Sales Consultant – Data & Cloud Projects (m/f/d) For over 30 years, Harvey Nash has been helping remarkable people to win career opportunities at Germany’s most coveted technology employers. To help us fuel our growth, we are currently hiring Sales Consultants (m/f/d) in the world’s most exciting Technology Recruitment market, Berlin. One-Line Summary: Develop world-class relationships with technology leaders Working for us:Recruit for incredible clients: In Berlin, we recruit for the world’s most loved tech employers. Work with amazing people: We value the talent and diversity of our teams and are united by a love of tech and a passion for the job. Be ambitious: Harvey Nash has 40 offices across 3 continents. We have worked with 30,000 companies and transformed over 100,000 careers. Be free to create: Our working environment celebrates creativity and personal identity at all levels and functions. Get equipped for success: We offer a modern and flexible working environment and we ensure that our people have everything they need to be successful and happy. Learn and grow: We take a tailor-made approach to learning, development and career progression that accompanies every phase of your career at Harvey Nash. Your tasks:Put relationships first: Build trusted relationships with existing and new clients by understanding their talent needs and offering our recruitment solutions. Leverage our tech and CIO events to develop client relationships at the CIO/CTO level.Transform careers: Work with our recruiters around the world to active-source the best data and cloud engineering talent for our clients’ projects and guide your candidates through the recruitment process. Get connected with candidate communities via tech meet-ups and direct engagement. Put your creativity to use: Reach out across the Harvey Nash global businesses to encourage cross-selling and to give our clients the best possible recruitment solutions.Bring your personality to work: Spend time networking with your clients. After all, people buy from people.Your profile:Experience: You have experience in sales within the recruitment market (ideally with focus on Software Engineering). You have an affinity for all things technology and understand the intricacies of the world-of-work. Connecting: Communicating is your strength. You love to reach-out be it to clients, candidates, partners or your own team members. Drive: You are motivated, creative and are responsible for your own success. You see purpose in bringing together the best talent with the best companies. Personality: You understand that positive attitude combined with passion for what you do and a lot of hard-work is the key to business success. You take a genuine interest in people and aim always for the win-win. Languages: You have excellent German and English language skills.Contact: To apply, please send us your CV: Alexandra.Krumrey@HarveyNash.de Learn more about us here: Harvey Nash on YouTube
Sales Manager – Technology Recruitment (m/f/d) For over 30 years, Harvey Nash has been helping remarkable people to win career opportunities at Germany’s most coveted technology employers. To help us fuel our growth, we are currently hiring a Sales Manager (m/f/d) in the world’s most exciting Technology Recruitment market, Berlin. One-Line Summary: Lead incredible people to achieve incredible things Working for us:Recruit for incredible clients: In Berlin, we recruit for the world’s most loved tech employers. Work with amazing people: We value the talent and diversity of our teams and are united by a love of tech and a passion for the job. Be ambitious: Harvey Nash has 40 offices across 3 continents. We have worked with 30,000 companies and transformed over 100,000 careers. Be free to create: Our working environment applauds creativity and personal identity at all levels and functions. Get equipped for success: We offer a modern and flexible working environment and we ensure that our people have everything they need to be successful and happy. Learn and grow: We take a tailor-made approach to learning, development and career progression that accompanies every phase of your career at Harvey Nash. Your tasks: Be a leader: Build and Lead a team of driven and competent recruitment consultants. Continue to hire great talent and coach them to success. Be a strategist: Set and execute a winning sales strategy to grow our share in the Berlin tech market. Build on existing client relationships whilst winning new accounts. Be a performer: Lead from the front by winning and developing great client relationships and billing impressive revenues. Be an influencer: Have your voice heard and help shape the company’s vision, culture and direction. Your profile: You’re an expert: You are in insider in the technology recruitment market in Berlin and have successfully navigated the opportunities and challenges as a consultant. Your clients value your hard work and market expertise. You have excellent German and English language skills.You’re ambitious: You believe that success comes to those who reach for it. You are an instinctive leader, respected and inspiring for your lead-by-example approach. You’re creative: You contribute to the betterment of your company, people and clients. You’re authentic: You have a winning personality that is rooted in honest values. Contact To apply, please send us your CV: Alexandra.Krumrey@HarveyNash.de Learn more about us here: Harvey Nash on YouTube
We are Tech. We are Berlin. Harvey Nash, the global professional recruitment and IT outsourcing group, announced the extension of its German office network by opening a dedicated recruiting hub in Berlin. Launched in response to increasing demand in the region for technology experts and leaders, the new office will work closely with Harvey Nash's offices throughout Germany and globally. Mark Hayes, Country Manager for Harvey Nash Germany: “Berlin is one of the world's most vibrant cities for tech innovation and with this important step we dive even deeper into the world of tech start-ups and innovation leaders. We feel that there has never been a better time for Harvey Nash Germany to embark on this new adventure. Our office in Berlin will take us closer to our Berlin clients and to our local tech community.” Through establishing a new office, Harvey Nash will be bringing its 30 year’s of expertise in Germany in helping companies recruit hard-to-find technology talent from infrastructure experts and software engineers through to transformation managers and IT leaders. watch the video For business enquiries and further information regarding Harvey Nash Berlin please contact: Gizem Dogan email@example.com +49 (0) 30 800986930
Der Harvey Nash / KPMG CIO-Survey ist die weltweit größte und am häufigsten berichtete globale Studie über Technologietrends. Nehmen Sie an dem Survey teil Seit über zwei Jahrzehnten haben wir die sich schnell entwickelnde Welt der Technologie erfasst und dabei wichtige Weltereignisse beleuchtet: von der Dotcom-Blase über die große Rezession von 2008 bis zur Daten- und Cloud-Revolution des letzten Jahrzehnts. Mit der diesjährigen CIO-Umfrage konzentrieren wir uns auf die Auswirkungen der Covid-19-Krise. Mit unserer großen Stichprobe, die die meisten wichtigen Länder in verschiedenen Phasen der Reaktion auf die Krise abdeckt, planen wir, diesen Bericht zum umfassendsten Bericht darüber zu machen, wie Unternehmen ihre Geschäfts- und Technologiestrategien nachhaltig ändern. Alles in einer Welt, die sich mit Unsicherheit, sozialer Isolation, schneller Digitalisierung, Innovationssprüngen und Zoom auseinandersetzt.Die diesjährige Umfrage ist kürzer im Vergleich zu den vorherigen Surveys (Die Umfrage dauert etwa 16 Minuten). Alle Befragten erhalten eine Kopie des Berichts, wenn er später im Jahr veröffentlicht wird, sowie eine Einladung zu einer Veranstaltung, um die Ergebnisse der Studie zu diskutieren.Nehmen Sie jetzt an dem Harvey Nash / KPMG CIO Survey 2020 teil.
The current crisis is affecting so many people in so many ways. And if you have lost your job, or feel your role is at risk, it can be a worrying time for you.We have created Your Tomorrow to help. We are publishing the stories of people across the world who have successfully found new roles in technology. We want their stories to inspire you, to show what is possible, and to give practical insights and advice so you can successfully follow in their footsteps.Your Tomorrow was created by Harvey Nash Group because we wanted to do something to help the technology community in these difficult times.The site is free to all, no registration required, and we invite submissions from anyone and anywhere.In short, we hope by visiting Your Tomorrow, one of our future stories is yours...Find out more at yourtomorrow.io.
The New Future of Work ist eine von Harvey Nash veröffentlichte Video- und Podcast-Serie, in der sich aus Deutschland und der ganzen Welt über die aktuelle Krise unterhalten und darüber, wie die Arbeitswelt aussehen wird, wenn die Welt wieder zur Normalität übergeht. Wie auch immer „Normalität“ aussehen wird. www.harveynash.com/futurework Unsere Diskussionsteilnehmer sind CEOs, Technologie-Führungskräfte und Talent-Manager aus branchenübergreifenden Industriesektoren, angefangen von Technologie-Start-ups bis hin zu den bedeutendsten Global Playern wie Microsoft, Wacker Chemie und ING Bank. Wir diskutieren über Remote Work, Organisationskultur, Inklusion, Technologie, Innovation und Geschäftsstrategie. Erfahren Sie mehr über Harvey Nash
The Covid-19 pandemic is challenging us all – individuals, families and businesses – to do things differently. But while some of this may be difficult and frustrating, other aspects are actually proving themselves to be transformational, speeding up changes that may have happened gradually over time anyway and, in that sense, propelling us into the future.One of those aspects is remote working. The speed with which Covid-19 has forced companies into universal remote working has moved us forward to a place that, in my view, we will never return from.Almost overnight, entire workforces are operating from home, connecting to work systems via Virtual Private Networks (VPN) or the cloud, and speaking (and waving) to each other on video conferencing facilities like Microsoft Teams, Zoom and Skype.The traditional barriers to all of this - such as not having the appropriate software, not feeling personally confident about appearing in a video chat/meeting, worrying about how your kitchen table will look on screen - have now essentially been removed. It has been a real tipping point in how, and where, we work.I don’t believe that this will just melt away post-crisis. Looking forward, I think that we can expect a significant proportion of what used to be carried out face to face moving to an online environment – people have got used to working this way and many have had a ‘ta dah!’ moment realising that it actually works.What’s more, employees may question why they need to put up with a long daily commute when things have reverted to normal, when they can work as effectively from home for large parts of the week or month.Not just a rose-tinted viewI can see some valid push-backs to this. Some may say that we are all looking at remote working through ‘rose tinted spectacles’ at the moment. It’s new, it’s fresh, it’s happening in extraordinary circumstances - everyone is available at home, all united by a strong sense of purpose to get things done. Will it all gradually wear off post Covid-19?Well, for one thing we just don’t know when exactly we’ll be able to talk about ‘post Covid-19’ – that may not be for a considerable period of time. And secondly, my feeling is that the acceptance of the principle of remote working is with us to stay. Of course, people will generally return to offices when it’s safe to do so, but there seems little doubt that nearly all of us will spend more time than before working remotely. Indeed, we may come to stop talking about ‘remote’ working altogether. It could become just ‘working’ – part of the normal mix of how things are done.Nevertheless, the virtual world will not entirely replace the real one. In fact, face to face meetings will arguably become even more important – because they will occur more sparingly and so will mean more. Our city centres and business districts will not disappear after all. Critical face to face meetings will still take place and key business decisions and agreements will still tend to be made in person. Socially, meanwhile, having a drink with friends on a WhatsApp channel may work when we’re all socially isolated, but you soon realise that you need to actually meetup with each other for a proper social experience.Overall, however, I have no doubt that what we are experiencing right now will have a long-term effect on how we work in the future.Tech investment will rise after proving that it worksOf course, this wouldn’t be the case if the technology had fallen over during this period. But in fact it has stood up remarkably well and proven that it can work (albeit there have been some security issues reported – with instances of video calls being hacked into – that certainly need addressing).At Harvey Nash Group, online collaboration tools have been very supportive to our business, and scalability has not been an issue. The real scaling issue for us is how we grow our use of the collaboration tools now that they have become a ‘must have’ in this newly remote world. For some parts of the business it’s pretty much business as usual, for others – often the ones that have strong face to face social networks – we are having to apply the tools in different ways.All of these factors mean that technology will be even more central to how businesses work, and we can expect to see an increase in investment in hardware, software and automation technology. Businesses will need to invest even more in laptops, mobile devices and soft phones. Offshored IT services will rise in demand as businesses realise the advantages of this over self-run systems. Demand for cloud services will hugely spike to provide the bandwidth and capacity needed. Pressure on on-premise servers will increase exponentially while the cloud offers a scaled, reliable and secure environment with fail-over safeguards.Through this crisis, businesses are needing to think about every aspect of how they operate, and technology is crucial to that. Technology firms need to rise to that challenge and think about how they can help organisations adapt: innovation must accelerate, not decelerate.These are extraordinarily difficult times for people and economies on a global scale. We owe it to ourselves that the creativity and innovation coming out of the crisis should not go to waste.
Bev White, CEO Harvey Nash Group, talks about innovation, internal collaboration and employee engagement, for the Group’s new site aimed at its furloughed employees Like many businesses, the pandemic crisis has meant the Harvey Nash Group has recently focused on keeping staff safe, protecting jobs and maintaining the financial health of the business. Also like many businesses we have used the Furlough schemes in a number of countries to support us through these more uncertain phases.At our heart we are a people business with great tech know how. And it was really important to us that our furloughed staff, whilst not working, were still able to feel part of the Harvey Nash Group family. We wanted them to keep up to date with the latest news, as well as have opportunities to learn and grow throughout their time away from work.In Harvey Nash Group one of the jewels in our crown is our IT Solutions business NashTech. In a very short time, having outlined the kind of experience I wanted our furloughed staff to have, they quickly went away and with great style and insight came back with a short demo site.There is nothing more rewarding than seeing your ideas turned into reality and seeing it meant that it was easy to make changes and adapt it before it went into final production.Today we are launching the site to our furloughed staff. I feel contented that we are offering some real value to our people and letting them see that, whilst it’s not possible for them to work at the moment, they have every opportunity to learn new skills so that they come back refreshed and renewed. The site is built in the Microsoft Teams environment, which is embedded across our businesses worldwide.For those organisations who would like to provide a similar experience for their employees during these tough times we can easily adapt and create your own experience, whether you currently have Teams or not. Please do get in contact to understand how this can be achieved.In the words of Maya Angelou ‘People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel’.
Harvey Nash Group CEO discusses with People Group how past challenges can help us in current time Harvey Nash Group CEO, Bev White, was interviewed by Suhail Mirza as part of People Group’s People Talk series, which talks to leaders within the recruitment industry. The series entitled ‘Learnings from Leaders’ asks eminent business leaders how they have dealt with times of crisis in their past experiences.Bev spoke about the impact of the coronavirus on Harvey Nash Group and how she’s coping with the shift in working practices. Bev also talks about how her previous experience in the technology industry has helped her understand the impact of the Coronavirus crisis on the sector. You can find the full interview at https://vimeo.com/410598816
COVID-19: We’re ready to support you Dear clients, candidates and contractors,we at the Harvey Nash Group have never been more ready to support you. To find great talent as always, to create flexible solutions for your workforce needs, to design and deliver technology solutions to drive you successfully through the times ahead and have you ready to bounce back faster and stronger when we come through the other side. We have been preparing at the very start of when the virus appeared in China, testing our home working systems and practices, doing everything possible to keep our people safe and ensuring our online business doors are wide open and ready to operate from our homes around the world. We are here ready to support you and proactively reaching out to all our clients, candidates and contractors. Please do get in touch with us if you have any questions or need our help. Best regards,Bev White, CEO Harvey Nash Group
Harvey Nash / KPMG CIO Survey 2020 Wofür geben CIO’s und Technologieexperten ihr Budget aus? Wie gewinnen sie Talente trotz Fachkräftemangel? Wie trägt ihre digitale Strategie zum Erfolg ihrer Organisation bei? Der Harvey Nash / KPMG CIO Survey 2020 beschäftigt sich mit diesen Fragen bereits zum 22ten mal. Die Studie ist eine der vertrauenswürdigsten und umfangreichsten internationalen Umfragen unter IT-Führungskräften. Die Umfrage findet auch dieses Jahr in Zusammenarbeit mit MIT’s Center for Information Systems Research statt und gibt zusätzliche Einblicke in die umfassenden analytischen Auswertungen.Nehmen Sie jetzt an dem Harvey Nash / KPMG CIO Survey 2020 teil. Zur Teilnahme Es dauert ca. 15-20 Min., diese Umfrage auszufüllen und Sie erhalten folgende Vorteile:Eine vollständige Kopie des ca. 30+ Seiten CIO Reports Eine Einladung zu einem der 25 globalen Harvey Nash CIO Lunch-Events Einen personalisierten Benchmark Report – eine individuelle für Sie erstellte Auswertung, die Ihre Angaben mit den Daten der CIOs Peer Group vergleicht. Letztes Jahr haben fast 4.000 CIOs und IT-Führungskräfte aus über 80 Ländern an der Umfrage teilgenommen und haben von den gewonnenen Erkenntnissen in Themen wie die Unternehmensentwicklung und der Karriereplanung profitiert. Nehmen Sie jetzt an dem Harvey Nash / KPMG CIO Survey 2020 teil. Zur Teilnahme Erfahren Sie mehr über Harvey Nash
Albert Ellis, CEO der Harvey Nash Group, gehört zu den Top 100 der Rekrutierung-Influencer London, 9. September 2019 - Albert Ellis, CEO der Harvey Nash Group wurde in der „SIA’s Staffing 100 Europe List“ aufgenommen. Die Liste, die bereits zum siebten Mal veröffentlicht wurde, zeichnet Führungskräfte aus, deren Beiträge zur Gestaltung der Arbeitswelt beigetragen haben. Die Gruppe umfasst CEOs aus der gesamten Branche der Personalberatung, darunter Strategen und Technologen. Albert Ellis ist seit über zwei Jahrzehnten in der Personalberatungsbranche tätig und ist aktuell CEO bei der Harvey Nash Group. Er ist außerdem Treuhänder im Board of Asia House, aktives Mitglied der Rustat Conference der Universität Cambridge und Mitglied des externen Beratungsgremiums für das „Information Leadership Network“ der Cass Business School. „Die Preisträger von Staffing 100 Europe 2019 bringen Scharfsinn und Visionen zusammen, um die heutigen geschäftlichen Herausforderungen vor dem Hintergrund der politischen Unsicherheit, des Brexit, der Jugendarbeitslosigkeit, der Einwanderung und der wirtschaftlichen Schwankungen zu bewältigen“, sagte Subadhra Sriram, Redakteur und Herausgeber von Media Products bei SIA. „Wenn sie neue Programme auf den Weg bringen, in Technologie und Innovation investieren, sind ihr Engagement und ihre Leidenschaft lobenswert. Ihre Unterstützung hat dazu beigetragen, einen Markt von geschätzten 172 Milliarden Euro im Jahr 2018 zu formen. Wir gratulieren allen diesjährigen Preisträgern." Albert Ellis sagte nach seiner Aufnahme in das Verzeichnis der „SIA’s Staffing 100 Europe List 2019“: „Es ist mir eine Ehre, in diese Liste aufgenommen zu werden. Harvey Nash hat in den letzten zwei Jahren einen vollständigen Wandel durchlaufen und ist heute eines der weltweit führenden Unternehmen für Technologie-Rekrutierung, IT-Outsourcing und Führung. Ich freue mich, dass die vom Harvey Nash-Führungsteam geleistete Arbeit in dieser Ergänzung der Staffing 100-Liste von 2019 anerkannt wurde.“ Erfahren Sie mehr über die “Staffing 100 Europe List“ von SIA Über Harvey Nash: Harvey Nash unterstützt mehr als die Hälfte der weltweit führenden Unternehmen bei der Rekrutierung, Einstellung und Begleitung hoch qualifizierter Professionals im IT & Engineering Bereich. Seit 30 Jahren bietet Harvey Nash ein breit gefächertes Leistungsportfolio in den Bereichen Professional Recruitment, Executive Search, Arbeitnehmerüberlassung und IT Outsourcing an. Das Unternehmen operiert weltweit von 36 Standorten aus und beschäftigt über 2500 Mitarbeiter und Experten. In Deutschland verfügt Harvey Nash über Niederlassungen in Düsseldorf, Stuttgart, München, Hamburg und Frankfurt. Erfahren Sie mehr über Harvey Nash