- Copenhagen, Denmark
- 51 to 200 Employees
- 1 Location
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 2017
- Revenue: $5 to $25 million (USD)
- Internet & Web Services
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Got laid off from my job as a software developer a couple days ago and am looking for new opportunities in the Calgary area/remote. Have 2.5 year of experience and worked with various technologies over that time including React, ReactNative, Typescript, Rails, NodeJS, as well as experience with mobile app development. Would appreciate any advice, positions or opportunities you can recommend/offer.
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- The people are amazing - The product is fantastic - International company means a diverse team and you'll learn so much about other cultures - Lots of opportunities to try new things and stretch outside your comfort zone
- Scale-ups can be exhausting if you're not good at setting boundaries - International company means sometimes you need to meet at odd hours (but schedules are flexible so it all works out! Just takes some getting used to)
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InterviewInitial Screening: The process usually begins with an initial screening, which may involve an online application or submission of your resume and cover letter. After reviewing the applications, the recruiting team selects candidates for further consideration. Chat with Recruiting Manager: Once shortlisted, you may be invited to have a chat with the Recruiting Manager. This interview serves as an opportunity for the company to learn more about you, discuss your qualifications, and evaluate your fit for the role. It may involve questions about your experience, skills, and aspirations. Chat with Direct Manager: If you pass the initial screening, you might progress to the next stage, which involves a conversation with the Direct Manager. This interview aims to assess your technical knowledge, understand your working style, and evaluate your ability to contribute effectively to the team. Case Study: After the interview with the Direct Manager, Contractbook may ask you to solve a case study. This exercise is designed to evaluate your problem-solving abilities, analytical skills, and your approach to real-life scenarios related to the job you're applying for. Chat with VP of Department: If you successfully complete the case study, you may have the opportunity to speak with the Vice President (VP) of the department you're applying to join. This interview typically focuses on assessing your alignment with the company's vision, strategy, and culture. The VP may inquire about your long-term career goals and how you envision yourself contributing to the team's success.Interview
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We have interview some members of the Contractbook team about how it is to work in Contractbook. Read them to learn more about our culture, our approach to leadership and how you can grow - both professionally and personally. Read the story about Vlado - a backend developer gone fullstack https://contractbook.com/blog/employee-story-vlado-a-backend-developer-gone-fullstack Read the story about Adam - a product designer https://contractbook.com/blog/employee-story-adam-a-designer-that-has-spread-his-wings-and-is-leveraging-his-full-potential Read the story about Tarek - or Director of Customer Success https://contractbook.com/blog/employee-story-tarek-director-of-customer-success Read the story about Emilie - An account executive https://contractbook.com/blog/employee-story-emilie-account-executive
Our CEO, Niels Martin Brochner, has elaborated a bit on our company culture in Forbes. Read how the NBA has inspired him to build a harmonic team of unselfish team players where everyone contributes and everyone is heard. https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2020/08/20/the-nba-way-of-building-tech-teams/?sh=32053e363139 Or check out how playing with LEGO taught him to create a company with an atmosphere where originality thrives. https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2020/07/27/what-playing-with-legos-taught-me-about-being-a-tech-entrepreneur/?sh=6499c28d2d68
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Employees rate Contractbook 4 out of 5 stars based on 27 anonymous reviews on Glassdoor.
Overall, 68% of employees would recommend working at Contractbook to a friend. This is based on 27 anonymously submitted reviews on Glassdoor.
50% of job seekers rate their interview experience at Contractbook as positive. Candidates give an average difficulty score of 3.2 out of 5 (where 5 is the highest level of difficulty) for their job interview at Contractbook.
57% of employees think that Contractbook has a positive business outlook. This is based on anonymous employee reviews submitted on Glassdoor.