Do you want to work with me?

Thank you very much for your interest.

Every company has some basic filters of which candidate would be a good fit or not.

In order to not waste anyone’s time, I document here the framework with which I filter companies.

Who do I want to work with?

I want to work with good people, who trust and respect each other, who have learnt that they don’t know everything, that listening is key, who are mature enough to admit when they do a mistake, and courageous enough to do something about it.

How do I want to work?

I want to start by having an open discussion about what is it that you really need. Complex problems have to be transformed in simple ones before we start working on them.

I have enough skills and ability to learn to figure out myself what to do next. There is no point in hiring me if you want to tell me what to do and how to do it.

Things I’m not interested in

I respect your time so I expect you to respect my time in return.

I don’t do pointless online tests, arbitrary complex take home projects, trivia questions aimed at helping the interviewer to feel smarter, …

In my opinion, that’s simply a poor way to attract talent.


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