Our Recruitment Process

You’ve applied to one of our roles - what do next steps look like?

Step 1 - Discovery Call

At Best Access Doors, we feel that the culture fit is just as important as the job fit! That’s why we take the time to get to know you first.

The discovery call is a short (15-30 minute) video call with our HR Manager, so that we can get to know you and vice versa. This is a bit less structured than a formal interview as we genuinely want to get to know the person on the other side!

During the call we take the time to go over our company, team, and the role to provide you with a comprehensive and transparent idea of who we are. We then explore a bit about you to see if we have a mutual fit. This is where our first human connection is made!

Step 2 - Interview With the Hiring Manager

Once we’ve established that there definitely is a good fit potential, we like to dive a bit deeper. For the second interview, you meet with the hiring manager (and in some cases HR) to explore more job-related and technical questions. This is our opportunity to get to know more about your skills and background, and for you to learn more about the role.

This interview is more structured than our Discovery Call, although we always strive to keep it comfortable and fun. This interview is approximately 30-60 minutes long.

Step 3 - Assessments

Depending on the role, we like to do a short online assessment, focusing on personality and technical skills. This gives us another perspective about our mutual fit.

Step 4 - Final Interview

Our final interview for most roles includes a meeting with HR, the hiring manager, and our CEO. This is your final chance to shine, ask any questions and meet our CEO. This interview is approximately 30 minutes long.

Step 5 - References

We will ask you for 2-3 professional and recent references to complete as the final step.

Step 6 - Job Offer !

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