Career Strategy Workshop: How to negotiate an offer - Viewing Party
Speaker: Bianca Martinez, Engineering Entry-Level Recruitment and Harun Hasib, Engineering Entry-Level Recruitment
Date: October 19, 2021
Time: 12pm - 1pm
Location: Packard Building, room 214
Oren'a Hummus will be served!
Speakers will not be present, but join us for lunch!
Be prepared to swipe Stanford ID card and show green health badge from the mobile app
Abstract of the Talk
As fall interviewing kicks off, it is important to begin thinkingand talking about offers! Please join members of the Bloomberg EngineeringEntry-Level Recruitment team as they discuss offer verbiage, offer negotiation,offer timelines and deadlines, and assessing what’s best for you. They willshare best practices to get you prepared for your upcoming decisions and there will be plenty of time to ask questions.
Bio of the Speakers:
Bianca Martinez is an EngineeringEntry-Level Recruiter at Bloomberg LP and manages the recruitment relationship at Stanford University, in partnership with Harun Hasib. Her team oversees the internship and full-time training program for Software Engineers.
Bianca has spent the majority of her career in recruitment at large technology and financial services organizations. She graduated from Binghamton University in 2015 with a BA in Philosophy, Politics, and Law. Bianca spends her free time exploring new events and experiences in her native New York City and playing sports.
Harun Hasib is an Engineering Entry-LevelRecruiting Coordinator & Recruiting Data Project Manager at Bloomberg LP.He is passionate about using data to optimize candidate experience, and support recruiting managers and team leads to revolutionize our recruitment strategy. He also helps manage the recruitment relationship at Stanford University along with Bianca Martinez. The Entry-LevelRecruitment team oversees the internship and full-time training program for software Engineers.
Harun graduated from the University at Buffalo in 2019 with a degree in Management Information Systems. He joined a tech startup right after graduating and did operation backend for cybersecurity deals with financial service firms. He switched over to Bloomberg because working with people is his passion and he would be able to live that passion by recruiting.