Become part of LEORON Professional Development Institute’s team
Step 1 - APPLICATION
How we review applications (and what happens next)
The qualifications listed in the job advertisement are designed to assist candidates select a specific role which best fits their qualification and aspirations.
Your application will be considered by real humans, who are as qualified in interpreting resumes as they are familiar with all Leoron’s opportunities -not just the job you initially applied for. Therefore, candidates could be routed across the entire organization. Should there be no current match with the job you applied for, you could be considered for other, future opportunities.
If a potential match is acknowledged, you will receive a call (an initial phone interview) where we could learn more about you. If you get a chance to speak with a recruiter, we encourage you to ask questions - the interview should be beneficial to both sides. On one hand, it is your opportunity to learn more about the role you applied for and on the other, it is our chance to learn more about your skills and experience.
Step 2 – INTERVIEWING PROCESS
We interview in a different way. Here is some advice you might find helpful.
During phone Interview, you’ll speak with an HR Specialist and the conversation should last between 5 and 20 minutes.
- You will be expected to speak in fluent English.
- You could be asked to explain further details from your resume.
- Be prepared for interactive, hypothetical, or case-based questions which are related to your role-related knowledge.
If the recruiter finds a good match with your qualification and the open position, you will receive an email invitation for a face-to-face, onsite interview. You should receive Meeting Invitation email with all the required details, maximum 10-working days after having the phone conversation.
Oftentimes, the HR team might approach, through either phone or email, some of your listed references, so if you include any in your resume - make sure you enter correct contact information.
If you do not receive an email, your CV will be stored in our database for any future opportunities that could be more relevant for you. All candidates are encouraged to re-apply on any forthcoming open position of your interest.
During the onsite interview, you should meet with three employees, for about 30 minutes total.
The interviewers are potential line-managers, Directors, and representatives from the HR unit.
During the conversation, you will be stimulated to emphasize your strengths in various areas.
· We ask open-ended questions to learn how you approach and solve problems. There is never singular right answer. Your ability to explain your thinking-process is what we cherish most.
· You might be asked to discuss how you have used your communication and decision-making skills in the past.
· Role-related knowledge – we would like to learn about your strengths combined with your experience. We don’t just look for how you can contribute today, but how you can grow into different roles.
· Fit into our culture - we would like to hear how you work individually and on a team, how you help others, how you manage ambiguity, and how you push yourself to grow outside of your comfort zone.
Whenever needed throughout the interview process, always ask the interviewers for clarification to ensure you fully understand the questions. We also encourage you to ask any question related to our organization, which will help you decide whether this job is the perfect fit for you.
Oftentimes, you might be asked for a second onsite interview with another hiring manager, or leader inside the organization.
How to prepare for an Interview, for any role
Here's our advice to help you prepare for onsite interviews.
· Predict what we might ask and plan accordingly: if you have hard time anticipating most of the questions we would ask, google “most common interview questions” and compose answers for the top questions you think you will get.
· Provide explanations - know how to explain details included in your resume. We care to understand your thinking process, throughout the interview. Many of the questions will be deliberately open-ended to help us provide further insight. Be sure to talk through your thought process and ask specific questions, if you need clarification.
· Preferably, all questions would be answered with a (personal) story, which proves you can do what you are being asked about.
· Everyone gets better with preparation. Practice your interview answers, out loud, until you can tell each story clearly and concisely.
Step 3 - DECISION MAKING PROCESS
To ensure we are holding true to our hiring standards, after the interviewing process, an independent hiring committee, including employees at various levels in the organization diligently reviews your interview feedback and scores, resume, references, and motivational letter.
If a hire is recommended, you will receive detailed Job Offer including more details regarding the job responsibilities, Key Performance Indicators, Remuneration package - during and after the completion of the training program, and Additional Benefits.