Across geographies, industries, and technologies, there is one constant underlying factor: success is truly impossible without great talent. Our evaluation process begins and ends with your success in mind by developing opportunities for skilled candidates, fostering relationships between you and the employers who seek your unique experience.
At Talent Cultivators we follow a set of standards that are different from that of an internal human resources department. We recruit talent based on the technical skill sets required to meet the objectives of goal-oriented projects as well as fostering long term growth and advancement for candidates within the ever-evolving science and technology industries. We recruit talent from across the world, promoting a philosophy of collaboration and personal improvement to match candidates with ambitious employers. We readily seek out candidates that show high skill levels in a variety of disciplines to discover new opportunities for both candidate and employer.
Temporary Positions: The advantages of temporary placements benefit both the candidate and employer for short and long-term solutions in staffing. A candidate is able to demonstrate their knowledge and skill while continuing to search and prepare for a position that best suits their professional goals. Employers are able to strengthen staffing and training processes to improve overall productivity through skilled professional assistance.
Temp-to-Hire Opportunities: Temporary positions offer the ability for employers to develop talent within their organization, allowing for a direct hire that can seamlessly transition, providing long-term staffing strategies and solutions.
Consulting Positions: Consultants increase success rates in short-term projects and provide valuable research and development advancements beyond traditional staffing options. Consultants are skilled workers with the knowledge and capability to drive existing and/or newly assigned teams.
Remote Work Options: Work from home and remote working options allow for the recruitment of greater talent for project success and increased productivity, balanced with the individual benefits of locale choice and flexibility.
Our detail oriented vetting process ensures that our clients are getting the best technical talent to fill their position vacancies. This approach confirms that our candidates and consultants are placed in positions that match their skills abilities. The end results of our professional guidance and oversight creates synergy and increased productivity for our long-term placements which directly leads to higher retention bonuses and mutually beneficial compensation packages. Talent Cultivators has consistently recruited top talent to meet the growing technical demand of companies worldwide.
|Senior Cyber Security Analyst||Security Firm||Netherlands||$110,000|
|Technical Lead||Consulting Firm||Georgia||$78,000|
|Network Security Engineer||Research & Development Firm||United States||$80,000|
|Software Developer/Tester||Start-up||United States||$75,000|
|Penetration Tester||Security Firm||Malaysia||$80,000|
|Cyber Security Analyst||Security Firm||Romania||$67,000|
|Backend Software Developer||Software Company||United Kingdom||$90,000|
|Systems Engineer||Security Firm||Singapore||$85,000|
|Malware Analyst||Security Firm||Lithuania||$95,000|
|Penetration Tester||Security Firm||Remote Job||$90,000|
An internal audit is the examination, monitoring and analysis of activities related to a company's operations, including its business structure, employee behavior and information systems. Internal audit regulations, such as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, have increased corporate requirements for performing internal audits. Audits are important components of a company's risk management as they help to identify issues before they become substantial problems, such as attempts to steal intellectual property.
An internal audit begins by an auditor assessing current processes and procedures. The auditor then analyzes and compares the results to internal control objectives. He determines whether the results comply with internal policies and procedures as well as state and federal laws. Finally, the auditor compiles and presents an audit report to the business owner.
When it comes to external auditing, there are two different categories of auditors. First, there is an external or statutory auditor who works independently to evaluate financial reporting, and then there are external cost auditors who evaluate cost statements and sheets to see if they’re free of misstatements or fraud. Both of these types of auditors follow a set of standards different from that of the company or organization hiring them to do the work.
Internal auditors, as the name implies, are employed by the company or organization for whom they are performing the audit. To the best of their ability, internal auditors provide information to the board, managers, and other stakeholders on the accuracy of their books and the efficacy of their internal systems. Consultant auditors, while not working internally, use the standards of the company they are auditing as opposed to a separate set of standards. These types of auditors are used when an organization doesn’t have the resources to audit certain parts of their own operations.