What is IT Recruitment process?
The IT recruitment process involves finding candidates, assessing, selecting, and hiring for information technology profiles in an IT company.
The objective is to find eligible candidates for the vacant positions.
Essential IT skills
1. Coding Languages
2. Operating System
Linux, Windows, macOS, Android, iOS.
3. Cloud Computing
Azure, AWS, Google Cloud, Amazon Web, Kamatera, Oracle.
4. System & Network security
Cloud security, malware analysis, intrusion detection, CEH, OSCP, CISA, GCIH, secure code development, data, and file encryption.
5. Data analysis
Microsoft Excel, SQL, Statistics, raw data processing and integration, data structures and algorithms, Tableau.
6. AI (Artificial Intelligence)
Machine learning, natural language processing, AI integration, Algebra & Statistics
7. Application and desktop software development
iOS Software Development for Android and Desktop, UX and UI for iOS, SQL, Xcode development, Github, React.js, Angular.
What are the rounds in IT interview?
There are mainly four rounds in an IT Company which includes
- Aptitude Test
- Group Discussion
- Technical Round
- HR Interview
Many IT company tests candidates’ aptitude skills in the first round of the interview. This test is to evaluate the candidate’s ability to perform tasks and react to situations at work.
As a candidate, the group discussion round is important. In this round, an evaluator checks many qualities of candidates.
- Communication Skills
- Leadership quality
- Body language and posture
- A good team player
All IT professionals frequently undergo technical interviews. This is a technical interview to assess if they fit the role or not. As well as their broad and deep knowledge of the field they’ve chosen.
They will also be tested on their ability to think under pressure, communication skills, and problem-solving skills during technical interviews.
As part of the hiring process, every company conducts a round of HR interviews to assess your personality, strengths, weaknesses, and capability to handle the role. In addition, they check your background. An organization’s HR department typically completes the recruitment process last.