No - you need to do a lot to get a job. This is just one tool you should use when targeting jobs at a startup.
Keep chugging. Sometimes, when there isn’t a fit, it means that there really isn’t a fit. You might still be a great candidate - just not for our startup partners.
Technical = software/mobile/hardware engineers, UI/UX designers, product managers, data scientists.
Non-Technical = sales, marketing, operations, finance/accounting, H.R.
Congrats! Stop reading our FAQ and go research the hell out of the company!
We hear ya - they are a old school. Try to put something together, even if it’s just a copy of your website and Github. And make it a PDF.
Heck no, we won’t go!
You mean you don’t want to move to this big, beautiful city where cocktails only cost $15 a pop? That’s fine. We understand. Just make sure you mark your application as “remote only.”
We're planning to release the names of our startup partners soon. In the meantime, we're vetting every single company that contacts us to make sure that they're awesome.
It happens to the best of us. Email us and we'll help you out.
To grow your business you need talent. Discover Match delivers a curated pool of responsive candidates, so you can spend less time on sourcing and more time interviewing & hiring.
We actively bring on Engineers, UX/UI Designers, Data Scientists and occasionally Product Managers with experience at venture-funded companies. We primarily focus on candidates in the Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand & Jakarta; or candidates willing to relocate to those cities.
Almost every candidate you contact on Discover Match will respond to your offer, either accepting your interview request (40% of the time) or stating a reason why they are not interested. Once you’re engaged with a candidate, our biggest piece of advice is: move quickly. Either present a paper offer, or cancel the interview process within 5-10 business days. The longer you wait, the more companies and offers you’re going to be competing against.
Never let your own personal schedule get in the way — postpone that meeting, cancel lunch with mom, or do the interview on a weekend if that’s what it takes. Move as quickly as the candidate will let you, even if that means juggling your own priorities.
No. If you have questions about a developer’s background, work history, experience, etc. please use the anonymous Q&A system that’s embedded into every profile. Think of it as a crowdsourced interview.
Relax, it happens. While we have a 40% interview acceptance rate, not every candidate will be interested in every industry vertical. If your offer got declined for compensation, we recommend revising your offer to meet the candidate’s expectations. If your offer got declined for location reasons, you might consider offering a relocation bonus to help someone move closer to your office.
Besides the endless press coverage that we get, many Discover Match alumni refer their friends & colleagues to us, we sponsor major developer conferences and have a major online marketing budget to attract talent to our marketplace.
Contact us to setup a meeting or phone call with one of our helpful account managers.