Full Transparency. Always.
At League, we believe finding the best talent means having genuine conversations. We want to get to know you, so be yourself (and we will too). We’ll establish clear expectations ahead of time because we want you to feel comfortable throughout the entire hiring process – no surprises. We’re also really big on teamwork and transparency, that’s why we give you the opportunity to meet with the people you’ll be working with everyday. After all, you’re interviewing us as much as we’re interviewing you!
The Interview Process
Your first conversation will be with a member of our Talent Team. This is where we will focus on learning more about your background and experience at a high level.
This is where you will meet with your potential manager to learn more about the role, expectations, culture and their personal leadership style. Be prepared to discuss your specific background and experience on a technical level and ask lots of questions to get a handle on the role.
If required, you will be invited to participate in a challenge as a part of the interview process. This gives you the opportunity to showcase how you work and solve problems. It also doubles as a fun way for you to learn more about how we solve problems at League and what it’s like to work with the team!
This is where you will have the opportunity to further assess if League is the right place for you and potentially meet more people on your direct team and / or cross-functional teams. Here you will get to learn more about League from team members that you may or may not work closely with.
If required, meet with one of our executive team members and share your vision for the company and your role.
A League tradition since the very beginning - this is your chance to share interesting tidbits about your life and your future ambitions.
Advice from Leaguers
It’s okay to admit your mistakes! It’s the best way to learn, and also shows humility. I make mistakes all the time!
Take the time to learn about the business, take an educated guess on what some of the challenges are that they would be facing and then come up with some potential solutions.
Be transparent and don’t be afraid to share how your experiences, both positive and negative, have shaped you.
Knowing specific technologies often is less important. Showing that you have a firm grasp of the basics and are willing and able to learn and adapt to any new technologies you are exposed to is much more important!
You want to show that you own and care about the work you do. No matter what it is you are working on, show that you always try to do your best while achieving a set goal.