Ich arbeite in Vollzeit bei Opencare (Weniger als ein Jahr)
This is by far the most intelligent, genuine, and passionate group of people I have had the chance to work with. Being at Opencare has been inspiring, and has made me fall in love with what I do more than ever before. Highlights:
*incredible personal and professional growth opportunities eg access to a performance psychologist on a regular basis, hard work is rewarded (promotions as early as 6 months in)
*the company is growing rapidly and is very healthy, the runway and potential for for Opencare is amazing (this is going to be something big)
*Leadership is outstanding - the founders are very experienced, focussed, 100% transparent about all aspects of the business
*Ownership from day one, all the resources you need to help you reach potential you didn't realize you even had
*very competitive compensation, equity, great benefits and perks (including in-office massages, daily catered organic lunch, unlimited vacation and PTO)
*great work life balance - taking a proactive and holistic approach to your own health and well being is engrained in the culture, and leadership practices what they preach - if you look tired, you will be asked to take time off to rest.
*every decision made in this place is data driven, deliberate, and well thought out.
*typical startup growing pains - every day presents a new challenge, process is constantly under construction, and you have to be scrappy
Rat an das Management
Keep doing what you're doing!
I went through the test first, then made several tasks that the former CTO gave me. They were tasks to change some data in the database or help people create and fill out a profile on our website. Also I had to answer some typical questions that users usually ask. After that I was given some possible scenarios of the problem and I needed to provide the best solution to it from my standpoint.
Fragen im Vorstellungsgespräch
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