Zapier Hiring Preference Insight

LabRoots eMEr00
Sep 20, 2017 11 Comments

Previously I worked for Oracle as a remote engineer. I really enjoyed it and want to move on to a company like Zapier with better benefits, better salary and better work culture.

Does anyone have any insight into what kind of people Zapier is looking for? I know they do python not concerned about that I can pick that up no problem.

What kind of candidate is the type that stands out to them if anybody knows I'd appreciate it they're one of the places I'd really like to work but I'd rather not approach with zero information. I always like to be prepared.

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  • Oracle / Eng ClouDev
    Probably should be hiring not highering.
    Ideally a candidate who spell check.
    Sep 20, 2017 4
    • LabRoots eMEr00
      OP
      Fixed... and yup! I think perhaps you are right!
      Sep 20, 2017
    • LabRoots eMEr00
      OP
      ...a candidate who [can] spell check? Perhaps grammar not needed?
      Sep 20, 2017
    • Oracle / Eng ClouDev
      It's a verb.

      Sep 20, 2017
    • LabRoots eMEr00
      OP
      Nice, I thought it would be spell checks or something.
      Sep 20, 2017
  • eBay 003151842
    Bumping this thread. Can anyone shed some light on Zapier’s ideal culture fit?
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  • Zapier yvfj52
    Zapier is really serious about their core values on their jobs page. Demonstrating that you're empathetic and open to feedback go a really long way and there are now even more interviews to ensure they get it right.
    Aug 5 1
    • NewRelic djfj485
      Are you enjoying it there? I am interviewing currently and had a great conversation with the recruiter. Waiting to do the culture fit / take home problem next.

      Do you know if they do pay bands or if everyone gets paid for the same level. My company banned pay bands a few years ago.
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  • Oracle Boston00
    I'd like to know too
    Sep 22, 2017 0