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Still have questions? We’re happy to answer them!
The questions below are some of the most common questions we’ve received. Simply click on the text to see the answer. If you don’t see your question here, feel free to fill out the form on this page and we’ll respond as soon as we can.

Questions about the Application & Interview Process

I’ve submitted my resume. Now what?

Wait! We try to get back to candidates within one week of application submission — but, depending on the time of year and whether or not the position is actively recruited for, it can take a little longer. If you ever have a question about your status, feel free to contact us through the form on this page.

What are the top characteristics/traits you look for in a candidate?

In case you can’t tell, we’re a pretty authentic bunch. We look for employees who are equally authentic. Sure, we like working with experts, but more importantly, we like working with people we genuinely like. Kindness, respect, and a sense of curiosity are all musts. A good sense of humor is a bonus. Oh, and did we mention good taste in burritos? Choose your chain wisely.

Do you really read my cover letter?

Yes, we do. Not attaching one doesn’t disqualify you, but a really good cover letter can save an application that we’re leaning toward rejecting. For the record, we don’t want to read an cover letter that looks like a college essay on the works of Shakespeare. Keep it concise, connect with the job and our company, and tell us why you’re awesome.

Do you have a candidate referral program?

We do! We love it when our amazing people refer other amazing people. In fact, we love it so much that we’re willing to pay them for it!

I got an interview. How should I prepare?

Step 1) Don’t stress. We’re actually really nice people. We aren’t out to get you with trick questions or quizzes on how M&Ms get their shape. We really just want to get to know you.

Step 2) It’s always a great move if you do your research. Impress us not by reciting lines off our website, but by connecting that clever copy to what it is you’re passionate about.

Step 3) Be yourself. We value authenticity. We will know if you’re just feeding us answers that you think we want to hear. After all, this ain’t our first rodeo. Tell us what you really think; don’t be afraid to say, “I don’t know” or “I’ve never done that before.” Work through your thought processes with us; make us laugh.

How long does the interview process take?

The process for each one of our positions is virtually the same. It goes:

  1. Application Review
  2. First interview (15 minutes)
  3. Second Interview (1 hour)
  4. Short Work Assessment/Work Project (depends on role; timeline varies)
  5. Third Interview (present work assessment project)
  6. Offer or Rejection

We try to move this process along as quickly as possible, but the total length of the process depends on many different factors including: how quickly you, the candidate, can move; the availability of our staff for assessment/project review; the availability of our staff for interviews; and internal budgets (ie: when roles are budgeted to be filled).

That being said, the typical process takes about two to four weeks on average. We will do our best to communicate realistic timelines after each step in the process.

Questions about Culture Fit

Do you hire interns?

We do! Once a year, we hire entry-level digital marketers to participate in a three-month paid internship that has the potential to turn into a full-time, permanent position.

Do you offer flexible schedules?

Technically, every position at Inflow has a flexible schedule. We have something we call our “core work hours” which extend from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. MST each day. That means that each of our employees gets to decide how to fit in their 40 hours each week outside of those core hours.

Got kiddos to drop off at school? Come in a little later. Trying to beat the rush up I-70 on a Friday afternoon pow-day? Take off a bit early.

Of course we expect our Inflowees to fulfill their work obligations that might fall outside of the core hours of 10-3 (after all, flexibility goes both ways), so that meetings and other work obligations can get done. Otherwise, we trust that our employees can make a schedule that’s productive for them.

Where are Inflow’s offices located?

We don’t have a main physical location currently. Our company is fully remote, though most of us are based in or around Denver, CO. We hope to have a flexible in-person space once again in the post-COVID world.

Does Inflow offer working visas?

Unfortunately, Inflow cannot sponsor any employees requiring a work visa at this time. That being said, we work with outside contractors frequently, so don’t be afraid to ask about contracting opportunities!

What development opportunities does Inflow offer?

We’re so glad you asked.

Inflow offers a number of benefits related to learning and growing in your career. One of our core values is “Strive for continuous improvement,” and that mentality definitely extends to our employees, too.

On top of investing in your continued education and training, Inflow also has defined career paths. Each career path has clearly outlined expectations and required training for each position, so there’s no guessing game on what’s necessary for you to move up to the next level.

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