San Francisco Business District


IT Avalon is a female owned, results driven, IT staffing and recruiting agency with the tenacity to find top-notch talent for our client’s evolving staffing needs. IT Avalon’s team is dedicated to providing exceptional service, for each and every client, including a high level of creativity to solve their staffing challenges. We exceed expectations by also providing objectives for growth, operational efficiency and competitive advantages through innovative, cost effective staffing solutions.


We bring to the table over 30 years of industry experience; a solid foundation for creative problem solving with our clients on the cultural and economic challenges they face. IT Avalon is exceptionally dedicated to securing the most important component to our client’s success: extraordinary people!


We listen to our clients needs, from start-up to well-established, and recommend a strategy on how to attain their end result quickly and efficiently. Our team is well experienced in placing talent for direct hire, contract-to-hire, contract and temporary positions. At IT Avalon, we believe, like medical researcher, Jonas Salk, the reward for work well done, is the opportunity to do more.

Recognition worth mentioning:

#12 Fastest Growing Private Company in the Bay Area – San Francisco Business Times
#5 Fastest Growing Private Company in the East Bay – San Francisco Business Times
#57 Largest Women-Owned Company in the Bay Area – San Francisco Business Times

“I have had a great relationship with IT Avalon and it’s executives since 2005 and they have always been extremely professional and committed to helping both their clients and candidates achieve successful solutions.”
Harry Sarwari


To guide and empower our clients and employees to reach their highest potential in integrity, performance and leadership. Provide clients with creative and flexible solutions that respond to their dynamic needs. Most importantly, to continuously strive for excellence and integrity in job performance and satisfaction.