Our Recruitment Process
What we look for
When it comes to new team members, regardless of the role, we are always looking for specific traits as outlined in our values. Our entire process and all the questions that you will be asked are linked to them. We are looking to see if you and us, stand for the same.
Joining a new company is always an important decision on everyone’s life. Bear in mind that finding out our mutual fit requires some efforts. This means, going through a few rounds of questions and time investment on both sides. For us, it is important to assess your current skill set, your expertise, and the values that drive you; and for you, it is important to find out if Nimble is the right place to unleash your full potential.
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Applying to join us
We keep our process short and straightforward focusing on actionable and measurable metrics related to the type of work we do. Every candidate will go through the followings stages (in this order):
Upon reception of applications matching with our preliminary requirements, we conduct a short screening session with the candidates via phone or Google Meet to get to know them, share about who we are and what we have been doing in the last few years. We also have around 4 - 5 screening questions tailored for each role. As we aim to see beyond a resume, this step is critical to us to know potential team members better and understand what they could bring to the team and how we could fulfill their goals.
As we like to move fast, applicants are invited to join the Screening session with us within 2 - 3 days following the resume submission date.
Following the review of the information provided in the previous step, we invite short-listed applicants for an interview. It can either be in-person at our office for applicants living in the same cities where our offices are, or online.
Interview slots are booked via Recruitee (the recruitment software that we’re currently using), so the applicants can pick the time that works best for them. Interviews usually take anywhere between 30 to 60 minutes.
During this first meeting, we blend informal, skills and personality-based questions. At this first stage, we are checking both team-fit and aptitude. The skill set questions do not require any special preparation as we do not do whiteboard interviews. Instead, we focus on practical and intermediate-level questions allowing applicants to reference their own experience and at the same time allowing us to verify if the applicant is up-to-date with the current technologies and best practices.
Any applicant gets one week to complete the assignment from the comfort of their home. Commitment-wise, each applicant should allocate between 4-8 hours, but it varies greatly based on their own aptitude and workflows.
Details for each position:
Our review will be emailed back to you.
This is very similar to the first interview but with different people from our team. In this interview we check team fit, clarify open questions and wrap up our assessment.
At every stage, we involve our teammates so that they get to meet their potential future colleagues and inversely applicants get to meet several people from the team instead of only one person.
Following the last interview, we will do a complete review of the applicant taking into all pieces information gathered through the entire application process. We are usually fast on taking a final decision. So applicants can expect a response, whether positive or negative, within 1-2 days at most.
In our hiring process, we prefer to be cautious. We rather reject someone by mistake than hire someone by mistake, since a wrong hire is more disruptive. Companies can reject people with great potential so applicants who have not been selected should not be discouraged from seeking a great job.