Binc is your dedicated flexible recruiting team. Our mission is to help technology companies meet their ever-changing hiring needs by providing the Sourcers, Recruiters, and Leadership they need to deliver on their current and evolving needs. Our performance-driven team embeds themselves into our client’s culture, communications and systems/tools, and delivers best in class recruiting experiences at the unique pace that our clients require.
The Binc recruiting team is a microcosm of the national talent acquisition ecosystem. This includes sourcers, recruiters, and leadership of all experience levels and with cumulative experience building a technology company across all stages of growth, from entry-level to executive, across all functions and locations nationally.
Bringing in the right leadership is hyper-personal and therefore hyper-critical to the success of a growing technology organization. Applying our best-in-class search practice and methodology, our Executive Recruiters focus their energies on helping technology companies hire the leadership they need to achieve their business objectives.
The right recruiting team is critical, but it can only take you as far as the right recruiting strategy. Our leadership team leverages decades of cumulative recruiting expertise to help our clients with a number of unique talent advisory initiatives. Headcount Planning, Closing Strategy, Funnel Diagnosis, Recruiter Training, Branding, Process Design, Data Setup, more.
Better teams start with Binc…just see what some of our clients have to say
“Binc has made an immense amount of impact as we’ve scaled the engineering org. They fit seamlessly within the structure of our team and are an absolute joy to work with. Can’t recommend them highly enough!”
— Bryan Larson, Head of Technical Recruiting at Airbnb
Binc helped get us out of a long lasting hiring standstill, brought a lot of enthusiastic and rigorous energy to our team, helped stand up our interview processes, and quickly landed us a lot of solid talent who we still have a year later!
— Marty Weiner, CTO at Reddit