Scaling tech teams

Hiring tech talent is hard. With growing demand, the cost of acquiring and retaining talent has grown dramatically since the coming of the digital age. Whether via human solutions (staffing agencies or in-house sourcing), or digital ones (profile search, job adverts, matching tools) HR and Talent teams are under pressure to find scalable solutions to tech hiring.

We offer a scalable hiring solution; a unique pipeline of relevant, engaged candidates who are ready to interview. Our hybrid approach of combining human vetting and skills matching makes tech hiring simple. What’s more, we can help your team to reduce both the time and overall cost per hire.


Julian Cheng

Lead Talent Acquisition Partner, Sky Betting & Gaming

With hackajob you are getting quality over quantity. Candidates are pre-vetted, and match to what we’re looking for. It’s easy to engage with candidates, schedule interviews, and I love the breakdown of technical skills on candidate’s profiles. The platform has become part of our daily routine, as it only takes a few minutes every day to clear your new matches. We’ve got loads of success stories, and we’ve already made several hires in the short time we’ve been using the platform. The technology space is extremely competitive, and we’re matching with candidates we’ve never seen before.

Pipeline of tech talent

Hundreds of new tech candidates become available each week on our platform

Relevant matches

We show you only the most relevant candidates with the skills you’re looking for

Rapid process

95% of interview requests receive a response within 48 hours

Cut your hiring costs

Companies using our platform save on their hiring costs compared to agency fees

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Hiring remote teams

We’ll help you to source candidates who are looking for remote working opportunities, in your timezone.

Building diverse teams

Our mission is to make the hiring process fairer and based on skills rather than backgrounds, with our platform designed to remove biases in both the sourcing and selection processes.