At Flexware Innovation, Inc. we believe each interview is just an open conversation between candidate and employer. Insights are gained along the way by both parties, and in the end really it is a two-way street interview. The candidate’s skill set and attributes must be a match for the employer and the company’s culture and offerings must be a match for the candidate. Both are accessing and making decisions at each step of the process.
For our team, transparency and openness during the interview process are a must. By starting with those key elements there is a greater chance both parties will find the right match. Over the years, our team has found several key tips helpful for engineering candidates looking to stand out and rise to the top of the candidate pool.
Our downloadable job seeker toolkit starts with seven ways to help your resume stand out above the rest. Did you know 90% of employers check your LinkedIn profile during the interview process? Is your profile the best representation of you? See all the tips you should consider before applying for engineering positions.
What nine things should you do while gearing up for the interview for your dream engineering position? Find out here.
This one key step is missed by so many engineering candidates, but really helps individuals stand out in the interview process. Find out what you should do 24 hours after your interview.
A successful interview begins with a straightforward experience, not a cat and mouse game. Hiring managers never intend for it to be a painful process for either side. There is no reason why it shouldn’t be a fun and insightful process. By utilizing our job seeker toolkit (link to PDF), making effective use of honest open dialogue and just being you, you’ll be putting your best foot forward in the interview process. Most important of all, don’t forget to enjoy the experience along the way!
Curious what candidates are saying about Flexware’s interview process? Check out our Glassdoor reviews.
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