Development

My name is Joe Hirlinger. I’m a Sr. IT Resource Manager and Recruiting Lead in the Chicagoland market. I’ve been working in IT recruitment for more than eight years, supporting small, medium and Fortune 500 companies. I’ve filled contract, contract to hire, and direct hire roles from hands-on application development to Senior IT Director level openings, including supported enterprise level software staff augmentation projects. My expertise lies within the technical and application development phase of the SDLC, including .NET, Java, SQL, and data technologies. As an IT focused company, this is a core piece of our business and a core need for many of our clients.

What makes Signature unique in IT staffing is that we “walk the walk” in terms of having a true relationship-focused model. Many companies just send out a paycheck twice a month.

Signature is an engaged partner to both the client and consultant, ensuring a positive experience throughout the duration of employment and beyond to build fruitful, long-term relationships.

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