We are trusted talent, inspired to serve, partnered with government, to protect and improve the lives of Americans.
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Sevatec is looking for entrepreneurial, results-oriented individuals to help us tackle the nation’s most critical issues. We utilize our partnerships with top universities to help mentor and develop the next generation of industry talent. You’ve laid a knowledgeable foundation, now gain real-world experience working for a company that builds the software that powers exceptional government missions.
“One of my favorite things [about working at Sevatec] is that I get to engage with the CEO…”
We realize interviews can be intimidating, even for the most experienced candidates. The following tips will help ensure you put your best foot forward.
Make sure you have reviewed the company website and understand what the company does. The more familiar you are, the more prepared you are to ask meaningful questions about the company’s culture, its mission, and the context of the job.
Come to the interview with a few prepared questions. Try to ask things that can’t be learned from the company’s website, which will help illustrate that you’ve done your research. As the conversation develops, jot down any additional questions and circle back when time allows. This shows you’re engaged, listening, and sincerely interested in joining the team.
Ensure you’re paying attention whenever your interviewer is speaking so you don’t miss important details. It’s easy to get distracted, especially when you’re nervous. Again, take notes when necessary.
Make sure every answer illustrates how you’d be a good fit for the job. Even if your previous experience isn’t directly related to the current position, highlight the transferable skills and how they might be advantageous in the current role.
95% of employers check your social media before making a final hiring decision. Never publicly post political opinions, or content around sex, drinking, or drug-use. Employers also pay attention to your language, spelling, and grammar, so keep your English teacher in mind whenever you publish an update.
First impressions are important and your appearance matters. Dress cleanly, comfortably, and professionally for your interview. Depending on the position, you may have some flexibility in what you wear. But you can’t go wrong in business professional attire.
We constantly shift up and use technology to creatively solve problems of national significance. We recruit and attract people who are not only great at what they do but share a passion for innovation and working on problems that matter. Are you ready to shift up your career and make an impact every day?