We choose incredibly challenging and engaging work, experimenting with new technologies that push the boundaries of what’s possible.
Results drive brilliant people. Axioms don't waste time looking busy: we optimize for impact, not effort.
To fit in here, you have to stand out everywhere else. Diversity is our secret weapon for attacking problems from multiple angles.
We hire people with diverse strengths, but one is non-negotiable: the desire to constantly improve, professionally and personally.
We’ll start off by reviewing your resume, cover letter, and relevant social media links. We’re curious about you, so be sure to include your LinkedIn, GitHub, portfolio, and any other information that showcase your skills and interests.
2. Chat with us
We’ll email you to schedule a meeting. Tell us what what you’re passionate about, your accomplishments, and the kind of challenges you’re looking for. We want to know the depth of your knowledge as they relate to the role.
3. Show us what you got
We may ask to see samples of your work. Depending on the position you’re applying for, these can be writing, code or design samples. We may ask you to complete a take home assignment that will help us understand if we are a match.
Collaboration, feedback, and discussion are key to all positions at Axiom Zen. As such, we may invite you for an elbow-to-elbow session with other team members to see if we all work well together.
5. Meet the team
After interviewing with a few Axioms (and likely our founder as well), we’ll review everyone’s feedback before requesting references.
6. References and offer
We want to hear from people who have worked with you. Ideally, that feedback comes from previous supervisors or managers. Once we’re confident we have a fit, we’ll send out an official job offer!
Building agile teams who thrive in a distributed hierarchy is complicated alchemy. We pride ourselves on finding perfect fits, but that collaborative hiring process can take 3-6 weeks. Be sure to let us know of any deadlines, and we will do our best to accommodate you.