Our careers process is thorough because we want you to be sure that the role, team, opportunity and growth potential are aligned with your career ambitions!
While there may not be a “one size fits all” process for our roles, a typical process may look something like this:
Once you’ve submitted your application, we aim to follow up within a maximum of four weeks, if we’d like to move forward with your application. If you haven’t been successful this time, we’ll let you know within this same time frame too.
Success! We’d like to speak with you to get to know you a bit better. This phase means one or two interviews (most likely via Zoom) with our HR team, and potentially some of the core members of the team that you’re applying to join. In this phase, we’re looking to get a feel for your skills and experience, as well as your approach to challenges, problem-solving and opportunities in roles that you’ve held previously. It’s also a great chance for you to ask any initial questions that you may have about the company, the role or the team. We’re all ears!
Whether you’re asked to complete this phase dependson the role that you’re applying for (for example, this will be more relevant for technical roles). At this stage, you'll be asked to demonstrate your professional expertise by applying your skills to solving a specific challenge - one that is highly-relevant to the role that you’re applying for!
Meet the team
Where possible, we’ll arrange for you to visit a local PortalOne office where we can meet each other face-to-face! Of course, if you live abroad this meeting will be done via Zoom, where you’ll have the chance to meet some more of your future colleagues.
Meet the founders
Our founders love the opportunity to meet with any future members of our team before we make things official. This final phase will be important for you, too: you’ll get to hear about the origins of PortalOne, our core values, exciting milestones in our future, as well as our mission and vision, directly from the people who established PortalOne.