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How to find a dream job
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Get prepared for a technical interview at any technological company by using the experience from a company recruiter and one of the senior managers.

Get prepared for a technical interview at any technological company by using the experience from a company recruiter and one of the senior managers.

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  • 1. How to find a dream job? Jiří Folta Senior Corporate Recruiter Radek Vokál Platform Business Unit Manager Red Hat Czech s.r.o.1
  • 2. Agenda ● From school to work in 5 steps ● Social media ● Technical interview ● What can you do with Red Hat as a student?2
  • 3. Step one – Decide on the form of cooperation –planning phase ● Internship ● Diploma/bachelors thesis ● Cooperation on a project ● Part-time/temporary job ● Full-time job ● Think about your expectation3
  • 4. Step two – scan the market ● Job boards ● University postings, programs ● Job fairs ● Postings in public transport ● Ask your friends! ● Social media ● Create a shortlist of companies you are interested in ● Start as soon as possible to get in touch with the companies4
  • 5. Step three – build your CV ● Choose a format of the CV ● europass http://www.europass.cz/ / LinkedIn, Xing export / your own format ● Essential information on CV: personal info (phone #), education and qualifications, work experience (school projects) ● Add as much detail as possible (links to your projects, blog, portfolio) ● Be realistic (do not put skills you do not actually have) ● Customize the CV based on the position/company you are applying to5 ● Review your CV, maybe involve someone else as well
  • 6. Step Four – Apply for the job ● Cover letter ● Wait for the contact ● Be agile, follow up if you do not hear back from the company ● If you started early with looking for a job, you can skip all the steps above6
  • 7. Step Five – Interview I – company perspective7
  • 8. Step Five – Interview II – best practices ● Do your homework – know your “enemy”! ● Review the company website, projects, products, think about what you want to ask up-front, check social media ● Make sure you come to the right place at the right time ● Be yourself and honest, do not oversell ● Do not be afraid to say “I do not know” ● Ask when you are not sure ● You got a new job :)8
  • 9. Social media ● How much time did it take following media to reach 50.000.000 users? ● radio: 38 years ● TV: 13 years ● Internet: 4 years ● iPod: 3 years ● Facebook: 2 years `9
  • 10. Evolution of hiring THEN NOW ● HR generalists ● Internal recruitment ● Employment agencies ● Employment branding ● Printed ads ● Company career portals ● Job websites ● Personal brand ● Paper CV ● Social media ● Events ● Personal network!10
  • 11. Why should we use Linkedin? ● World’s largest professional network ● More than 120 million members in over 200 countries ● 2 new members per second ● 50% of Fortune 500 companies hire through Linkedin ● New student platform designed to help students find internships and entry level positions ● Profiles customized for students ● Build network with fellow alumni ● Maintain references on your online profile ● Follow interesting companies, join related groups and easily contact employers about opportunities11
  • 12. Linkedin VS Facebook ● Linkedin is a professional ● Facebook is a personal networking site networking site ● No games, no photos, no ● Games, photos, chat chat ● Personal info includes ● Personal info is purely relationship status, religious professional affiliation, etc. ● Job postings ● Can follow companies ● Business news12
  • 13. Isn’t Linkedin very US oriented? ● 50%+ members are currently located outside of the US. ● CZ has over 230,000 members. ● CZ is experiencing 48% YOY growth on Linkedin. ● SK has 188,000 members and is experiencing 53% YOY growth. ● Red Hat, Oracle, Google, Microsoft, HP, CA and Dell are all using Linkedin to hire professionals in CZ. ● Linkedin will be visiting universities around the EU to promote the college site.13
  • 14. How to build a successful profile ● Use the profile builder tool ● Select the basic, free profile ● Use the summary section to give an overview of what your degree and skills. ● In the summary, focus on what type of position you are looking for – be flexible. ● For your specialties, list only those technologies you consider yourself well versed in. ● List your positions and briefly explain your responsibilities; provide examples of achievements14
  • 15. How to build your profile, cont. ● Limit positions to jobs related to your field of interest; no need to include retail or restaurant work ● Include your educational information; you can make many connections through former classmates. ● Add a photo15
  • 16. How to build your network ● Your network is made up of people you know or would like to know ● Relationships = colleague,classmate, business partner, friend, group, other ● Start with fellow students and alumni and build from there ● Be open to requests16
  • 17. Groups ● Linkedin currently has over 500,000 groups. ● Groups include university alumni associations, employers, technology user groups, country or city networking groups and more. ● Examples ● Masaryk University Alumni ● IT at Brno University of Technology ● Czech and Slovak Professional Community ● Czech Java Users Group17
  • 18. Recommendations ● Gain credibility for yourself ● Only ask people who can truly speak about your work or studies to be a recommendation ● If possible, get 1-2 recommendations for each position you have held or project you have participated in ● You can choose to accept or reject a recommendation from someone ● Offer to write a recommendation for someone you know well.18
  • 19. Endorsement ● One click recommendations ● Endorsements validate your skills ● Only endorse skills you can assess ● Manage your endorsements19
  • 20. Finding Jobs via Linkedin ● Start with the student job portal: http://www.linkedin.com/studentjobs ● Search based on location ● Make sure your profile is complete before you apply ● Reach out to the recruiter ● Follow the company to stay informed on job openings ● Look for people in your network that work at this company or are connected to someone who does20
  • 21. Privacy Settings ● You can adjust your privacy settings by clicking on “setting” in the top right hand corner, under your name. ● You can hide your connections from view by other users. ● You can select the types of messages or invitations you are willing to receive. ● You can choose a setting which will not let users know if you have viewed their profile. The down side to this is that you can’t see who viewed your profile. ● You can manage your preferences for advertising.21
  • 22. Linkedin Features ● Linkedin offers many useful applications ● Github ● Twitter ● Events ● Huddle, Box, Slideshare, Manymoon – Collaboration Tools ● Answers – Post and answer professional questions ● You can follow companies on Linkedin22
  • 23. Where to learn more about Linkedin ● Visit the Linkedin Learning Center http://learn.linkedin.com/23
  • 24. Technical interviewRadek Vokal <rvokal@redhat.com>
  • 25. What can you do with Red Hat as a student? ● Bachelor’s and Diploma thesis: http://fedora.cz/diplomky/ ● Internships: http://fedora.cz/internships/ ● Events: ● Open House – come and see us on 17th April ● http://www.devconf.cz/ ● Fedora Test Days ● JBug - https://community.jboss.org/wiki/JBUGcz ● www.linuxalt.cz/ ● Contests: Open Source Contest 2013 - http://lasaris.fi.muni.cz/pps/open-source-contest-2013 ● Full-time/part-time roles http://jobs.redhat.com/35
  • 26. Q&A36

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