How does one land a job at InfoTrust? The question itself is a loaded one. There is no magic answer that I can give here that would automatically get you hired. However, I’m here to provide some insight into the process itself and what stood out to me as the most significant challenge while I was interviewing.
Now I want to clear one thing up before you read any further. This blog will not guarantee you a job at InfoTrust, it’s more of a tool to use to have a better understanding of the interview process.
Step 1: Apply and Chat with a Recruiter
When you apply for the position that you are interested in, one of our amazing recruiters will talk to you (I had Stephanie Hering, who was outstanding) and get to know you better. The one thing I highly recommend is to do your research on the company and look at our core values.
A lot of companies have their list of values that they believe in, but they might not think about it that much or place emphasis on it. Here at InfoTrust, our core values mean everything to us. The core values are Earn Trust, Promote Diversity, Be Respectful, Grow Every Day, Contribute with Passion, and Take Ownership. We want people who embody these core values and by doing so, we have a better understanding of you as a person.
Step 2: Team Interview
Next in the process, you will have a team interview where a few InfoTrusters will sit down and talk to you and try to understand your background, strengths, opportunities, and what brought you to InfoTrust. I will add that it is not just your qualifications that the team cares about—but also they are intrigued to know about you and your past experiences. So, if you have an interesting story or background, the team would love to hear about it.
Step 3: Make a Presentation
After the team interview came the part that I had never experienced before in an interview process. I was asked to make a presentation for a few InfoTrusters about a specific topic related to the role I was interviewing for. I was extremely nervous about this step in the process—not because I was afraid to speak—but because I did not have vast experience with either Google Analytics or Google Tag Manager. That being said, I loved everything about this company from the core values to the Glassdoor reviews where everyone raved about the company. I knew I had to figure it out. If you reach this part of the process, do not let the fear take over and begin to doubt your abilities. The goal of this task is to not test your knowledge of the topic, but it is to see how willing you are to adapt and what you can come up with based on a few bullet points.
Step 4: Decision Time
After your presentation, the team and hiring manager will decide if you are the right person for the job … and of course, if you are, you’ll get that phone call with the great news (like I did!). That being said, this is a great time to evaluate if the role is right for you, too.
Want to Join the InfoTrust Team?
The interview process may seem intense, but it’s worth it in the end. Hopefully these tips and tricks land you the position of your dreams—I’m rooting for you! If you are interested in applying or would like to know more about us, check out our careers page to view open positions and consider applying today.