5 things you need to do to get a job at eBay

​1.Study about the company:

​1.Study about the company:

Debbie Roeder, Global Talent Attraction Programs Manager at eBay, told Glassdoor: “It’s critical for a candidate to understand eBay’s history. But just as important, a candidate should be well-versed in the ‘eBay of today’ and where the company is headed.” A candidate should research about different businesses and how they fit in the larger scheme of things.

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2. ​The role:

2. ​The role:

Debbie said a candidate should well-grounded in the general the scope of the role itself, and then be able to envision how they can apply their skills and passion for solving complex issues. A candidate should show excitement in overcoming a technical challenge and deep sense of gratification too.

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3.User experience:

3.User experience:

“I always find it refreshing when a candidate has recently visited or transacted on eBay – or has downloaded the app. They can then meaningfully convey their experiences and how their personal contribution can positively impact the company as a whole,” said Debbie.

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4. Ask questions:

4. Ask questions:

A candidate should ask informed questions during the interview process to determine whether it’s an ideal environment for their type of work style.

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5. ​In a nutshell:

5. ​In a nutshell:

“Overall, taking the time to research, understand and internalize a potential job opportunity is critical. Having a foundational understanding of the company will make a candidate more appealing and engaged, and will nicely complement a compelling cover letter and resume during the interview process. Being knowledgeable of both the company and role allows a candidate to prepare for potential interview topics, ask informed questions of the recruiter and hiring manager, and help determine whether the company is indeed a great fit,” said Debbie.

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