Our team


Gabriel Molina Jiménez

People & Culture Specialist


IT experts, Gabriel Molina is your guy. He’s the IT talent recruiter for Techsoulogy and would be the first person you’d talk to if you were interested in working with us. To give you and the rest of the readers some clues about him, keep reading the whole interview.

Question: How did you get into the programmatic industry?

Answer: Honestly, I didn’t know about the programmatic industry until I was contacted by Tappx. From that moment on, I researched the company and the sector in which it operates.

Q: What is the best part of being a Talent Specialist?

A: Dealing with people, both internally and externally. We have an impact on people’s happiness.

Q: Could you list some tips to become a good TS? What are the essential skills needed in your job (and why patience jeje)?

A: From my point of view, to be a good TS, among other things, is to be natural, to humanize the hiring process (it is not about checking whether or not you meet specific requirements, it is not a shopping list), to build trust with the person and, of course, to give a positive image (maybe this is not the right time for the candidate, but in the future, it will be).

I would suggest that the following skills are essential:

  • Curiosity and empathy: you should be interested in getting to know the teams, the technologies they work with, their needs, the market, analysing trends, etc.
  • Transparency: Be as transparent as possible in terms of company structure, job conditions, projects in which you will be involved.
  • Communication: It is very important to create a fluid communication, always giving feedback, with the different people you work with.
  • Detail orientation: working with people, each one of them with their particularity, implies being attentive to detail, in order to better understand each one of them and help them on their way.

And many more, we would never finish!

Q: Tell us about a recent reliable recruitment or goal you’re proud of.

A: In Tappx, given the growth of the last years, we always have new recent hires hahah.

One of the aspects that makes me feel proud, as a TS, is when a not hired candidate gives you positive feedback, and further on in time you keep having contact and participate again in a process. Regardless of the outcome, it is a clear sign of a job well done.

A recent case that makes you feel proud is, for example, a candidate who, after reaching the final stage of the hiring process, despite not being hired, gave positive feedback on how the process had been managed, the communication, and the treatment received.
She commented that it was one of the best hiring processes she had ever participated in.

Q: How do you organize your day? What tools do you use and which of them are your favorite ones?

A: At an organizational level it is important to have everything documented and structured and, if possible, in a visual way to have the overall scheme of your work. When managing different projects and having contact with many people, is a way of not getting lost in it.

Among the different tools or platforms I use, I mainly mention the ones that allow me to have general contact with candidates, our ATS, LinkedIn Recruiter, Gmail, and Google Meet. In addition to these, Trello and Excel also form part of my day-to-day life.

Q: What do you expect from the future of the industry? What needs to be improved?

A: As for the programmatic industry, we expect changes in the future, due to the improvement of user privacy, although surely someone else will be able to help you more than me with this question.

Concerning human resources and recruitment, for some years now the trend in the sector has been to place people at the center of the organization, developing a series of improvements in companies that produce significant changes. There is still a lot of potential for improvement in reconciling work and family life.

Q: Do you have any idea how many emails you send per day? And LinkedIn messages? 🙂

A: This is data that varies depending on the week, due to the need for other projects or meetings and interviews, but the daily estimate is around 20 LinkedIn messages and a similar number of emails per day.

Q: What is the app you use the most in your daily life?

A: LinkedIn, no doubt about it!

Q: What is the first thing you do when you get home and disconnect from work?

A: I love to take time out for a coffee and a mid-afternoon snack. Once I’ve had some rest, sport is a must.

Q: What would you do if you won the lottery?

A: Traveling around the world is, without a doubt, what I would most like to do.


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