How can we contact Fonoa Talent Team?
If you have any other questions, please send us an email at email@example.com, and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.Read full article
How do you handle my personal data?
If there is an open position at Fonoa, we process personal data in order to evaluate the candidates’ qualifications, knowledge, and skills. This information is essential for successful management of the recruitment process, as we need to determine which candidate would be the best fit. In this regard, disclosure of your personal data is a condition for us to review your application.We may also process your personal data so that we can contact you if any job opportunities arise in the future where you might be a good fit. This is, however, limited only to those applicants who give us consent for such retention of personal data during a recruitment process or who send us an open application letter.Read full article
Who can see my application?
By default, your application will be visible only to the responsible recruiter and people involved in the selection process. If you want to learn more about how we handle your data, please read our Privacy notice.Read full article
How can I withdraw my application?
When you enter the recruiting process, one of Fonoa’s recruiters will be assigned to you. That recruiter will be responsible for you as a candidate and will lead you through the entire recruiting process. If you change your mind about a particular job at any time, you may withdraw your application by contacting your recruiter. On the other hand, if you’ve already received a job offer, you can simply decline it and exit the process in that way.Read full article
How soon will I know if a hiring decision has been made?
We try to move really fast and respect your time. So under normal circumstances, you will be receiving status updates from your designated recruiter within a few days of the last stage of the process.Read full article
How long will my interview take?
As with any interview, times vary, but usually, it takes 45 min and in some cases 1 hour. If you want to be sure, we suggest you check with your recruiter. But no matter how long it takes, we’ll do our best to make you feel comfortable during the entire process.Read full article
How will you test my skills and experience?
During interviews, please make sure to demonstrate how you meet the requirements of the job description by sharing specific experience from your past that makes you a great fit for that role. For some of our openings, you may be asked to do an exercise (answer some technical questions, share your portfolio, or provide examples of your work in other ways). Some exercises might be performed in an async environment - we’ll send you a document with questions and you need to submit your answers in a written format.Read full article
Could I ask questions during the interview?
Of course, your interview is an opportunity for you to get to know us too. Questions you might ask can demonstrate your level of understanding, motivation, and interest, so don't hold back.Read full article
How can I prepare?
Help us get to know you by explaining how your previous experience and successes have prepared you for the role you’ve applied for at Fonoa. Review the job description and do a bit of research on the product, team, and our company.Read full article
Can I speak to anyone before I decide to apply?
Absolutely, if you’d like to speak to anyone from our team, please reach out to us on firstname.lastname@example.org where we will connect you with someone already in the role you are considering applying for.Read full article
Can I apply for more than one job at the same time?
Yes, you can apply for multiple job openings.Read full article
As an engineer, I work with a different technology stack than what’s mentioned in the job description, would this still work?
Of course. We value your knowledge and knowing more than it’s requested can be only a benefit for you. We look at technologies as tools that solve problems. We focus on problems, not tools.Read full article
Do you have an employee referral program?
We do have an employee referral program and encourage you to reach out to any friends or former colleagues who work at Fonoa so that they can refer you.Read full article
What information should I include in my application?
We want to see what were your accomplishments and how your specific skills might be applied to a position at Fonoa. Make sure to add your accomplishments in previous jobs — not just your duties.Read full article
Is Fonoa able to hire me if I require sponsorship or a work permit?
Fonoa is currently unable to offer visa sponsorships. Although we’d love to in order to help us get great people in the business, it’s currently a complex process as a remote company, where we would have to register ourselves in multiple countries and then liaise with local governments to apply for local sponsorship certificates.Read full article
Can I apply from anywhere in the world?
Fonoa is currently based and geographically distributed across Europe. We’re primarily looking for people in European countries in order to keep people within a similar time zone. However, for promising individuals, we are happy to make an exception.Read full article
What's the best way to apply for a position at Fonoa?
The best way to apply for a role at Fonoa is via Workable. Alternatively, you can visit https://www.fonoa.com/careers, select a role you find interesting, and click on “Apply now”.Read full article
There’s not a role that currently fits my experience, can I still contact you and express my interest?
Absolutely! We sometimes may not have the ideal role for you, but we are growing fast and would still love to hear from you. Tell us a bit about your background, what you’re looking for and we will get in touch for any potential opportunity.Read full article
What are the perks that Fonoa currently offers?
We offer numerous perks at Fonoa and are continuing to add more to give our team everything they need to have the best employee experience.Read full article
What to expect throughout the process at Fonoa?
We want to make sure that you learn as much as possible about Fonoa’s industry, the problem we solve, our products, our culture, and the nature of the role and team you’re currently being considered for. At every stage of the process, our hiring team will cover the above points in order to gain everyone’s perspectives on what’s important.Read full article
What is important for me in order to join Fonoa?
Be yourself. We value people over titles. The decisions we make are a reflection of your experience and your connection with our principles– they reflect what is important to us, both as individuals and as a company. We trust the expertise of our team and give them the freedom and all the support they need to solve complex problems.Read full article
How does equity work at Fonoa?
Fonoa offers equity to all team members. We believe everyone should have a stake in the company and be rewarded for their contributions. If Fonoa does well, so do you. We offer Restricted Stock Units (RSUs) withs a 4-year vest and a 1-year cliff schedule. This means that after your first year, 25% of your equity allocation will belong to you, each subsequent year brings you 25% and after 4 years with the company, you will hold 100% of the package granted to you. RSUs grow in value as the company valuation grows with the goal of employees being able to sell their RSU’s at a higher price than what was offered to you at the point of joining. This will happen when there is a liquidity event, i.e., acquisition or IPO.Read full article
Is Fonoa VC funded?
Yes. Fonoa’s lead investors are Index Ventures and Omers Ventures. They have invested in companies like Shopify, Roblox, and Figma. Please take a look at both of their portfolios (Index Ventures, Omers Ventures) to give you an idea of other great companies they have supported.Read full article
How does Fonoa employ people as a remote-first company?
Fonoa works with contracting and payroll partners that help us hire anywhere remotely in a compliant and scalable manner.Read full article