Job Search & Interview Prep
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Finding your dream job means finding the right position at the right company. It’s not as easy as you’d think.
Only 25% of employees worldwide feel connected to their company's mission, and 50% don’t find meaning in their current job or role. We’ll work with you to identify what’s important to you and then create an interviewing strategy so you get the insights and answers you need.
Below is an overview of positions we are actively recruiting for - access our job postings and apply here
- SDR and AE openings in the greater Los Angeles area
- AE openings in San Francisco
- AE openings in Cleveland and Chicago
- AE openings in London
- SDR and AE openings in South Florida
- Contract finance and accounting openings in West Palm Beach
- What do you want in your next career opportunity?
- Do you have a crisp linkedin profile and resume?
- How compelling is your career summary?
- Have you conducted an in-depth study of your prospective employer? What did you learn and how will you leverage the same during your interview?
- Are you prepared for a (potential) working interview (role-play, etc)?
- Prepare for phone, video and in-person interviews.
- Prepare for working interviews.
- Research the company and its parent company.
- Who are its key competitors?
- Research products, services and market position.
- Research current events and Glassdoor reviews.
- Research interviewers via LinkedIn. Send them LI requests.
- Be well prepared to overview your career accomplishments.
- Prepare your interviewing questions - what will you ask them?
- Stay organized and do your follow-ups and thank you letters.
Will You Interview Them?
So how do you find the right job fit? The first step in the process is to determine what causes a bad job fit.
Look back on your past employment history. What was it that made a relatively simple 9-5, Monday-to-Friday job bad?
Dissecting past employment and learning from mistakes will help you set goals for "do's" and "don'ts"" in the pursuit of your ideal job. It's also important to interview the employer.
The average interview lasts just 40 minutes, which doesn’t give you much time to make a great first impression. To make matters worse, 33% of hiring managers say they know whether they’re interested, or not, within the first 90 seconds of an interview.
Next comes the first round of in-person interviews:
- Be a great listener
- Stay humble and hungry
- Overview relevant accomplishments
- Make eye contact(!)
- Make a case for the value you bring
- Ask smart questions and remember, you are also interviewing them(!)
Dress appropriately and present yourself with confidence—60% of bosses say that clothes could be the deciding factor between two candidates, and 38% say that overall confidence plays a big part in hiring decisions.
Write your follow-up thank you for the interview notes right away!