Even if you don’t have a STEM degree or a coding bootcamp on your resume, you can still build your career and gain relevant work experience with Bay Area companies.
How do you get a job in the tech industry if you’re not into tech? You might be surprised how many household-name companies are hiring for Bay Area talent to fill entry-level roles and contract-to-hire staff. It turns out there’s a lot available for non-tech positions through Premier Talent Partners. Bay Area staffing companies may be your most promising opportunity to get experience with your industry of choice.
There are some incredible career paths that can start with a contract or temp-to-hire role.
The City by the Bay is home to the headquarters of many large and rapidly-growing companies. They look to Premier to find and filter the best-fit talent. Before we can help them find you, read about these career alternatives to tech.
The Bay Area is a lucrative place if you’re in the business of finance. You can find many corporate bank headquarters around FiDi and banking organizations need contract finance staff. Even if you’re still building industry experience, Premier will help you find your niche in the Bay Area finance industry.
Bay Area Finance Jobs:
Competent managers are always looking for administrative assistants and data entry staff to increase their efficiency. Don’t rely on networking events to kickstart your career as you manage meeting notes and calendar invites for Bay Area management. Premier will help get your foot in the door to top companies hiring administrative talent near you.
Bay Area Admin Jobs:
We’ve all had to deal with customer support and customer service professionals. Customer-facing positions can be challenging yet rewarding. Successful support and customer service-related talent in the Bay Area can leverage their experience into sales roles. Browse some of the open customer service jobs available through Premier and contact us if you have any questions.
Bay Area Customer-Oriented Jobs:
If you’re looking to recruit, screen, interview, and place workers, the Bay Area is where you want to be. Applicants must usually have a bachelor’s degree in human resources, business, or a related field. However, the level of education and experience required varies by position and employer. Contract roles in HR can be a great way to network for future opportunities.
Bay Area HR Jobs:
It takes a lot of talent to staff and run Bay Area companies during periods of rapid growth. You will recognize operations jobs as requiring adaptability, high-pressure situations, and varied task load. These positions require you to handle substantial responsibility which can be leveraged into further management roles.
Bay Area Operations Jobs:
By the time you read this, candidates may have already been chosen for the aforementioned roles. The nature of staffing companies includes fluctuating position-specific demand, so apply early. If you see a role you’re interested in and are having trouble apply, send us a message. We have offices across Sacramento, San Francisco, Berkeley, East Bay, Silicon Valley, and Palo Alto.
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