We see you checking us out.
We're a company that likes to ask questions—and we want to have those questions answered. In the same vein, we're trying to answer questions that you might have about Anteris.
This article will go through the hiring process, from application to onboarding.
Preparing Your Application
Starting your job search is a great time to focus on self-reflection. Take this time to evaluate who you are and the specific roles you are seeking. When reviewing a job posting, ask yourself: "Do I fit into their values?"
Aligning your personality with the company you aim to work for is key to finding the right fit. At Anteris, we value hiring the right person over a perfect skill fit.
It is also essential to review what you're looking for in your new role. Some of the following questions might help determine if a position is proper for you:
- What makes a job fulfilling for you?
- What are your goals?
- What are you looking for in a team?
- What makes you a good fit for this role?
Sure, we could hire for skills and get a skilled employee. But we like to hire based on the person as a whole, both to make sure they fit our team and we're a fit for them.
After reflecting, you should be able to see how your skills align with specific roles. It is imperative to align your skills and experience with the job description. Tie your previous experience with the role's qualifications.
It might seem easier to use the same resume for each position you apply for, but we recommend against that tactic. Taking the time to review and revise your resume for each role will help you better see yourself in the role and showcase your strengths to your future employer.
After going through your self-reflection and resume, we hope you apply to work with us!
No matter what platform you apply through, you will get a response from us. We aim to respond to all applications within three business days. Check your spam folder; occasionally, responses get marked as spam.
Remember that a no, for now, doesn't mean a no forever. Not getting a role can often be a matter of timing rather than reflecting your skills or qualifications. If things don't work out with your first application, don't let that discourage you from applying for other roles. We maintain a talent pool and may contact you in the future if we feel a position fits you.
The Interview Process
The process might look slightly different depending on the role, but the same basics apply no matter what position you're applying for at Anteris.
The following are some ways we assess candidates in our hiring process.
The initial interview is a staple for all applicants. Our initial interview gives you a sense of us, and we get to know more about you. This is more of a discussion to get a sense of you as a person and address questions you may have about Anteris.
Some job roles have small assessments. Sometimes the assessment is part of the interview, and other times it might be something required for the more technical positions. Assessments range from a technical assessment to providing previous work samples.
We won't spring these on you without warning. Required assessments are given in advance, and all help us understand how you approach problems.
Second (And Third) Interview
Most positions will include a second interview. The second (or third) interview looks at how the skills match the role. The in-depth interviews comprise a mix of open-ended questions and time for discussion.
Following each stage of the process, we evaluate candidates. We aim to do this quickly; we don't enjoy waiting, and we're sure you don't.
If we decide you're the right candidate for the role, we will extend an offer. If we select another candidate, don't despair! We will keep you in mind when additional positions open up.
Once we extend an offer, take the time to do a little dance and celebrate. After all, you're about to work with the best tech team in the industry.
After your brief celebration and you accept the offer, onboarding will begin.
Life At Anteris
The best people don't just fit our culture; they further it.
We know we're not the perfect match for everyone, and not every fantastic person is an excellent match for us. And that's okay. We search for the right people for our company. And we hope you are searching for the right company for you.
We don't simply hire for skills, even if the need might be dire. It's tempting to bring in people who will take on work we don't have time to complete. But we don't hire to delegate; we hire to elevate. It's best to bring in people who challenge us to think differently and make us better.