[FAQ] TOP questions asked by recruiters
If you are reading this document, you’ve just probably reached me on LinkedIn or by email.
I care about our time.
That’s why I prepared this page with respect to your offer.
I prefer email communication which is asynchronous rather than attention-demanding calls. I’ll reply once I have time and a break from my current work to not lose focus. You can ask me your questions there, and I’ll give you my answers, so you will be able to contact me with the company.
I’m looking for $100 per hour, which gives around $16k monthly and $192k per year, considering an 8-hour working day.
The salary is negotiable because more than money, I value team spirit, interesting project, opportunities to learn, experienced people and a company with mission, vision and perspectives.
Yes, I just have to issue an invoice from my own company.
It’s not only more convenient for me, but essentially cheaper for the company I work for. I’m the person responsible for paying taxes.
Moreover, in terms of accounting, my invoice is considered as my client cost, so it also reduces their total taxes.
I work remotely from Poland, Europe.
I don’t mind travelling to clients’ office from time to time, though.
I know this is the best way to assess candidates. That’s why I created and care about my GitHub portfolio. You will find there different repositories from various domains. I hope this will be enough for your developers to verify my skills.
I do code challenges if and only if I don’t work currently for full-time anywhere. Otherwise, I spend my free time on writing my blog.
If you consider all the above legitimate, feel free to send me your offer.
And when it matches my requirements and skills, I will definitely schedule a call with you 🙂