Welcome to the monthly Prism newsletter. This means that
it’s the last day of the month and I hope you’ve had a great November.
The picture of me this month is with Andrew Hardie (one of our previous monthly
‘Prism DevOps VIPs’). He kindly hosted the London DevOps Meetup Group at
R3’s offices and was one of our speakers on the night. If you missed it
do check out the London DevOps YouTube channel. It was fantastic to be
back out at a ‘traditional’ Meetup group in person. We live-streamed the event
this time as well and this hybrid approach will be the ‘new normal’ with the
future events to cater for a global audience and for those where travel to
London isn’t possible.
It has been a busy month for us internally at Prism Digital HQ
with two new experienced Talent Partners joining the team. A big welcome to
Sylvia and Coco, it’s great to have you on the team.
We’re as busy as ever with live roles from new and established
clients. The market is showing no sign of slowing down so I would advise
anyone thinking about a career move or to hire in the DevOps space to not “wait
until the New Year” which may have been the traditional choice. There are
some amazing job opportunities out there so I’d advise not to follow the
traditional “I’ll take a look in Jan” and take advantage of the current market
to have a look at new potential exciting opportunities. Certainly a chance to
get a winning edge over the competition.
If you want to talk to me about the market, DevOps trends, etc.
do not hesitate to get in touch, it would be great to hear from you. Book a
call with me
I hope you have a fantastic December and Christmas period.
Alex (DevOps) Dover
Welcome to the Team!
Sylvia van Heerden
I'm a Senior Recruitment Consultant, specialising in anything digital. I get a kick by sniffing out “very-hard-to-find-super-skilled-unicorn” candidates who are trying to hide in the deep and dark corners of the universe.
If you exist, I will find you!
Apparently, I'm like Tigger from Winnie the Pooh because I have lots of positive energy and I'm generally a happy person.
Joining Prism Digital is an exciting opportunity for me to apply the skills I have acquired during my five-plus years' of experience recruiting in the tech space.
I am looking forward to making lots of magic, memories and placements with you all!
Do you know anyone aged 16-23yrs looking to kick start their career in Recruitment?
Here at Prism Digital, we have 3 openings available for young ambitious career-minded individuals!
Do you know anyone who is looking to work in recruitment?
What makes us different?
We are niche specialists. Our focus market is DevOps Engineering - one of the most in-demand tech jobs in the world.
We invest a lot of time and money into marketing our brand so that our consultants’ jobs are made easier.
We are always open to new ideas – no suggestion is too whacky, if you think it’s a cool idea, we want to hear it!
Certain conditions apply to these roles - to find out more please check out the website.
Thank you Jan Ware for sending this “Prism Picture” across the Bristol Channel. Quite a photo.
Also wishing a big fan of the newsletter, John Worthington, a very Happy 40th Birthday!
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