Take the next step to a great career
Our recruiting process aims to find the best candidates for the right career opportunities. Are we looking for you? To find out, get to know Marqui Management and help our recruiters and hiring managers get to know you by providing online information about your background and preferences.
Every employee has the chance to shine
Prepare yourself for extraordinary opportunities to develop your skills and advance your career. At Marqui Management, everyone has the opportunity and the support to succeed, and career development is a shared commitment between employees and the company. Our career management system helps employees set goals, build functional and leadership skills, and track progress regardless of their role or location.
At Marqui Management, learning is a life-long pursuit. Support for your career begins the first day as new employees immerse themselves in our culture, processes and employee programs. From there you can benefit from:
- Work experience
- initial and continuing education
- Coaching and mentoring
- Performance feedback
Count on leadership to help you navigate your career options and maximize your potential. Many executives grew up here and have developed from starting positions in key areas of our business. Others joined Marqui Management and brought important insights and national recognition to our team. Listen to what they have to say about Marqui Management’s career.
“Our employees are our greatest asset, so our services go beyond the basic retirement, health and wellness package.”
What do you want to do? Where do you want to go?
Let’s find a match that meets your and our needs.
The first step in Marqui Management is an important step. Create or change your online job application profile and specify your preferences for future job opportunities that match your interests. For example, if you are looking for work in a particular region, you can tell us where you want to be.
Once you’ve created a profile and searched for a position in our job database, you can apply for a job. Your qualifications and experience will be reviewed by our recruiting team to determine if you are fit. If you are a potential partner, a recruiter will contact you to learn more about your background, to answer questions about our recruiting process, and to tell you what it’s like to work for Marqui Management.
If you are a disabled person and need adequate accommodation in the workplace for part of our employment process, please send us an email. Please specify the specifics of the help needed. This option is only reserved for people who want adequate accommodation in the workplace. It is not intended for other purposes or wishes.
We want to help you make the most of your interview. This is your chance to learn more about life at Marqui Management and get to know the truth beyond the CV. Once you have applied, our recruiters will evaluate your expertise and potential between you and Marqui Management. If your skills and experience suit us, we will contact you.
Understanding our purposes and values is a recommended requirement. If our values resonate with you, that’s probably a good sign.
To prepare for your interview, get to know our company through this website and other resources, or talk to a recruiter. When prompted by a representative of Marqui Management, talk to them about how they are here, and get in touch with other people who have a similar career path.
Our interview process evaluates your skills, your thinking and your experience. They meet with several employees from different teams who provide a cross-section of Marqui Management and look for quantifiable examples of functional expertise, consulting expertise, teamwork and leadership.
You can expect a multi-perspective interview with sessions related to counseling skills related to sound, technical and functional skills and cultural adaptation.
Unfortunately, cyber scammers sometimes target people on the job market. Here are some tips on finding vacancies and recruitment agencies besides Marqui Management:
- Trust your intuition. If something does not feel right, contact us directly.
- If someone asks for money or bank details, it’s not us.
- We tend to interview over the phone and in person.
- Do not respond to someone asking you to make a purchase.
- Check and make sure that the person you correspond with has a “@marquimanagement.com” email address.
When you consider these aspects of the interview process, you should expect a seamless experience.
Interview style is the key
Most potential employees are familiar with traditional interviews when they are asked to discuss their strengths and weaknesses, or with case-based interviews when they are confronted with a hypothetical situation and are asked for a solution.
Behavioral interviewing not only helps determine whether a candidate can do the job, but also whether he or she has the qualities that would make him successful in that position.
Some analysts even believe that responses in behavioral interviews point to 55 percent of the candidate’s future behavior, while traditional responses predict only 10 percent.
Marqui Management uses behavioral interviews as part of his three-step process to find the best candidates for counseling positions. The process also includes questions that focus on a candidate’s counseling skills (eg, active listening, collecting data) and questions that assess his or her technical and functional skills and motivation to develop those skills.
By focusing on behavioral issues related to personal facts, interviews allow interviewers to gain real-world experience that has less tangible characteristics.
For example, a question in a traditional interview would be, “Tell me about you.” However, in a behavioral interview, the interviewer may ask, “Describe a situation where …” or “Tell me about a time …” and encourage the candidate to tell a short story. Behavioral interviews also provide opportunities for candidates to explain what they have learned from their experiences.
Other examples of behavioral interview questions could be:
- Describe the biggest challenge in your last job and how you dealt with it.
- Describe a situation where you are working with someone who does not like you. How did you handle it?
- Tell me about a time when you showed leadership qualities.
What are the two most common mistakes candidates make when interviewing for a job at Marqui Management? Inadequate preparation for the interview and no research in the company.
Here are some special tips to help job hunters prepare for an interview:
- Research Marqui Management and understand the opportunity you are applying for.
- Write an inventory of your most important achievements and failures before you come to the job interview.
- Have a strong sense of self-awareness and check your resume to jog your memory.
- Anticipate the questions the interviewer is likely to ask and practice your answers.
- Write 3 or 4 things that Marqui Management should know about you and include in your interview.
- In the interview you show interest in the company and ask relevant questions, such as how the state of the US economy has affected Marqui Management’s business. Do not ask about benefits or vacation periods during the first interview.
- When asked, use recent examples from internships, schools, community work, hobbies, or work experience to demonstrate the skills that Marqui Management is looking for. If you share negative experiences, select those who have achieved positive results or from whom you have learned something.
- If you have answered a question and the interviewer pauses, follow this question to Boomer Allen or ask if the interviewer needs more information. Do not laugh and do not talk incessantly to fill the silence.
- Answer the question – and only the question that was asked.
We suggest that candidates use the 3-step “STAR” approach to answer their interview questions: 1. Situation or task, 2. Action and 3. Result. With this approach, the candidate would describe the situation or task; Which concrete measures influenced the situation? and the positive result or result.
And try to avoid common pitfalls:
- No answers
- I have no questions
- To talk too much or too little
- Lack of focus
- Criticism of former employees, teammates or employers
- To divulge too much personal information
Create your future at Marqui Management
Marqui Management’s people-focused culture is a cornerstone of our history and how we are able to create an amazing workplace environment. Learn more by exploring our current openings below.