Fair Hiring Process
Starting a new role and joining a new company is exciting. The process of looking for a new job, though? Not so much…
We’ve all been there. Going through job interviews can be a painful experience, especially during COVID times. At Oribi, one of our core values is having a ‘fair hiring process’ - we want to make sure we’re doing our best to provide an excellent experience for our candidates.
If you decide to interview at Oribi (hint: you should!), here’s what we commit to:
  • Short process. We respect your time. You’ll have up to 4 interviews. The technical interview/home assignment will take less than half a day.
  • You’ll meet nice people. We will ask challenging questions, but always appropriate ones. We’ll share anything you’d like to know about the company or role you’re interviewing for, and we’ll always do it with a smile.
  • Transparency. You’ll know where you’re at in the process at every single step.
  • Saying no appropriately. This is always the toughest part of the hiring process, but we know that delivering a respectful answer—even when it’s a no—is important. If we decide not to continue with the process, we’ll let you know as soon as possible. And, if we have any constructive feedback, we’ll be sure to share it with you.
  • We’ll do our best to perfect the process. Candidates reaching a certain interview stage will be invited to review our process and provide feedback (if they want to, of course).
The bottom line is, if you’re debating whether or not you should contact us, please know we commit to a short, respectful, and pleasant interview.

We review each application carefully

We’ll first meet for a short (15-30 min) Zoom callWe’ll explain more about the role and the company so you can tell if it matches what you’re looking for.

The first full interview will be with your future managerThis will be a 1 hour interview to get to know you better

The practical/technical interview will take 3 hours After reviewing it, we’ll provide feedback.

Then, you’ll meet some of your future team members for another interview

Reference calls