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At SkyWater Search, we specialize in a number of disciplines and are often asked for advice on how to secure a job in a specific sector. Here, we explain what it takes to succeed in the role of sales engineer.
8 Easy, High Impact Ways You Can Change the World, Starting Today
As a candidate, it’s essential to pull out all of the stops to enhance your chances in a job interview, especially where a vacancy is hotly contested.
Sending a post-interview thank you note is your final opportunity to remind the employer why you are the ideal candidate for the role by demonstrating where your skills and background are an ideal fit for their vacancy. If you’re guilty of sending a standard ‘thank you’ note – or not sending one at all – try the following after your next interview:
6 Little Ways Your Attitude is Undermining Your Job Interviews
You’re the perfect candidate for this job.
6 Questions to Identify Your Leadership Style
When you’re hiring, you invest all kinds of energy in determining exactly what kind of candidate will make the best hire. How much experience is required? How important is education? But let’s be honest, those are the easy questions. Defining the skill set and work style of the perfect hire can be very challenging.
Does your Office Design attract top candidates (or repel them)?
Part 3 in a SkyWater Search Partners Private Equity series
At SkyWater Search Partners, our Private Equity experts understand the unique challenges faced by investor teams looking to fill key leadership positions within their portfolio companies. While every investor – and every company – is different, we have identified 5 critical success factors of PE portfolio company leaders. When it’s time to bring in new leaders, make sure your recruiting strategy focuses on these 5 non-negotiables.
We are kicking off our 4th Annual “Walk a Mile for a Smile” in an effort to raise awareness and donate to Smile Network International.
Preparing for a job interview can be daunting. If you want to impress that prospective employer, you’ve got some homework to do: fully research the company, prepare strong answers to anticipated questions, even choose the right clothes. But in all of your eagerness to impress your interviewer, don’t lose sight of the fact that you’re on another important mission during that interview: assessing how they impress you.