Frequently Asked Questions
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Why use Vettery?

Our mission is to help you find a job you love. Once you’re accepted into the Vettery marketplace, we’ll help connect you directly with top companies actively hiring. With Vettery, you’ll receive interview requests directly from interested companies. It’s the easiest way to see what opportunities are out there, without endless cover letters, job applications, headhunters, etc. Plus, once you've accepted an offer on Vettery, we'll hook you up with a $500 signing bonus check.


What is the approval process for candidates to join Vettery?

Vettery is a talent marketplace that accepts talented tech, sales and business candidates. Start by making a profile, uploading your resume and filling out the required fields. Submit your profile for review and you’ll hear back from a member of our Talent Team as soon as possible. We evaluate a variety of factors when considering a candidate's profile for Vettery, including education, work experience, and more.

A few examples of technical roles we are looking to fill include: Software/Hardware/Mobile Engineer, UX/UI Designer, and Data Scientist, etc. A few of the finance roles typically include Investment Banking, Consulting, Private Equity, Hedge Fund, Research, Marketing, Growth, Business Development, and Product Management. As for sales, roles include Account Executives, Account Managers, Sales Development Representative, Sales Ops and Leadership positions.


Do I have to take the job if I accept an Invitation?

Nope, an invitation is just a way for companies to reach out to you in order to set up an initial conversation or interview. You can accept as many invitations as you’d like. We recommend responding to invitations as early as possible because the hiring process is quite competitive. Plus, it’s a chance to explore and have a conversation with interested companies without a commitment.


I received an Invitation, but something seems to be off. What should I do?

We encourage you to accept invitations that interest you, even if you aren’t one hundred percent sure. Interview invitations are simply a chance for you and the company to connect. If you are concerned, feel free to reach out to your Talent Executive at any point in the process. Keep in mind that once you decline an invitation, there is no way to go back and accept it.


My current company uses Vettery. Will they be able to see my profile?

No, your profile is automatically hidden to your current employers. Your trust and privacy is our top priority and we take every measure to make sure your search is protected. You can also add or remove employers by reaching out to your Talent Executive.


Are there any opportunities for part-time or remote roles?

Yes, we do have clients seeking candidates for roles like these.


How much does it cost?

Nothing! Vettery is free for job-seekers.


What kind of employers are on Vettery?

We carefully select our partners to make sure they are sincerely looking to hire and to ensure they are transparent about roles and compensation. We have a wide range of companies including both top-notch startups and larger, more established companies.


How long will employers be able to view my profile?

Once your profile is approved, you will receive an invitation to be part of a Showcase. If you accept, your profile will be on Vettery starting the following Monday. Your profile will be featured for the first week in the Showcase and will be accessible by employers for as long as you're actively considering new opportunities. You can remove yourself at any time from your Vettery profile.


Will I be able to see the employers on the marketplace and proactively reach out to them?

No, employers will be able to see your profile and can reach out to you with a request to interview.


What is the format of the interviews?

The interview depends on the role and company you are interviewing for. Typically, companies assess both technical and soft skills through introductory phone calls and / or on-site meetings. Our Talent Team will be happy to discuss the typical company-specific process of the companies to help you prepare for interviews.


How long will it take to get a job?

It depends on your process and the amount of interview requests you accept or decline. We’ve seen that generally it takes 2-3 weeks for an invitation and initial conversation to turn into a final job offer. Keep in mind that employers can speed up or slow this down depending on their urgency and internal processes.


What kind of support does Vettery offer during the recruiting process?

All candidates are assigned a Talent Executive who will assist and support them during the process. Once your profile is approved, your Talent Executive will be there to:

  • Discuss what you're looking for in your next job
  • Discover what's important to you, so we can help you find what you love
  • Prepare you for interviews with inside looks at a company's culture and process
  • Help you manage and track your interview processes
  • Answer any questions you have along the way

Why use Vettery?

Growing a successful business begins with hiring exceptional talent. Vettery offers the most efficient, transparent and cost-effective way to scale your team. Use our online talent marketplace to connect directly with talented, vetted candidates. We’ve developed machine learning models that track real-time data, monitor trends and predict hiring behavior in order to effectively place candidates with more accuracy, speed and compatibility.


What is the approval process for companies to join Vettery?

Simply fill out the employer form here. In order to ensure that every client has a great experience in our marketplace, we thoroughly assess each company for a variety of factors including:

  • Funding status and / or annual revenue
  • Location
  • Ability and desire to hire exceptional candidates
  • Business model aligned with our candidate pool skill set and interests

What kind of candidates are on Vettery?

Vettery’s marketplace is filled with exceptional candidates who are looking for tech, sales or business roles.

A few examples of technical roles we are looking to fill include: Software/Hardware/Mobile Engineer, UX/UI Designer, and Data Scientist, etc. A few of the finance roles typically include Investment Banking, Consulting, Private Equity, Hedge Fund, Research, Marketing, Growth, Business Development, and Product Management. As for sales, roles include Account Executives, Account Managers, Sales Development Representative, Sales Ops and Leadership positions.


Am I able to contact a candidate outside of the Vettery platform?

Unfortunately, no. If you have additional questions to ask a candidate, please reach out to your Account Manager.


How much does it cost?

Vettery charges a one-time fee of 15% of a new hire’s base salary. We also offer annual subscriptions for companies looking to hire more than one candidate. If for some reason a new hire doesn’t work out, we offer a 100% money-back guarantee for 90 days. Additionally, should you and a candidate have been engaged in a qualified, active interview process prior to using Vettery, our fee is waived. Please refer to our Terms for further details.


What kind of support do you offer?

All Vettery employers are assigned a dedicated Account Manager to provide assist and support throughout the recruiting process. Once your account is approved, your Account Manager will reach out to discuss your preferences and requirements and make sure that you receive the best and most efficient service.


What is the most effective way to use Vettery?

Here are some of our suggestions to increase the success of the recruiting process:

  • Be quick. If you see a candidate you like, don't wait! Candidates typically receive an overwhelming number of offers by midweek.
  • Be genuine. Personal messages will put you ahead of the crowd - keep this in mind when sending interview requests.
  • Be persistent. Don't get discouraged if an interview invitation is turned down. Employers typically send 10+ interview requests before finding a perfect match.
  • Play by the rules. Be sure to review our Terms of Use.

Any other questions?

Please reach out to your Account Partner or contact us and we will reach out to you promptly.