at ProFocus Technology, outlines the various ways the company is working to help support job seekers and hiring businesses during the COVID era.

TAO Member Company: ProFocus

Give us a short intro to your business:
ProFocus is a locally owned, award-winning staffing and consulting company that specializes in technology. We are actively working with job seekers and hiring managers to review resumes, discuss hiring strategies, and make important connections within our Silicon Forest network. We specialize in delivering first-class local tech talent for key roles in the development, deployment, and maintenance of software and infrastructure. We have an extensive network of passive candidates and a thorough prescreening process to ensure we only introduce the best candidates to our clients. We fill 80% of our client’s open positions with 3 or fewer candidates to consider.

What resources can your business offer the community during the COVID pandemic?:

What is the best way for the community to get in touch?:

What's your favorite way to pass the time during self-quarantine?:
Our team enjoys meditation, Netflix marathons, bike riding, running, yoga, online learning, cooking, baking, gardening, and more.

What's one thing that helps you stay positive or gives you hope during difficult times?:
While these are very trying and difficult times, we know we will get through it. This global pandemic is bringing people closer through grace and patience. It's forcing us all to think outside the box both personally and professionally.

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