HIRING PROCESS

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Apply

When you are preparing to apply to one of our open jobs, we recommend double-checking your resume to ensure its content is formatted nicely and relevant to the job of interest. Please know that we may not immediately get back to you after you apply, because a real recruiter – not a bot – reviews your application. We don't want to miss anyone who could be just right for our company.  

 

Resume advice from our Recruitment team

  • Need help to get started? Consider using an online resume builder to get your first draft.
  • Listing work experience chronologically is the most common structure.
  • Mention the specific responsibilities you owned in each of your past experiences.  
  • Quantify your impact or list tangible results.
  • Don’t forget special projects, awards, and volunteerism.
  • Include your highest level of education and the type of degree.  
  • Currently working towards a degree? Include it with your expected graduation date. 
  • Remember to list relevant certifications. 
  • Tailor your resume to align with the job of interest.  
  • We recommend limiting your resume length to 1-2 pages. 
  • Keep your LinkedIn profile up-to-date and have it match your resume. 
  • Always double-check your resume before submitting. Consider having someone else read it before you submit!  

 

Interview

We're looking forward to meeting you! You can expect that it starts with a phone call with someone from the Hiring Team. After that, we’ll get you scheduled for an interview with the team. Whether in-person or by video, we think behavioral-based questions that address our competencies are the best way to get to know you. This is also your time to get to know us, so come prepared with plenty of questions.

Interview advice from our Recruitment team

We're looking forward to meeting you! You can expect that it starts with a phone call with someone from the Hiring Team. After that, we’ll get you scheduled for an interview with the team. Whether in-person or by video, we think behavioral-based questions that address our competencies are the best way to get to know you. This is also your time to get to know us, so come prepared with plenty of questions.

  • Review the content on this website to understand our company vision, values, and culture
  • Thoroughly read the job description
  • Learn what you can about the team that’s hiring (see if they’re on LinkedIn!)
  • Be prepared to summarize your work history, skills, experiences, and why you’re a good fit for the role
  • Prepare a few questions to ask the hiring team
  • Use the “BAR” method to answer behavioral interview questions
  • Review the content on this website to understand our company vision, values, and culture
  • Thoroughly read the job description
  • Learn what you can about the team that’s hiring (see if they’re on LinkedIn!)
  • Be prepared to summarize your work history, skills, experiences, and why you’re a good fit for the role
  • Prepare a few questions to ask the hiring team
  • Thank your panel for the time and be on the lookout for communication from the Recruitment team.  

 

Accept

We're looking forward to meeting you! You can expect that it starts with a phone call with someone from the Hiring Team. After that, we’ll get you scheduled for an interview with the team. Whether in-person or by video, we think behavioral-based questions that address our competencies are the best way to get to know you. This is also your time to get to know us, so come prepared with plenty of questions.

 

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