RemarkableHire was inspired by a common pain point that we shared: finding top tech and design talent. We knew from our own experiences finding great people for our own organizations that the best folks weren't on job boards. We also had seen enough great looking resumes that turned out to be slightly...embellished. That's what led us to ask ourselves the questions that would spawn RemarkableHire: Where can you find the best candidates, and what evidence do you have that they really are the best?
Jamey is primarily responsible for RemarkableHire's customer development, business development, sales, marketing, and strategy.
Prior to RemarkbleHire, Jamey was a VP at Discovery Communications where he co-founded a new mobile products division, led the company's entry into early stage strategic investing, executed digital media M&A transactions, and ran the technology organization that developed Discovery's portfolio of 15 consumer-facing websites and online video products.
Jamey began his career at Accenture, where he started as a software engineer and rose to lead North American Portal & Content Management consulting services for the Communications, High Tech, Media & Entertainment industries. He also authored the firm's Social Media Product Strategy methodologies.
Jamey has an MBA from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, where he earned the distinction of Palmer Scholar, Wharton's highest academic honor. Jamey has a bachelor's degree in Mathematics from Virginia Tech.
Scott heads up product design and development, is the lead engineer behind RemarkableHire, and manages the company's internal operations.
Prior to Remarkable Hire, Scott was CTO at Goal.com, the world's largest soccer news website.
Previously, Scott was the Chief Technology Officer at HealthCentral, a venture-backed digital media company that delivers online health information and experiences. He was responsible for software engineering and technology operations there, helping to create the company's site experiences and substantially increase its audience.
Before joining HealthCentral, Scott spent eleven years providing consulting services with Accenture. As a senior technologist, Scott specialized in the development of complex content and commerce systems including leading the original development of washingtonjobs.com, the online jobs site for the Washington Post. This site was later licensed to Cox Enterprises, and Scott led the implementation of the site in four other markets.
Scott has a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Richmond.
The founder of Exaqueo, Susan has worked and consulted with start-ups, high-growth and mature companies around the world. In 2011 she was named a top 100 influencer in HR and a top 100 HR/Recruiting Industry pro. Susan's worked inside some of the most renowned global brands including The Ritz-Carlton, Marriott International, The Home Depot and Arthur Andersen. The employer brand she managed for Marriott was named 2011's "Best Employer Brand" by ERE.