Look, we’ll be honest. The hiring process is not quick and easy - and for good reason. Quick and easy is for questionable fast food decisions and bad haircut choices (bowl cuts were quick and easy, remember?). The hiring process at Unacast starts when we receive an application from an interested candidate, and it goes something like this:
1. 1st interview role fit
2. Work sample
3. Role-related knowledge interview
4. Personal interview
5. Leadership interview (with one of the founders)
6. Reference check
7. Offer and offer call
8. Signature and onboarding
It’s a lot of steps. About double the number you’d find at most other organizations. And that’s because we want to make sure we hire the right people for the role - in the most efficient amount of time. We also want to make the utmost effort to remove biases from the hiring process to promote a diverse company.
You can read more about our mission to improve diversity in general and gender diversity specifically here.
This process also gives you, as a prospective employee, time to figure out if this is the right place for you. Remember - you’re interviewing us as much as we’re interviewing you. Use the interviews to your advantage and get to know us better.
We believe that hiring works best with wisdom of crowds, just like Laszlo Bock and Google, so we want multiple people from Unacast to influence the hiring decision. That usually means you’ll be meeting a new Uncast employee for each step in the process. It also means you will get to meet different Unacast team member in each interview.
You can read more about the full hiring process in more detail here