Katie Jackson

Katie Jackson


With a first class honours degree in Events Management, super-organised Katie loves nothing more than being completely on top of all her work and seeing projects through to completion. After two years gaining experience as a Projects Coordinator at UGG, we’re delighted Katie has made the leap to recruitment and joined our Tech team. Her skills definitely come to good use when resourcing candidates for the team and managing a busy recruitment desk. To unwind, social butterfly Katie loves nothing more than spending time with friends – she’s developed a love for limitless-prosecco brunches and who can blame her? Glamourous Katie also loves building a beauty portfolio, through doing make-overs on friends in her spare time.

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5 Top Tips for Writing a Tech CV

What makes a great CV? Here at Futureheads, we spend a lot of time each day reviewing CVs, and we are always happy to give pointers on how to create one that stands out.

JavaScript framework trends - A recruiters perspective

As a recruiter specialising in tech, I have to remain active and engaged in this continuously evolving market.  Attending meet ups and events are key to helping me understand how best to communicate to the technically minded and knowing industry knowledge always helps build respect with both candidates and clients. On a daily basis, I am speaking to and meeting with front end developers, so it is important that I listen and make a note of new #trends in the market, as I know it will not be long before clients start requesting the same technical skillset which excites developers.

When I started in recruitment eight months ago, I quickly learnt that the JavaScript scene changes at a very rapid pace and it seemed like new technology was coming out daily.  The buzz word when I joined was of course ReactJS, firstly loved by developers for being the latest commercially desired technology to educate themselves on, but also for those who started using it found it was more lightweight than AngularJS, often creating cleaner and more condensed code. More recently Angular2 has come into play, rivalling reactJS and almost certainly trumping its sister AngularJS. Since starting in recruitment to now, there have been several evident growing #trends across the front-end market, all which I have picked up on from speaking with developers.