In the past year, people seeking jobs as well as recruiters felt this major shift. One benefit is that geography is no longer a constraint that opened an abundance of opportunities, namely access to a bigger pool of talent and flexibility.
With that said, interviews are still challenging but fret not as we are here to guide you from attire to tech set up.
You only get one chance to first impressions so make it count! Before anything, do some research on the culture of your industry and position because it’ll guide you on how to best present yourself.
As with all interviews, please be ready to highlight your skills and qualifications for the position. Be confident and let your personality shine because we are looking for individuals who are passionate about the role they are applying for!
In this guide, we will walk through what generally occurs during our interview process. We will share our interview structure, an overview of the process and potential questions we may ask.
At Ritchie Bros. we conduct our interviews in person or virtually depending on the circumstances. The interview method will be discussed and communicated to you prior to your interview.
#myRBstory with Geoff Affleck
When I joined Ritchie Bros in 2013, all of our technology team members were located in the Vancouver (Burnaby) Head Office and most of us on a single floor. We would go for lunch, play soccer on Thursday, chat in the halls and have impromptu after-work get-togethers. We saw pictures of each other’s families at our desks and talked about weekend adventures and work challenges over coffee. It was easy to reach out and ask a question or get help with something if you needed it. More importantly, we knew who was working on what. …
#myRBstory with Elliot Bicknell
Ritchie Bros. was a pioneer of B2B sales back when the business first started in Alberta, Canada.
Working within a company that laid many of the foundations of this industry has meant that I’ve been fortunate enough to learn from the original B2B sales specialists.
I’ve been supported continuously in my professional development throughout my time here and I’m happy to say that the skills I’ve acquired have led to a fantastic career in sales.
Good customer relationships are the key to success
Probably the most important skill in sales is the ability to create great…
#myRBstory with Amy Basel
The Field Inspector role for Heavy Equipment at Ritchie Bros. is an exciting opportunity for someone who likes to be autonomous and run their own schedule, whilst enjoying the benefits of a strong and supportive team.
The Field Inspector we’re looking for will have a dynamic schedule, including lots of travel and time out in the field. Every day is different.
If you’re a skilled communicator whose background involves experience with diesel mechanics and heavy equipment, this could be the perfect job for you!
What your role entails
This is definitely not a monotonous day-to-day existence…