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15 days ago

Senior .NET Contractor / ASP.NET MVC / $65 p/hr

firstPRO Inc. Duluth, GA

7+ years C#, ASP.Net development with at least 1-2 years MVC development. Strong OOP, Entity Framework (EF), WCF (consume and write), HTML, CSS… Glassdoor


3 days ago

Senior .NET Developer / Duluth / 100-105K

firstPRO Inc. Duluth, GA

We are looking for a C# Developer to join our team in the Duluth area. We are a leader in our industry and are looking for individuals who can take… Glassdoor


3 days ago

Infrastructure Manager / Dunwoody / 90K

firstPRO Inc. Duluth, GA

Handle all aspects of network infrastructure, systems including approximately 30 virtualized servers, and security (networks, systems, enterprise… Glassdoor


14 days ago

Development Manager /

firstPRO Inc. Kennesaw, GA

will include: A deep understanding of software development in a team, software development methodologies and scheduling, a track record of shipping… Glassdoor


14 days ago

Systems Engineer / Linux / 100K + Stock

firstPRO Inc. Kennesaw, GA

Build, monitor and manage critical infrastructure primarily on the Windows and Linux platforms, with some client support requirements in the Windows… Glassdoor


3 days ago

z/OS C Developer / Unix / 115-130K

firstPRO Inc. Alpharetta, GA

• Contribute to all phases of the SDLC and serve as the z/OS authority for the development team • Architecture, design, construction, testing… Glassdoor


9 days ago

Lead Mobile Developer / iOS and Android / 125-140K

firstPRO Inc. Alpharetta, GA

The Mobile Application Developer for our Atlanta office. The Lead will design, develop and build high quality mobile applications, as well as enhance… Glassdoor


3 days ago

Senior .NET Developer / Contract / $60-65 p/hr

firstPRO Inc. Alpharetta, GA

Develop robust, web-based products while working in various software disciplines. Provide hands-on, expert-level programming/design/analysis while… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Junior .NET Developer / C# /Jquery

firstPRO Inc. Alpharetta, GA

Fast growing company has an immediate need for a passionate .Net Developer on a direct hire basis. In this role, you will develop new features within… Glassdoor


3 days ago

Junior QA Engineer / Alpharetta / 60K

firstPRO Inc. Alpharetta, GA

Create test plans and test cases using Test Rails and other testing tools. Manually test key product to establish that all… Glassdoor


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    Current Employee - Executive Recruiter  in  Atlanta, GA
    Current Employee - Executive Recruiter in Atlanta, GA

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    Pros

    FirstPRO offers a good commission structure, competitive draw, and the ability for a recruiter to make a good living for his or her family. FirstPRO in unique in that we have a non-denominational chapel in our corporate office and we have mass weekly as well as other religious type teachings that are offered from time to time. We are now becoming very much a "corporate" company and beginning to put standard S&OP's in place. FirstPRO has about 125 recruiters that work out of the corporate office and other locations in the Atlanta area as well as a office in Philadelphia. FirstPRO has annual revenues between 40-45 Million annually.

    Cons

    FirstPRO is a place where you pay to work. A recruiter must pay for himself or herself in the first 90 days generally to have a desk. Job security only lasts about 30 days at a time if the recruiter’s billings are not way above expectations. Benefits are quite expensive for both individuals and families (and this is not much different from other companies in the same industry). This is something that does need to be addressed. Also, you must work in the office and as of today there is not the opportunity to telecommute, which again I believe is something that should be addressed in today's world.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    It takes more than 90 days to see if a recruiter is worth his or her keep. Job security only lasts about 30 days at a time if the recruiter’s billings are not way above expectations. Benefits are quite expensive for both individuals and families (and this is not much different from other companies in the same industry). This is something that does need to be addressed. Also, you must work in the office and as of today there is not the opportunity to telecommute, which again I believe is something that should be addressed in today's world.

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