AI recruiter Jobot announces Boston expansion plans

November 19, 2019
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Jobot announced that they are opening their newest office outside of Boston in Quincy, Massachusetts. Jobot is a nationwide recruiting firm that combines artificial intelligence and experienced recruiters to produce successful matches for job seekers and companies.

“Since Jobot’s launch just one year ago, we have grown to more than 100 recruiters and reached seven million in revenue. Our collaboration with our sister company, CareerBliss, and Google AI makes for a unique technology foundation from where all of our matches start. However, technology is just one piece of the Jobot puzzle. We are proud that our recruiters average more than 5 years of staffing experience. Working with experienced recruiters powered by AI technology makes for a world class experience for both our clients and candidates.”

Heidi Golledge, Founder, CEO, Jobot

Golledge, a leading entrepreneur and expert in recruiting and staffing, has been recognized by Staffing Industry Analysts, Forbes, and leading business publications for the creation of CyberCoders, which she sold to ASGN in 2013 for more than $100 million. She won the EY Entrepreneur of the Year award for both her companies CyberCoders and CareerBliss.

Jobot is headquartered in Irvine, California with offices in Los Angeles and San Francisco and is leading the way both with its proprietary software JAX™ and its collaboration with Google AI.

Opening a Boston location will allow Jobot to harness the renowned educational and professional talents that Massachusetts has to offer.

Jobot has tapped Ryan Sullivan, Recruiting Manager at Jobot, to head the development and the hiring for the Boston location. Mr. Sullivan grew up near Quincy, MA and just returned to the area with his wife and newborn son. He has strong experience as both a recruiter and a manager and is ready to build an East Coast strong hold for Jobot.

“I remember flying out to Boston and hiring Ryan as a recruiter nearly ten years ago. Now a decade later, 'Sully' and I are excited to partner again as we bring Jobot to the East Coast,” says Golledge.

“Just ten minutes from Boston and near South Shore, Jobot offers luxury offices and efficient technology, along with a culture built on kindness and results,” says Sullivan.

Sullivan, who has more than ten years in the permanent placement field, worked with Heidi Golledge previously and is excited to join forces again to provide more job opportunities to the New England area.

“We will be focusing on New England, but we can recruit nationwide for all verticals including technology, finance, accounting, healthcare and construction. There is so much talent in and around Boston, we are ready to jump in and be of immediate value to our Boston community,” says Sullivan.

Jobot is planning to hire 20 recruiters for the Boston office in the coming year and is opening its doors November 18, 2019.

SOURCE Jobot

November 19, 2019

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