Learn what to expect and how to make the most of your interview.
We’re so happy you’ve found your way to Relativity, and we can’t wait to meet you. There’s no big secret to crushing your interview. Just prepare and practice, research our company, and spend some time thinking about your unique skills. We want to know what makes you, you.
Stage 1: Phone Interview
We’ll start with 30-minute discussion with a recruiter or hiring manager who will share their expertise and experience at Relativity. They’ll give insight into who they are, what they do, and ask you questions about your past experiences. Get ready to delve into your resume and share more about what motivates you. Depending on the role, you may have more than one phone interview.
Stage 2: Virtual Interview
Join us remotely to meet with various members of our team throughout the day. The number and types of interviews vary by role, but typically we’ll dive into your resume, talk about core values, and examine technical or role-specific skills, before doing a wrap-up session.
In the insight portion of the day, your interviewer will give a brief overview of Relativity, the position, and their role. We’ll most likely ask questions about your background and experience. Expect a “take me through your resume” question.
This is also a great time for you to interview us. Curiosity is a big plus, so be inquisitive and spend some time asking questions.
We have seven core values, written by the people who work here. These are the characteristics that we live by, hire by, promote by, develop by, and make decisions from. Our core values session will have a more behavioral or situational feel to see how you would react in real-world situations.
For some roles, you can expect a technical interview, which involves whiteboarding your responses to questions so you can demonstrate your coding techniques and critical thinking strategies.
At the end of the day, you’ll check in with your recruiter to talk about how your day went and how you feel after learning more about the role and Relativity. You will have time for a few questions and this will wrap up the interview process.
While we’re a casual environment and your interviewers may be dressed down, professional attire is recommended.
What to Bring
You’ll need a copy of your photo ID to check in to the building. No need to bring a resume – interviewers will have it on hand. If you’ve updated your resume since applying, please send it to your recruiter ahead of time.
Where to Go
Make sure you know exactly where you’re interviewing and how to get there. Find your location below for more info.