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Piperpiperpiper - Global Remote Work / Living

"The future of work is global remote. Piperpiperpiper accelerates the new way of working and living, supporting digital nomads from all walks of life." - piperpiperpiper

For Applicants

Application Process

Here are a couple of steps to help you prepare before you hit the apply link:

  • prepare a 1 - 2 page CV; focusing on the year, the company you worked for, the role, and 2-3 lines of describing what you did/achieved for the role. Include contact links (such as linkedin / whatsapp / email) and your main country where you are operating in. Bonus, to include side gigs, hobbies, volunteering, links to examples or links to the event. Proof-read it for spelling. Save CV as PDF.
  • prepare a 3-5 line cover letter or cover note

After hitting the application, congrats! Its the first step moving forward:

  • take note of the manager of your application; the person/contact who will take you through your application process. here you can ask about details of the application process itself.
  • prepare a spreadsheet or note to keep track of your applications (such as id and link); it may take weeks or months for a company to process applications. this is to help you remember what applications you have made.
  • chase up on application process if you do not hear back in a week.

Interview Tips

Be on time and be chill.

  • No one likes a flake, so make sure you're where you're supposed to be on time. Find a quiet place with good reception (if it's a phone interview) and take a few deep breaths to relax before the call.

Do your research.

  • Show the interviewer that you're serious about the job by learning about the company and the position. What do they do? What are their goals? What are the challenges they're facing? The more you know, the better prepared you'll be to answer their questions.

Be ready to talk about yourself.

  • The interviewer will want to know about your experience and skills. Be prepared to discuss your past roles and how they've prepared you for this one. Be honest about your strengths and weaknesses, but focus on the positive.

Be yourself.

  • Don't try to be someone you're not. The interviewer wants to get to know the real you, so be authentic and let your personality shine through.

Here are some additional tips for a casual job interview:

  • Dress comfortably but appropriately. You don't need to wear a suit, but you should look presentable.
  • Be polite and respectful. This is still a professional setting, so be sure to use good manners.
  • Ask questions. This shows that you're interested in the job and that you've done your research.
  • Follow up after the interview. Send a thank-you note to the interviewer and reiterate your interest in the position.


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