It’s not a job, it’s not a position, it is an opportunity to advance your career.
A note from Jeff Lombard
I understand that change for the better can be hard. I’m a sounding board that’s available to listen and advise on how to best approach each candidate’s distinct situation.
I don’t want any surprises for our candidates. If I don’t have the answers to their questions, I will say so and we’ll work together to get them directly from the company.
Recognition: I recognize that candidates have worked hard to get where they are in their careers. We will team up to make sure the opportunity is as good of a fit for them as they are for it.
Timeliness: I want the candidates that work with me to know that the time they put into exploring an opportunity is being properly valued by me. I do this by making sure candidates have the most current information about where they stand in the interview process from start to finish. This includes both with the company and relative to the other candidates in the interview process.
Openness: You can tell me anything. It’s often those things that will ultimately show us whether or not the opportunity is the right fit.
Fearlessness: I’m not afraid to say that something isn’t a good fit, or hear that from our candidates. If an opportunity isn’t a good fit it just means we got to know each other better and we’ll be better positioned to work on a different opportunity in the future that will be superior.