💎 Are CallRail's engineering teams the right fit for you? Watch the video to the end to find out!
📼 Engineering teams at CallRail encourage collaboration, communication, and empathy. Ayana Reddick, Senior Software Engineer at CallRail, shares what they are looking for in candidates and tells you why you’ll thrive there.
📼Engineering teams want candidates who have a growth mindset, love to learn, and are really good at communication. They also value team members who are excited about solving problems and working collaboratively. If you think you have what it takes, don't hesitate to apply.
📼At CallRail, engineering teams use Ruby on Rails for their backend, Angular on their frontend, and PostgreSQL for persistent data. They also use Jira for creating and tracking tickets, GitHub for their version control, and AWS for many cloud tools. Get familiar with these resources if you want to join them!
Engineering Teams And Diversity - Company’s Culture
CallRail seeks to hire from underrepresented groups. They pride themselves in selecting from a pool of very diverse candidates. They value the work that people do over their resumes. They encourage people to take their authentic selves to work. And they strive to create a supportive and welcoming environment. For this, they have Employee Resource Groups, that give voice to, provide safe spaces for, and educate the company at large. Some of their ERGs include the Rainbow Coalition, Black and Brown, Women Circle, and more.
🧑💼 Are you interested in joining CallRail? They have open positions! To learn more, click here.
Get to Know Ayana Reddick
If you are interested in a career at CallRail, you can connect with Ayana on LinkedIn. Don’t forget to mention this video!
More About CallRail
CallRail is here to bring complete visibility to the marketers who rely on quality inbound leads to measure success. Their customers live in a results-driven world, and giving them a clear view of their digital marketing efforts is the priority for CallRail. They see the opportunities in surfacing and connecting data from calls, forms, and beyond—helping their customers get to better outcomes.
💎Having curriculum gaps doesn’t necessarily imply a disadvantage in the recruiting process. Watch the video to the end to learn how to walk through them in an interview.
📼Worried about your curriculum gaps? Evan Farren and Ânia Sá, Talent Acquisition Specialists at LetsGetChecked, share advice on how to feel comfortable talking about gaps in education, experience, or employment when applying for a position.
📼 Curriculum gaps can be concerns for potential employers, but they're not necessarily deal breakers. Your recruiter will likely ask you for more information, but even if they don't, you should walk them through any gaps or moves, your reasons for those, and what you were doing during that time. This will help to alleviate any concerns that your recruiter or the hiring manager may have. And remember: be honest throughout the process!
📼If your curriculum has gaps in education, don’t feel discouraged to apply. LetsGetChecked understands that not everyone has been afforded the same opportunities. For this reason, they are working where possible to remove any education or qualification requirements from job descriptions and let your experience do the talking. Just be sure that you have plenty of examples prepared so that your interviewers can see the full benefit of your experience!
Relevant Experience Beats Curriculum Gaps - Get Through The Interview Process
A candidate will get an interview at LetsGetChecked if they are qualified for the position and have relevant experience working in a similar environment and industry. The tech interview process usually has four steps. The first step is a quick call with the recruiter to talk about motivation, experience, salary expectations, and availability to start. The second step is a 45-minute tech screening call with two tech members. The third step is an offline exercise plus a full technical interview and the exercise will be the base of the interview. The fourth and last step is a cultural fit interview with the team lead. Keep in mind that during an interview, it's important not only to show your experience with specific tools, languages, and procedures for a job but also the right motivations!
🧑💼 Are you interested in joining LetsGetChecked? They have open positions! To learn more, click here.
Get to Know Evan Farren and Ânia Sá
More About LetsGetChecked
LetsGetChecked is a virtual care company that allows customers to manage their health from home, providing direct access to telehealth services, pharmacy, and laboratory tests with at-home sample collection kits for a wide range of health conditions including Sexual Health, Cholesterol, Diabetes, Thyroid, Coronavirus (COVID-19), and more. Founded in 2015, the company empowers people with the care they need to live longer, happier lives. Today, LetsGetChecked is a leader in healthcare innovation with an end-to-end model including manufacturing, logistics, lab analysis, affiliated physician support, and prescription fulfillment, which provides a seamless user experience and a convenient, reliable and secure healthcare experience.
💎 Compliance engineering team at Cummins is the place for you if you're looking to inspire the next generation, be an innovative problem-solver, and work with others to make a difference in the world. Watch the video to the end to find out what it’s like to work in the company!
📼Wondering if compliance engineering is the place for you? Ammaarah Ravat, Graduate Compliance Engineer at Cummins, shares what they look for in candidates and why engineering can be the area for you. The company has many open positions from entry-level right through to professional. Find your place and don’t miss the opportunity to join them!
📼 The compliance engineering team always looks for candidates with competencies such as problem-solving, putting thoughts into action, and communicating clearly with cross-functional teams. Typically, careers start in Cummins with a candidate’s placement year or summer placement. The natural progression is to go into a graduate position within Cummins, and this can, in turn, lead to a full-time position within the company. There are lots of opportunities for you to grow!
📼Every day within the compliance engineering area is different. They might typically start the day by talking with design engineers, following up with a call with corporate responsibility, and finally a discussion with the supply chain. It's a cross-functional team, and there's not one aspect of the business that they don't touch. There's a lot of cross-functional communication and collaboration across the entire organization and it is a global team that meets the needs of its customers.
A Diverse Compliance Engineering Team Is Looking For You
Diverse perspectives and backgrounds are truly embraced at Cummins. Within the compliance engineering team, they have more women than men, which is very uncommon in engineering. In this team, people also come from different religious backgrounds, cultures, and upbringings. Having such a range of diversity within the team always adds to the discussion. Diversity helps employees to be collaborative in the work that they produce. Be part of Cummins and contribute with your perspective!
🧑💼 Are you interested in joining Cummins? They have open positions! To learn more, click here.
Get to Know Ammaarah Ravat
Ammaarah is an experienced STEM Ambassador with a demonstrated history of working in the education management industry. If you are interested in a career at Cummins, you can connect with her on LinkedIn. Don’t forget to mention this video!
More About Cummins
Cummins Inc. is a global power leader with complementary business segments that design, manufacture, distribute and service a broad portfolio of power solutions. Their culture believes in powering people’s potential. They provide global opportunities to develop your career, make your community a better place, and work alongside today’s most innovative thinkers to solve the world’s most challenging problems. They believe in flexibility for you to explore your passions and make an impact through meaningful work within their diverse workforce.
💎The Stack Overflow sales team might be the team for you if you have a strong background in B2B digital media sales and an interest in the software industry. Watch the video to the end to know how to join a company whose site is one of the most trafficked on the internet with over a hundred million unique monthly visitors!
📼The Stack Overflow sales team is growing with multiple openings around the world. Michael Medwig, Senior Managing Director, and Ashley Eakers, Manager Director, tell you a little bit more about their advertising sales business and why this could be the next step in your career path. They will talk you through the open roles that they have available, as well as the kind of people that they’re going to work with to bring on board and scale the organization.
📼The Stack Overflow sales team offers as many tools as possible specific to their roles to ensure that there is no friction within their day-to-day activities. From the standard tools that you'll be used to from Salesforce and Clari through to prospecting tools as well as tools to make your jobs a lot easier in the field. They want to make sure that the role that you have is facilitated and is made simpler by everything that's available to you!
📼The Stack Overflow sales team celebrates success in multiple ways. Beyond a solid commission accelerated program with no caps, there are also team and company-wide recognition opportunities. The organization has just launched a winners club for top sales achievers and the rewards are incredible. The ultimate yardstick of success as a sales organization is the ability to take sales performers and top performers that have overachieved on quota to the club every year. Every day, week, or month, the company runs SPIFs and quarterly incentives to ensure that everyone's optimized and maximized to hitting their revenue targets.
Diversity Matters At The Stack Overflow Sales Team!
Stack Overflow has a strong and ongoing effort to promote a culture of diversity and inclusion. This runs through everything from the recruitment and hiring efforts to the thriving affinity groups that exist across the organization. Community is the heart of everything that they do, from a public site right the way through to the behaviors of their teams. The company expects a high degree of collaboration and a huge amount of trust built within teams so that it has a culture that succeeds. Diversity and inclusion are critical to their business and one of the most important facets of making sure that they drive Stack Overflow in the right direction for the future.
🧑💼 Are you interested in joining Stack Overflow? They have open positions! To learn more, click here.
Get to Know Michael Medwig and Ashley Eakers
Michael is an experienced senior executive with a strong history of revenue generation and effective business leadership and has worked for both traditional/established media companies as well as dot-coms. Ashley specializes in building, developing, leading, and retaining Software sales teams. If you are interested in a career at Stack Overflow, you can connect with Michael and Ashley on LinkedIn. Don’t forget to mention this video!
More About Stack Overflow
Founded in 2008, Stack Overflow is on a mission to empower the world to develop technology through collective knowledge. More than 100 million people go to Stack Overflow’s public platform every month making it one of the most-visited websites in the world. Joining Stack Overflow means helping developers and technologists in life and at work and the chance to work with a smart, talented, and collaborative team. They believe that diverse experience contributes to a broader collective perspective that will consistently lead to better products. Every person they hire makes Stack Overflow an even better place to work.