Are you looking for someone to fill a position for your client? Are they looking for Java 7/8/11, Spring Boot, AWS, Event-Driven microservices, NoSql, SQL, Continuous Integration, TDD, BDD, SOLID, and more?
You're in luck. I have the right skills for that role.
Unfortunately, in a way that you don’t expect. But wait, because I still may be able to help you in more significant ways. How?
If you want to follow the script and tell me how excellent is the opportunity, with a company with great tech stack, culture, team, stock options, etc., I may know where you are coming from.
People have aspirations, and maybe you'll hit one of those aspirations with one of the great benefits of working for your client. But none of that will hit mine. I have all those aspirations, you see, but not in the context you're putting me in.
I bet you also have aspirations. You may want to grow your business, to make more money, to live a peaceful life, to feel secure. I have no idea what your desires may be, but mine is feeling home.
Let pretend this conversation has a different context, like me helping you get what you want.
You see, I've been working in London for about five years now and before I was living and working in Amsterdam. I left Portugal eight years ago in a reaction to a significant emotional event.
Now, maybe also because of the Brexit :), I feel it is time to start spending more time back in Portugal.
I'm engaging with the Software Development community in Portugal, and people are interested in the idea of working for London companies. They have the skills, the mindset, the experience, the commitment the attitude, they love to learn. Ah, and it’s cheaper.
But there's a problem... A roadblock, an Irish backstop :)
They don't want to relocate here.
They earn enough to keep a good life in Portugal, so why bother in an environment where they will not feel comfortable?
But there's a solution, and everybody is doing it. It's called nearshoring, and because everybody is doing it, I can see a good market in Portugal thanks to nearshoring competition.
So, how are you and I going to seize the opportunity? How will we attract and keep the best developers?
Do you know companies which may want to start developing with a nearshoring team but still doing business with a UK company?
I need leads for companies that could consider nearshoring software development to Portugal. Yule Technologies, LTD, a registered company in the UK, will be entity doing business in the UK. We'll hire the developers in Portugal and take care of the paperwork and recruitment.
If you know someone that would be interested in exploring the business, would you mind to give them a nudge for me? I would appreciate it.
Dear recruiter, thanks for reading this until the end.