The rapid spread of computers and information technology has generated a need for highly trained workers proficient in a variety of computer programs. Some software programs are specific to certain applications, like GIS or CADD, while others are commonly used in many different ways, like Microsoft Office or Mac OS X.
The computer age has generated the growth of the computer science profession. Computer scientists are experts in the study of the theoretical foundations of information and computation and their application in computer systems. They typically work on the theoretical side of computer systems, as opposed to the hardware side that computer engineers mainly focus on, although there is overlap.
Though computer scientists can also focus their work and research on specific areas, such as algorithm development and design, software engineering, information theory, database theory, computational complexity theory, human-computer interaction, computer programming, programming language theory, computer graphics, and computer vision, their foundation is the theoretical study of computing from which these other fields derive.
As its name implies, computer science is a pure science, not an applied science or applied business field. As an analogy to the medical field, a computer scientist is like the cancer researcher who might study molecular biology or biochemistry in-depth, while an information technology specialist is like the physician who studies those fields at a higher level and focuses on their application to patient care.
Computer scientists can follow more practical applications of their knowledge, doing things such as software development, web development and database programming. Computer scientists can also be found in the field of information technology (IT) consulting.
Sequence: premier recruiter in computer sciences.
Sequence has been a leader on behalf of its clients recruiting and staffing computer scientists in the light industrial industry sector. We certainly know and understand the technical and professional nuances of this important vocation.
After all, we are the premier executive recruiting and staffing firm committed to providing employment solutions to light industrial companies throughout the U.S. Our team of highly skilled, experienced recruiters and staffing professionals has broad light industrial industry experience. They know the leaders in the light industrial and computer sciences fields.
With this expansive industry network, they know where the finest talent is and how to obtain the best and the brightest personnel for your organization. Our recruiting philosophy, methodology and recruiting practices adhere to the highest standards and ethics in the industry. It is why we are able to carefully screen and present only the most qualified candidates who are highly capable of making a significant difference in your organization.
Count on Sequence for all of your HR needs.
Sequence can meet all of your personnel needs, from filling individual computer science jobs to recruiting and staffing entire practice groups, for both small firms or for large organizations all over the world.
We recruit and staff executive, management, administrative and field-level personnel for temporary and temporary-to-permanent jobs, and for direct-hire positions throughout the light industrial field. We also offer short and long-term temporary contract placements, outplacement services, long-term recruiting in addition to contracting a full range of HR services.
With such a diversity of applications, there is a nearly endless list of light industrial sub-specialties with which Sequence has experience. Many of these specialties are vital to the clients we serve and require the highly skilled expertise in recruiting and staffing that Sequence provides.
Professions in this field we routinely recruit include:
• Component Engineer
• Computer Operator
• Computer Scientist
• Database Administrator
• Database Analyst
• Systems Analysts and Programmer