Information Technology at Daley and Associates

It is no secret that advances in technology are at an all-time high, and as a result, the demand for trained, skilled technical talent is increasing exponentially. Businesses rely on technology to stay competitive, and our team of experts will recruit individuals to design, develop, implement, and support your key technology initiatives. The IT recruiting team makes it their mission to understand what technologies are in demand in the marketplace. We identify candidates with the right skill set and experience for the particular technology needs of our clients to help reduce the time and stress associated with filling an open role.

Our Information Technology Team

Angela Fagin

Division Manager

Kenny Williams

Senior Associate

Charles Cremer


Successful IT Placements

Application ArchitectureBusiness/Systems AnalystCloud ComputingDesktop SupportHelp Desk TechnicianProgram ManagementNetwork EngineerSystems EngineerTechnology Management

Information Technology HOT jobs:

Desktop Support Engineer

Direct | Boston, MA

A successful investment manager would like to add a Desktop Support Engineer/Help Desk associate to their team immediately. This role is a high growth opportunity for the right candidate who is passionate about technology and has high-level customer service.

Senior Helpdesk Engineer

Direct | Boston, MA

An industry-leading investment manager in Boston would like to add a senior support engineer to their team. You must have a degree in a related field and 3-5 years of networking experience, as well as 2-5 years of help desk experience.

HR Business Analyst

Contract | Boston, MA

A leading pharmaceutical company is currently seeking a Senior Business Analyst with an HR background to join their team for a 6-month contract with great potential to extend. This role is an excellent opportunity to join a dynamic work environment in a highly-visible role. 

Charles Cremer spoke about recruiting with the latest class of  Year Up  interns. Year Up provides young adults with the professional and technical skills that hiring companies need, ensuring they can launch successful professional careers.

Charles spoke of his unconventional journey to becoming a recruiter to help connect with these IT soon-to-be graduates. He also discussed questions to ask a recruiter, best int erview practices, and the different types of recruiting.

Year Up Boston Information Technology Jobs