Pros: Beautiful office, spacious work space, noise-cancelling headsets, commission plan, teammates, training plan
Cons: The ATS is a bit clunky
Working as a technical recruiter is difficult in this market: there are no candidates who are just floating out there in Austin. In order to do well, you must work a lot of hours to catch software developers at convenient times. On top of that, you've got to know what you're talking about. This takes even more time to do your research.
What's great about this recruiting office is that there isn't pressure to do the extra. The management is flexible understanding that recruiting isn't an 8-5 gig, but a high-volume, do-it-when-you-can type of position. So day appointments where you've got to squeeze life in are not noticed or mentioned. No cut-throatedness thanks to splits on placements.
Commission structure is solid, and you're awarded with cash for the amount of money you bring in at certain benchmarks. Metrics are public, but you're not harangued in public for your numbers. They believe in coaching up, and rewarding the top performers publicly.
They've built an excellent culture here.