WeAreTechWomen have launched their new job board platform for women in tech.
With the percentage of women in the tech industry at a measly 17% in the UK and 16% globally, there is more to be done to attract women into technology and to encourage more women with transferable skills to consider a career in tech.
WeAreTechWomen’s revamped job board platform aims to help women find a job at an employer “that will truly support them and their career”. To achieve this, WeAreTechWomen won’t be working with every company, just those that can demonstrate they are on the journey towards gender equality and that they are putting in place programmes or support systems to progress women in the workplace.
The new job board features full-time, part-time, flexible, work for home roles, as well as many other opportunities, such as return to work programmes.
“We are proud to launch our job board with a number of roles with our long-term partners, BAE Systems, Oliver Wyman, PwC and Northern Trust. Over the coming weeks we will be on boarding other companies such as Credit Suisse, OpenFin, Sky and few other household names,” WeAreTechWomen announced.
“The new platform will enable us to connect our WeAreTechWomen members to companies who are serious about building their pipeline of female tech talent. The new platform has improved the overall functionality and look of our previous platform. We now have the ability to feature more content and create dedicated pages for clients in order to promote their roles and tell their stories,” said Vanessa Vallely Obe, Managing Director of WeAreTheCity and WeAreTechWomen.