This 100% Remote Company Is Making Waves In Experiential Learning - And They’re Hiring
Meet Harry Klein, VP of Customer Success at Appsembler
Studies show that diverse teams are not only more efficient, but they perform better and produce higher-quality work. The same can be said about companies who empower their team members to work remotely from wherever they are!
One of our newest partners, experiential learning platform Appsembler, believes wholly in the value of both. Harry Klein, Appsembler's VP of Customer Success, leads a 100% distributed, diverse team, capitalizing on their unique backgrounds and experiences in order to best serve customers - and he's hiring!
Harry gave us the inside scoop on how you can score your next role with Appsembler - click here to see all of their open roles!
What traits are you looking for in your next team member?
Harry Klein: I'm looking for someone who is a lifelong learner with high levels of empathy for customers and teammates. This person has the ability to successfully work remotely, has some experience with online learning, and perhaps some experience with SaaS or technology.
Why do women and underrepresented talent feel they can thrive at your company?
HK: At Appsembler, we recognize and value the power that having multiple perspectives adds to our team, products, services, and strategy. We believe this has been key to our success and is one of our core values.
Our culture. We are lifelong learners who want to have a positive impact on the world through learning. We pride ourselves on our high levels of empathy, striving to treat people the way we would like to be treated. We believe in the well-being of our teammates and encourage everyone to take restorative time off.
Commitment. We have women and underrepresented talent on the team already and our executive team is committed to further broadening our diversity of perspectives.
What do you love most about working at Appsembler?
HK: Our culture. This is the most supportive, empathetic, talented, interesting, and fun team I've ever been a part of. This is made even more remarkable by the fact that we are fully distributed. We have differences of opinion, as one does in any organization, but they are always respectful, focused on building a platform and helping customers, and never personal.
What does the interview process at your company look like and how long does it usually take?
HK: Interviews are conducted via video conferencing because Appsembler is a 100% distributed team.
The process generally includes an initial interview with the hiring manager; interviews with team members from; other departments, and a final interview with the CEO.
What's a hot tip about your interview process that PowerToFly members can know?
HK: Appsembler offers a free trial of our SaaS platform. Anyone interested in joining Appsembler should sign up for one and spend some time with the platform.
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