A bachelor’s degree in either computer science or information technology is usually the minimum qualification for most IT jobs in Bulgaria. Depending on the job position, certain certifications may be required such as Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSE), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), or Professional Scrum Master (PSM).

Common IT job positions in Bulgaria include software developers, web designers, system administrators, network engineers, database administrators, and security analysts. Other popular roles include DevOps specialists, cloud engineers, IT project managers, and mobile app developers. Depending on the organization, specialized roles such as artificial intelligence (AI) engineers, machine learning specialists, and blockchain architects may also be in demand. To stay competitive in the job market, many professionals pursue additional certifications or degrees to gain an edge with employers.

They can, of course, charge the candidates. In some countries, they do charge candidates. We, however, don’t charge candidates anything. It’s free. We only charge client’s for the services of hiring.

Yes, we can. However, it depends on many factors if we can help you find a job. These things include such things as your location, are you willing to work from home or from an office, your skill level in whatever technology, and not the least, your soft skills, and finally, the need for the type of services you offer. We work only in the Bulgarian IT market and only offer positions locally.

Next Recruitment’s policy is to not disclose any information to their current employers. We believe that we live in a free world where people have a choice to change jobs or careers, if that is their wish.

An IT Recruitment specialist is commonly responsible for screening, interviewing and placing workers, as well as keeping up to date on local hiring laws and regulations.

Our role is very sensitive to employers because we track important, and competitive data about the companies we work with. Trust is the basis of all our work with clients. Can recruitment agencies be trusted? In short, yes.

Employers hire IT recruitment agencies  like Nextjob to find job candidates faster than doing it themselves. Agency recruiters or headhunters do this by gathering information about the open roles, goes on to identify qualified people in their network or contacts database, reaches out to them for openings, screening the candidates, and providing support to the employer during the selection of the new hire. Recruitment agencies are commonly confused with employment agencies.

No. It’s not an automated process. It’s manual process that requires identifying candidates, searching, contacting, interviewing, testing, and presenting potential candidates before sending them to the client.

A recruitment cycle is a complete process of hiring a person:

1. Understanding the requirement and who is to be recruited
2. Applying the recruitment process
3. Screening the persons
4. Conducting phone interviews
5. Scheduling personal interviews with clients
6. Short listing potential candidates
7. Conducting a second interview or follow up confirmations
8. Selecting the right candidates from the short-list
9. Verifying the developers background and documents
10. Sending the offer and recommendation letter to the client
11. Completing the hiring formalities

A Full hiring life cycle, the Recruiter manages the full recruitment process. First by posting a job, connecting with potential candidates, interviewing candidates, and sending offers of employment.

We often get asked if we have worked with clients in their specific country.

So far, we have worked with companies from:

  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Bulgaria
  • Germany
  • United Kingdom
  • France
  • Switzerland
  • USA
  • Australia
  • Greece