Questionnaire / Samples of Work
Our process starts with our recruiting team reviewing your application and resume/CV. If your
background and skills broadly seem to be a fit for the role, we’ll likely ask you to fill out our questionnaire
to gather some more information.
For more technically-focused roles, we will likely also request work samples (e.g. code or design
samples) to get a better sense of how well your skills align with 10up’s standards and best practices.
You may also be asked to do an exercise related to your discipline in situations where we are looking for
additional insights beyond those provided by samples of existing work, or to vet specific skills required
for the role you are applying for. Exercises are designed for you to complete on your own time, are based
on hypothetical scenarios (not live work) and should only take a couple of hours to complete.
Initial Screening Interview with the Recruiting Team
If the initial evaluation suggests a potential match, you will then meet with a member of the 10up
Recruiting Team. This conversation is intended as an opportunity to get to know a bit more about your
work experience (e.g. with teams, tools, deliverables, etc.), explore key aspects of discipline knowledge,
assess team fit, and of course, answer any questions you have about 10up or the role
Skills-based Interview with a Discipline Director or team member
This next stage likely involves meeting with a leader from the relevant discipline (e.g. Experience Design,
Engineering, Project Management, Sales, Account Strategy, Audience, Revenue, QA, or Operations). This
conversation will be focused on in-depth questions specific to the role and discipline, to give us an
understanding of how you approach varying work scenarios required to be successful at 10up.
Interview with a Vice President or Discipline Leader
Generally, the final step in our process is meeting with the relevant executive over your discipline. Topics
span both general and technical. This step is an opportunity for you (and us) to discuss any remaining
questions and to discuss expectations for a potential offer.
After you complete your final interview, and if your skills and experience align with our current and
projected project needs, we then enter the offer stage. At this point, 10up will collaborate with you on the
logistics of an offer, ensuring both parties are satisfied with the agreement.