A Free PowerToFly Profile Landed Her A Role At This World-Renowned Company
Meet Diana Stubbe, S&P Global's Newest Lead Database Software Engineer
S&P Global is not only known for their unwavering ability to deliver data and insights that are vital to the world's economy, but for the people who help make this possible. With 90 Global offices and over 20,000 employees, they believe that an inclusive workplace is one in which every employee is heard, respected and valued - something Diana Stubbe greatly appreciated as she went through their hiring process.
Diana is a Lead Database Software Engineer who recently joined the S&P Global team after being discovered on PowerToFly. Diana created a free PowerToFly Profile, complete with her experience, skills, and a solid personal statement, which immediately stood out to the S&P Global team.
The overall process was easy to follow and the S&P Global Team did a great job at keeping me informed.
But what makes S&P Global stand out among the rest? "I enjoy the company culture, teamwork and interesting projects" says Diana. This could be because S&P Global has nine employee resource groups which are open to all employees, as well as a plethora of programs and policies to ensure their people thrive personally and professionally.
Thinking about joining the S&P team? Diana has this advice for you:
The most valuable lesson I learned on this journey to my new role, was to check in with the hiring managers on how the process is going to continuously stay up to date.
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