Mirantis Careers FAQ
The best way to get this question answered is to ask the interviewer during your interview. Always ask when you should follow up and the best way to reach out to your interviewer.
If you need help relocating, make sure to let your recruiter know. Mirantis can offer help getting you and your family near a Mirantis office.
Yes we do! Mirantis believes in family first and can offer flexible options. New hires can work with their managers to find arrangements that fits their life-style and meets business demand.
Mirantis offers a relaxed and casual office environment but always suggest you dress for your day. Coming in to interview with us? Dress for success, dress to impress!
To help understand the Mirantis interview process please listen to our Interview Process Podcast
In addition to unlimited PTO and many paid holidays Mirantis offers medical, dental, 401k, and many other great benefits to our employees. As a global company, our benefits programs are different in each country.
Yes. Mirantis offer’s visa sponsorship and work permits for select opportunities. Please see job descriptions in our current openings for further details.
At this time Mirantis does not have an internship or co-op program. However, Mirantis is always interested to see new graduates apply to positions they feel qualified for!
Make It Yours
Acts as if the Company is yours. Goes above and beyond what is required and expected. Seriously committed and dedicated. This is “my baby” attitude. I own it! Demonstrates and communicates a high level of personal ownership and commitment to achieving results and making the company a success.
Willing to assume some level of risk. Considers alternative options and solutions, even if not popular. Thinks “outside the box”. Strives to influence change when necessary and appropriate. Curious and inquisitive. Proactively takes actions to improve personal capabilities even if they require something new and different or great sacrifice. Understands that change is sometimes necessary and is willing to step up.
Keep It Simple
Minimizes the bureaucracy. Is clear and concise. Easy to read, understand and act on. Not complicated. Straightforward and to the point. Not overly analytical and theoretical.
Concentrates on the goal and objective at hand. Does not waste time and energy on other things outside of the goal and task at hand. Is attentive and alert and not easily distracted. Does not get caught up in irrelevant activities and events. Knows what needs to be done and stays on the mark.
Do It Together
Works well with others and understands the importance of teamwork. Cooperates and collaborates to achieve goals and objectives. Actively participates and connects with others both inside and outside of his/her team or organization. Place value on working together to get things done.
Be a Friend
Is trusted and considered trustworthy. Encourages connections and communications. Listens to learn and understand others. Is supportive and sensitive to the needs of others. Is interested in the welfare of others and can be counted on. Reliable, responsible and dependable.