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Our hiring philosophy
We’re looking for the best. It sounds cliché, but that is the truth. So, let us break it down for you what we perceive being the best, and why we adhere to that philosophy.
We believe that a company, especially a startup, achieves its success not only through strong leadership, but also by having an extraordinary team in place. We believe that an extraordinary team is one that is comprised of people, who love what they are doing, who believe in the vision of the company, are the cream of the crop in their respective fields, but most important of all is their integrity and the ability to form strong friendship bonds with one another. After all, the majority of our days are spent working with our colleague; that is why a team player mentality is critical. Plus, if these strong bonds are formed we can also have fun while working.
Qualities required to be in our Taxoservice family.
We want to know how you have taken the reins of a project, a task, or a process and shown through action that you are willing to go the extra mile. Perhaps it was pulling together different people to tackle a hurdle that required more than one head.
We are looking for people who have a deep knowledge base about their field. But, we also want you to have other strengths as well, not just isolated ones. For engineers, we will test your coding skills and your technical areas of expertise; but we also want to make sure you are able to work well with others – this applies to all our hires.
How your CNS works
We want to know how your brain thinks. Grades and transcripts are fine, but it does not encapsulate all of you. So, numbers are just numbers to us. We care more about your method of thinking, how you tackle problems, and why you would take them the way you would. In other words, show us why you would take it on your way, and don’t get stuck on trying to answer the “right” way because there is no “right” way. What matters is that problems are solved.
How you tick
We want to know your personality. We’d like to know if you are comfortable with ambiguity, and with a startup culture that works hard, but also plays hard. And whether or not you are someone who needs granular directions to succeed, or who can take a “big picture” by understanding it and succeeding at it. After all, we want to make sure that we get people who will elevate us to the next level, and who we believe will thrive in our environment.
Kindly submit your resume at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will look forward to it.