Nisum Sponsors WomenHack Event to Promote Connection of Women in Tech
Updated August 23, 2018 Nisum was a proud Silver Sponsor of the WomenHack Silicon Valley Recruiting and Networking Event where we had the opportunity to speak with a highly qualified group of women from diverse backgrounds. Nisum is committed to actively searching for the best candidates across the globe and women play an important role in that. Check out some of the great moments we captured at the event below or visit the full album here. To search open job opportunities with Nisum, visit www.nisum.com/careers.
Nisum is honored to be a Silver sponsor of the WomenHack Silicon Valley Recruiting and Networking Event. Nisum will also be on hand at the event meeting the brightest women in tech and searching for candidates to join the team. To search open job opportunities with Nisum, visit www.nisum.com/careers. For all other talent acquisition inquiries please contact Tina Lau at email@example.com. We are looking for the following positions: Big Data Engineer Big Data Cassandra Engineer Big Data Architect ETL Big Data Quality Engineer Full Stack Engineer Infrastructure Release Manager Java/Spark Big Data Engineer Jira Administrator Machine Learning Engineer Program Manager Scrum Master Senior Systems Analyst Senior UI Developer Node.JS UI Developer (React) Senior iOS Engineer Spark/Python or Spark/Scala Big Data Engineer UI Architect UI Engineer Cloud Solution Architect Lead Sterling Engineer Magento Developer Open Edge BPM Developer Performance Engineer Production Support Lead - Warehousing Senior PHP Engineer Senior QE Lead Senior QA Lead Senior Consulting Manager - eCommerce Senior Developer Senior Devops Engineer Sr. Open Edge Developer Sr. Test Automation Developer - Mobile Technical Manager - Ruby on Rails More info on WomenHack: WomenHack is a community that empowers women in tech through events, jobs, and reviews and aims at creating a more inclusive and diverse workplace for all. Their diversity recruiting events targets some of the most talented women in tech from respective local communities. They believe more diverse talent strengthens teams and creates companies that are capable of outperforming.