About Us

Mission Statement

Technical Integrity is passionate about building startup communities and giving back to organizations that are making a difference in the world.  We are a boutique placement firm  focused on being a true partner in building engineering teams for small and mid size organizations.  A brutally honest and forthright approach, and a true belief in culture matching, deep dive technical screening and placing A-players is key to our success.

Who is Technical Integrity?

Technical Integrity is a boutique professional placement firm focused on helping our clients and candidates make a difference.  By doing what we do best, we empower organizations to maintain focus on what they do best.  It’s that simple.

1e348ebTechnical Integrity was founded by Dave Mayer. Dave has more than thirteen years of experience in technical recruiting, having placed nearly 400 conscientious people in highly technical capacities. Dave has found that by placing candidates who possess an affinity for startup cultures and positive social change, these candidates are happier in their positions and return greater ROI for their employer. Happier candidates mean high productivity and retention. It’s a win-win for everyone.

 

 

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Jaelin is the newest member to join the recruiting team. Jaelin possesses several years of management experience, and a keen ability to read people.  Her passion for helping others fits well with our culture of “always doing right by the candidate and the client”.  The fact that she loves dogs is also a big bonus.

 

 

 

The staff at Technical Integrity are active proponents of community building and social impact through technology.

We love what we do.  Give us a shout or drop us a line and we are happy to share our success stories from our ten years of making a difference in our community.  You will be glad you did.

Follow our blog or find us on Twitter @tintegrity for more information.

 

Quotes We Love

It is every man’s obligation to put back into the world at least the equivalent of what he takes out of it.

-Albert Einstein
Do unto others at least 20% better than you would expect them to do unto you, to correct for subjective error.
-Two-time Nobel Laureate, Linus Pauling