Staffing SolutionsParra Consulting Group, Inc is a leading provider of skilled IT professionals on a project and full-time basis. Firms of all sizes have come to rely on our consultants for projects ranging from network design and security to Internet-based applications development and technical support. Our combination of recruiting activities and full-service approach, backed by more than years of experience enables us to quickly meet the needs of our clients and candidates.

At Parra Consulting Group, Inc, we really understand IT. Our unsurpassed knowledge of the technology marketplace allows us to access the very best and brightest in the industry and we’ll meet your requirements quickly and cost-effectively.

When you work with Parra Consulting Group, you’ll receive:

Customized service — Our full-service approach to technology consulting allows us to respond to your special requirements promptly. We’ll invest the time up front and throughout our business relationship to learn and understand your business environment, products, services and staffing needs.

Connections to highly skilled IT talent — With our exceptional connections to IT talent, we’ll do more than provide cost-effective solutions to your needs, we’ll do it exactly when you need it.

Technical expertise – Our Account Executives possess IT backgrounds, making them uniquely skilled to find the right professionals for our clients’ requirements.

Evaluating Technical Skills – To ensure a good client/consultant fit, our unique skills evaluation process measures our consultants’ technical proficiency which is often the crucial difference between doing a job and doing it right. Through a series of evaluations, we test our consultants and validate their technical skills, ensuring they can step into a job and immediately make a contribution.

Guarantee – We guarantee that our people are skilled. If you are not completely satisfied with the talent we supply, there’s no charge. Just notify us within the first 24 hours of the assignment and we’ll send a replacement right away (contract consultants only).

Contact Parra Consulting Group, Inc. now! Help is just a call away: (301) 686-8480

Here is a sample of IT professionals we provide…

Sample of our IT professionals
  • Network Security Engineer
  • Help Desk Support Specialist and Manager
  • Network Administrator
  • Programmer
  • Web Developer
  • Database Administrator
  • Database Developer
  • Software Engineer
  • Project Manager
  • Technical Trainer
  • Systems Administrator
  • Desktop Support Specialist
  • Applications Developer
  • Network Engineer
  • …and more

We Provide Specialists In…

Specialist
  • Networking
  • Technical Support
  • Internet/Intranet Development
  • Database Management
  • Applications Development
  • Project Management

Networking

Networking expertise remains critical within IT departments. Firms depend on their internal systems to share data companywide and power their business-critical applications. In particular, demand is strong for professionals experienced in identifying and preventing security breaches. Recent investment in wireless and mobile technologies is creating a need for experts skilled in supporting systems that allow companies to share data with individuals outside of their internal networks.

Typical responsibilities for networking professionals include

Helping firms administer, define, maintain and expand local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs) and wireless local area networks (WLANs), including voice and data integration Incorporating distributed data, troubleshooting technical problems Developing, implementing and maintaining integrated programs to protect the confidentiality of an organization’s information resources

Technical Support

Technology is moving closer to the end user as firms move more business processes online. In fact, CIOs surveyed for Robert Half Technology’s IT Hiring Index and Skills Report listed increased customer/end-user support as a key factor influencing hiring decisions. Demand is growing for those skilled in supporting and training internal and external customers, including help desk analysts and managers, systems administrators and technical trainers.

Typical responsibilities for technical support professionals includes…

Managing end-user hardware and/or software support; troubleshooting as needed Training the end-user community on new systems; answering technical questions about equipment and software applications

Internet/Intranet Development

As companies continue to rely on the Web to expedite operations and limit costs, they seek individuals skilled in Active Server Pages (ASP), JavaScript and Extensible Markup Language (XML). In particular, the adoption of Microsoft’s .NET platform is fueling demand for those with experience developing within this environment.

Typical responsibilities for Internet development professionals include…

Creating Internet, intranet and extranet sites Maintaining and supporting e-commerce sites and managing web-based application Database Management: Demand for database managers continues to grow within IT departments as companies look to collect, store, analyze and leverage existing customer data housed within their internal systems. Job titles requested most frequently within this category include database manager, database administrator and data architect.

Typical responsibilities for database specialists include…

Monitoring and tuning databases for optimal performance and archiving of data Analyzing business data requirements, maintaining and managing data models, and participating in the applications development cycle Applications Development: Applications development remains a foundation of IT departments, particularly as firms move to enhance client-facing applications. Those experienced in developing enterprisewide Internet applications that integrate with legacy systems are highly sought after. Business systems analysts and application architects are in particularly strong demand.

Typical responsibilities for applications developers include…

Writing, designing, testing and supporting complex software programs that, depending on the organization, are run on internal systems or packaged for sale and general use

Project Management

As IT executives focus on maximizing their technology resources, the role of the project manager has become increasingly prominent. CIOs look to these professionals to help minimize time and cost overruns while leveraging existing investments. Project managers are involved in all phases of an initiative from obtaining requirements and training end users to maintaining budget integrity and project scope.

Typical responsibilities for applications developers include…

Defining and prioritizing IT project requirements Developing time and cost estimates, project plans and budgets Developing, monitoring and coordinating project activities, such as scheduling, tracking and reporting Experts in these specialties are among the many positions we fill. In addition, we place professionals including: CTOs IS managers Quality Assurance and testing specialists Telecommunications experts Technical trainers and writers and many others.