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"I think of Climate People as a partner and consultant. Brendan is responsive and he’s a true partner as we navigate our hiring. The whole recruiting process was significantly faster than I expected."
"Climate People got us strong candidates incredibly fast. We have been able to quickly fill our crucial senior roles in engineering and beyond. The team is well connected in the space and are fun to work with."
"I've been skeptical of recruiters for a long time, so it was a bit of a leap of faith. We had remarkable percentages, we hired half of the people they sent our way. They were essential to the growth of our team."
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Climate People announces expansion of recruitment services to include deep tech, science, and business-related functions. Check out our talent portal for pre-vetted, mission-driven candidates ready to make a difference in your company!
The field of climate tech is rapidly growing, and software engineers and data scientists are in high demand. However, finding a job in this sector can be challenging, especially if you're looking for a specific role.
The impacts of climate change can be seen in different fields, including agriculture, marine science, materials science, environmental science, and so on. As a result, there has been an increasing demand for scientists who can help in mitigating the effects of climate change