What does SHOP Architects look for in a top applicant’s Profile

Join us for a brand new Hiring Process Chat Series with the Head of Human Resources at SHOP Architects, Giselle Grant, as she goes into detail about the importance of showing what your individual contribution has been in previous projects. For Giselle, if she only sees group work, it makes it more difficult to identify the candidates individual contribution to the projects they are highlighting. You want your word to match your actions and previous experiences.

Gain access to the Hiring Chat Series, which gives you that window into the company culture, and what they look for in a top applicant! Before you even step through the door, you can gain that leg up in creating a provocative and convincing argument to promote yourself as the best person for the job.

Find full access to the Hiring Process Chat with Giselle Grant who answers:

1.) What does SHOP Architects fundamentally look for in an applicants’ portfolio?

2.) What are the top three red flags that lead them to reject an applicant?

… and covers other Do’s and Don’ts you must know about hiring in the link below!

If you are interested in hearing the complete interview with SHOP Architects Human Resources, Giselle Grant, AIA, where he goes into detail about the aforementioned questions regarding creating top portfolios and what red flags to avoid, then click on the link below:

<<Find the full interview with Giselle Grant from SHOP Architects here>>

When considering your next career move, plan proactively and create Portfolios that include your best work. Consider looking into finding a mentor with Architect-USand improving your Portfolios with our Portfolio Plans and Career Advice Program. We provide coaching and personalized mentorship, so you can have a professional and experienced take on your next steps in your career, as well as a great team to confide in.


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