TCC Staff Donate to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana

This holiday season, the staff at TCC collected gifts for the Littles and their families of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana. We are so honored to contribute to such a worthy and impactful organization. If you’re interested in getting involved, visit them online at http://www.bebigforkids.org/.

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To learn more about TCC’s Corporate Culture please visit our website https://www.e-tcc.com/culture

 

TCC Seeks a Software Developer II

Posted by Kelly Grant, TCC Senior Technical Recruiter

The Software Developer will be assigned to an internal software development team working on TCC’s mobile workforce productivity application. Candidate will work within the TCC HQ in Indianapolis under the direction of TCC Project Manager.

Responsibilities
• Deploy software in a well-planned manner with complete coordination with all end users
• Consistently meet time lines and maintain awareness of schedules
• Interpret business technical and functional requirements and design solutions to meet those requirements
• Work effectively in a team environment and balance individually assigned work
• Perform modifications to complex, multi-user systems
• Work independently and be customer service oriented

Qualifications
• Associate’s Degree in Computer Science or a comparable degree or equivalent work/school experience.
• 5+ years’ experience participating in collaborative development environment preferred.
• Extensive experience with Microsoft based technologies:
o C# and .NET technologies
o LINQ, Entity Framework, REST Web API
o MVVM – MUST HAVE
o WPF – Desired
o Microsoft SQL Server, Stored Procedures
o Visual Studio and Visual Studio Code
o Team Foundation Server, TFS User Stories – Desired
• Able to automate routine maintenance and tasks via scripting languages
• Experience with multi-tier application design and development and knowledge of design patterns
• Unit testing and integration
• Understanding of distributed systems and data structures, both in design and implantation.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Benefits
• Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance
• Employer-funded Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA)
• Company sponsored 401k
• Paid Time Off

To apply to this position please visit our website https://jobs.ourcareerpages.com/job/450658?source=TCCSoftwareSolutions&jobFeedCode=TCCSoftwareSolutions&returnURL=https://www.e-tcc.com/

About TCC
Founded in 1996 in Indianapolis, IN, The Consultants Consortium (TCC) is an innovative solutions provider committed to designing and delivering high-value, cost-effective IT consulting services and application technology solutions for both the private and public sectors. With a team of more than 250 IT and business professionals, TCC serves clients nationwide, from state and federal government agencies to commercial sector customers. TCC is committed to providing the most cutting edge solutions, and with that, ensures they stay up-to-date on crucial certifications and affiliations. Among these are the highly accredited Microsoft Certifications.

At TCC, we know that having a strong company culture is paramount in sustaining the success and stability of the company, especially within the information technology industry. That’s why we place our focus on the people who make our success possible: our employees, partners and clients. We strive to create an environment that preserves and fosters growth while still promoting the DNA of our company.

Our core values:
• Building strong, reliable relationships with our employees, our partners and our clients
• Upholding integrity, honesty and respect
• Supporting our local community
• Encouraging continued education and development

Accessibility: If you need an accommodation as part of the employment process
please contact Human Resources at Email: tcc.recruiting@e-tcc.com

Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans.

Hiring Trends to Watch in 2020

Posted by Kelly Grant, Senior IT Recruiter

This time of the year is when most companies plan for the following year. Proactive organizations are getting ready by researching and planning for the latest trends in recruiting and hiring.

Glassdoor.com recently published an interesting article by their Chief Economist, Dr. Andrew Chamberlain that outlined three trends in hiring to look for in 2020. https://www.glassdoor.com/employers/blog/job-hiring-trends-2020/.

The first trend suggests that company culture is a business imperative, and that an organizations’ ability to recruit and retain top talent. This is especially true in the information technology space, where competition for talent is already high. The article states “It’s hard to overstate the importance of this shift. This formal recognition of employee culture in business today is one that executives can’t afford to ignore,” Chamberlain says. “In 2020, we expect this changing tide of CEO opinion to usher in a new wave of culture-first thinking among business leaders, elevating employee engagement to the status of core business focus for a growing number of companies.”

The second trend noted in the article is that organizations are preparing for a potential recession. The economy is growing right now, but there are several indicators that we may be approaching a period of recession. The article states “Building a strong employer brand takes years, while most recessions last nowhere nearly as long… When the economy picks up and it’s time to ramp up hiring again, companies who’ve maintained a strong employer brand will enjoy a clear strategic advantage,” Chamberlain says. “For that reason, we expect employers in 2020 to keep the long view and maintain investments in employer branding even if the economy slows.”

The third trend is the utilization of mobile technology as a job search tool. We use our smartphones for everything, and many candidates would like the ease and privacy of using a mobile device to look for jobs. Unfortunately, the job application process is not always optimized for mobile devices.

The article states “A Glassdoor study found that mobile job seekers encounter multiple barriers to entry in the application process. Most companies have not yet created a truly mobile-first experience, and as a result, companies are turning high-quality candidates off of their organization. In fact, mobile users complete only about 22 percent of applications they start versus 47 percent on desktop. And when the median time to complete a job application on mobile is 10.5 minutes compared to just 5.9 minutes for desktop users, it’s no wonder. If you don’t want to lose out on top talent, you’ll want to make a mobile-friendly application process a top priority.”

At TCC we are taking note of these trends and planning to give our company the competitive edge we need to hire and retain top talent.

To learn more about TCC’s company culture please visit our website https://www.e-tcc.com/culture

 

Mobile Job Search is a Trend to Watch in 2020

Posted by Kelly Grant, Senior IT Recruiter

This time of the year is when most companies plan for the following year. Proactive organizations are getting ready by researching and planning for the latest trends in recruiting and hiring.

Glassdoor.com recently published an interesting article by their Chief Economist, Dr. Andrew Chamberlain that outlined three trends in hiring to look for in 2020. https://www.glassdoor.com/employers/blog/job-hiring-trends-2020/.

One of the trends is the utilization of mobile technology as a job search tool. According to the article, it is estimated that in five years nearly 75 percent of internet users will access the web exclusively through a smartphone.

We use our smartphones for everything, and many candidates would like the ease and privacy of using a mobile device to look for jobs. Unfortunately, the job application process is not always optimized for mobile devices.

The article states “A Glassdoor study found that mobile job seekers encounter multiple barriers to entry in the application process. Most companies have not yet created a truly mobile-first experience, and as a result, companies are turning high-quality candidates off of their organization. In fact, mobile users complete only about 22 percent of applications they start versus 47 percent on desktop. And when the median time to complete a job application on mobile is 10.5 minutes compared to just 5.9 minutes for desktop users, it’s no wonder. If you don’t want to lose out on top talent, you’ll want to make a mobile-friendly application process a top priority.”

The article states that there are small steps companies can take to improve the mobile job search experience, such as creating a mobile-optimized version of your company job site. This can go a long way to creating a better candidate experience and your company will reap the rewards of a better applicant stream and more qualified candidates.

At TCC we are taking note of these trends to give our company the competitive edge we need to hire and retain top talent.

To learn more about TCC please visit our website https://www.e-tcc.com/.