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Meet Our Talent Acquisition Team

Uri Asayag

Talent Acquisition Manager

I’m currently leading the Talent Acquisition team and have 12+ years of successful experience working for leading Silicon Valley tech giants. We most fast at Palo Alto Networks, so I look for sharp candidates who have the ability to adapt to change.

What advice would you give to a candidate preparing for an interview?

Study your resume and know everything about it. Research the company and the job position you are applying for, you should always read about the product before your first interview (there are many links to articles and videos on our Candidate Landing Page) and prepare questions to ask the interview team

How can someone be a more competitive candidate?

If you’re invited for a technical interview, start preparing as early as possible. Working through a prep book or sample questions will not only give you good practice, but it’ll also put you in the right problem-solving mindset.

 

Einat Raccah

Technical Recruiter

I am a creative, highly technical, sourcing geek! I have 10+ years of extensive experience in the recruiting and sourcing field. I find the best people who are innovative, motived, leaders with a team player mentality for Palo Alto Networks!

What advice would you give to a candidate preparing for an interview?

1. Browse this Candidate Landing Page to learn about us, our products and the job you are applying for.

2. Know your strengths and how they can be expressed in the intended role.

 

How can someone be a more competitive candidate?

Use your creativity to rise above other candidates. Be different and bring yourself- in your resume, interview, and even in the application.

Yael Kolik Gidoni

Technical Recruiter

I manage end to end recruitment process, from sourcing to hiring. Currently building the best teams of software engineers and security researchers who are motivated, fast learners with a collaborative spirit.

What advice would you give to a candidate preparing for an interview?

Come to the interview on time J. Read about the company and the products we are developing.

How can someone be a more competitive candidate?

Stay up to date and constantly acquire new skills, be creative and think out of the box.

 

Tanya Donigevich

Technical Recruiter

I recruit for all types of roles at Palo Alto Networks. The cybersecurity industry is constantly changing, so I look for adaptable, motivated, candidates with a self-starter mindset to join us on our mission of protecting our way of life in the digital age.

What advice would you give to a candidate preparing for an interview?

Do your research and rehearse! Read everything you can about the position you’re interviewing for and understand the challenges in such a role. Think back about your past experience to recall examples of when you’ve dealt with similar challenges, and what you did to overcome them. Then, rehearse! Practice saying your story outload to yourself, repeating it until you are happy with the answer.

How can someone be a more competitive candidate?

Come energized and show you’re motivated. In some cases, high motivation can compensate for lack of exact experience for a role. We are all human after all (!) and seeing a candidate with great passion will make the interviewer remember you and trust that where there is a will, there is a way.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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