Using our career page, take a look at what we have to offer while keeping in mind where you would like to have an impact — then start reviewing which of the listings match.
While the process may differ slightly for different roles, the same basics apply whether you’re applying for a tech job, an internship or a leadership position. Not all of these may apply for your role, but here are some of the ways we assess candidates in our hiring process:
Online assessments: You will be asked to do a brief online personality assessment, after we've reviewed your resume. You might be asked to complete more assessments specific to the role you applied for.
Short virtual chats: Before diving into more in-depth interviews, you’ll typically have one or two shorter conversations over phone or video. These will usually be with a recruiter, and are designed to assess what you are looking for.
In-depth interviews: We get excited about interviewing and take it seriously. Our process can be rigorous (typically 2-3 interview rounds, either over video or in person), but it’s also meant to be friendly, warm, and gives you the opportunity to get to know us better too. We’re guided by our goal of creating an equitable and inclusive experience where candidates from a wide variety of backgrounds have an opportunity to succeed.
In the end, we want above all to assess your skills and see if you and this role are a match. So we conduct our interviews using these guiding lights:
- Structured interviewing: Every candidate is assessed using clear rubrics, and we use those rubrics for anyone being considered for the role, so that everyone is evaluated from the same perspective, allowing their distinctiveness to emerge.
- Open-ended questions: We ask open-ended questions to learn how you solve problems. We want to understand how your mind works, how you interact with a team, and what your strengths are.