DevOps

DevOps

DevOps

When it comes to recruiting DevOps engineers, it’s important to have a well-rounded technological understanding of their field to be able to accurately read resumes, speak about past experience, and communicate with potential candidates.

That’s why we kick this course off with an introduction to DevOps, where you will learn about the history of the discipline, the breakdown between different roles and responsibilities, how to identify different trends in the field, different DevOps tools, and more. Once you have a strong grasp of your language skills, we move on to literacy skills, where you will learn about the persona of a DevOps engineer, what distinguishes them from Senior and Junior engineers, and how to read their resumes. This will allow you to understand a candidate’s value to a DevOps team and accurately match candidate’s to potential opportunities at your company.

By the end of the course you will have collected new recruiting strategies with how to communicate with potential candidates, being able to speak to different aspects of the DevOps role and process.  You will find yourself speaking confidently about the role’s technical responsibilities, allowing you to truly find the best person for the job.

Referrrence URL: https://courses.recruitinginnovation.com/courses/dev-ops

Lessons

  1. If you're hiring for DevOps, gaining an understanding of the language used, the history of the field, and the trends is vital to gaining the best candidate. In this lesson you'll learn that and more, giving you a deeper understanding of this career path.
  2. Now that you have a tighter grasp of DevOps as a whole, learn more about the inner workings of the position, what to look for in resumes, and how to accurately match candidates with potential opportunities in your company.
  3. Discover how to genuinely communicate about DevOps roles and responsibilities, in order to find the best fit for your company and team. You'll learn more about what candidates are searching for in a new opportunity and how to approach them effectively.

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