We Are Hiring Creative People

Sasvat, want to put creativity at their heart yet peddle the same old tired recruitment practices. The thing that creative people want to do at work is to create, so our employers provide opportunities to create.

Creative people get excited about opportunities to build things, change things, make something out of nothing, make something out of something, tear things down and build from scratch, work with new tools or technology, tweak things, work with different stimuli, hack things and work with different collaborators. We need the brainpower's Like:

Web Designer

Web designers are responsible for creating the look and feel of a website. They create logos, banners, and other graphics; determine where to put text; and structure a site's navigation.

Web Developer

Programmers turn the Web development team's concepts into a functioning site. They must know HTML, the basic coding language of websites, inside and out. Most are experts in the more sophisticated programming languages such as Java, JavaScript, CGI, and Perl. Programmers should also have experience with Web development tools such as Dreamweaver, Flash, and ColdFusion. These languages and tools enhance the capability of websites by adding animation, sound, interactive games, online forms, and e-commerce functions to otherwise flat pages. While highly technical coding knowledge is essential, programmers must also have a strong understanding of user interface design.

Content Developer

Content developers often work in the Web production department. They create the content-whether text, audio, or video clips-that visitors see when they access a website. Content developers write, edit, shape, and publish articles, features, and other information on a website. They also work with programmers to define and build, for instance, a salary calculator or interactive game. Often, content developers are responsible for the look and feel of a particular area within a site, adding information, and moving information around, sending newsletters to users, and so on.

Project Manager

Project managers lead teams to get things done. They set a production schedule, set deadlines, and make sure everyone works together. They are usually responsible for allocating resources-both human and financial. Project managers can lead discrete projects, such as adding community to a website; they can also oversee wider areas. The role requires excellent communications skills, a strong technical background, an understanding of budgets, project plans, and schedules, and management experience.

Sales Executive

A Sales Executive must sell products by establishing contact and developing relationships with prospects; recommending solutions. Maintains relationships with clients by providing support, information, and guidance; researching and recommending new opportunities; recommending profit and service improvements. Identifies product improvements or new products by remaining current on industry trends, market activities, and competitors. Prepares reports by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing information. Maintains quality service by establishing and enforcing organization standards.

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