To attract the best engineers and ensure the highest standards of professionalism and technical knowledge to our U.S. customers, SoftwareCraft signed this Wednesday in San Salvador, a collaboration agreement with Kodigo.
Signing for SoftwareCraft was our CEO, Albert Paredes; signing for Kodigo was its executive director, Ricardo Chavez.
Strategic alliances in El Salvador
Kodigo is a Creative Technology and Social Entrepreneurship Academy designed under a business model based on training, employability, and entrepreneurship.
“In this way, we will guarantee the hiring of excellent engineers and the opportunity for internships for Salvadoran students, while providing opportunities for young people who have demonstrated discipline and hard work. Many of them have truly inspiring life stories,” said Albert Paredes, CEO of SoftwareCraft.
In this way, Kodigo creates an educational curriculum to quickly train new talents in specific technologies with 3 or 6 months trainings known as Bootcamps, including one designed exclusively for women, meeting the needs of SoftwareCraft’s clients in the U.S. and Latin America.
In other words, this alliance will allow recruiting and training of young people who meet the profile required by SoftwareCraft, through a training program co-created with the technical competencies and transferable skills required by the companies.
“We seek to ensure the hiring of engineers and interns with the most suitable profiles and to increase gender inclusion by hiring women. In this way, we want to contribute to social mobility and socioeconomic prosperity in the country,” said the CEO.
Recruitment of Salvadoran engineers for SoftwareCraft projects progresses
On the other hand, at SoftwareCraft we are pleased with the progress in the process of recruiting and hiring Salvadoran talent.
To date, we have already hired the first Software Engineer specialized in .NET Backend Technologies and we are evaluating the first batch of potential interns (engineering students) to work on different SoftwareCraft projects, under the leadership of our CEO, Albert Paredes.
“This is an exciting opportunity for interns and engineers to gain hands-on experience in back-end and web application development and participate in challenging projects. This team will be responsible for the development and maintenance of applications using technologies such as MVC .NET, Entity Framework, Razor, jQuery, Bootstrap and MySQL, among others,” explained Paredes.
SoftwareCraft is a nearshore outsourcing startup, specializing in building a remote and geographically proximate team to meet the software development needs of U.S. companies.
Salvadoran systems engineers interested in applying for a position and learning about the most innovative technologies can send their CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.