Our Hiring Process
Before the Interview
Prepare a resume or work history that demonstrates how your experience and skills will benefit BrassCraft.
Get to know us and our team at
About Us - BrassCraft
Carefully review the job description and learn about our products.
Prepare questions about our company and the opportunity for your interviewers.
Compare our job requirements to your experience and show us why you’re a good fit.
We will send you an email in advance with details of your interview (phone, video, on-site). Please review it carefully.
Think ahead: Map out your route to our office to ensure on time arrival.
Day of the Interview
Arrive early. On time arrival shows reliability.
Bring a copy of your resume/CV.
Your interview will consist of behavior-based questions.
Share specific examples of your prior success that will help us understand your background and capabilities.
method in answering behavioral questions (Situation, Task, Action, and Results).
Take a few seconds to think of an example to answer the question
Give only one example per question
This will allow you to highlight your skills and accomplishments
Keep your answers concise and focused to avoid long stories/examples which do not answer the question
You’ll be given time to ask questions, and we hope you will. It demonstrates real interest.
Tell us why you’re interested in the position and ask about next steps.
Thank your interviewer as your meeting is ending.
After the Interview
We make every effort toward timeliness in our interactions with our candidates. You can expect an update from us within a week after your interview(s).
We like it when candidates follow up with us. Feel free to send us an email sharing your thanks, continued interest, or questions.
Please note: If your candidacy status changes (i.e. receive an offer or accept another position) during this process, please provide the professional courtesy of letting us know of your change.
If you do not receive an offer, know that we have appreciated your interest in BrassCraft, and we encourage you to apply for other positions that match your background.