These tips are provided to help you make the most of your career search at Gore.
We recommend you tailor your resume to show why you would be a good fit for Gore. Due to our team-based culture, it is important to show us how your individual qualities will enable your team to succeed.
Because Gore operates in more than 50 locations worldwide, be sure to highlight on your resume any language skills, experience working or living in other cultures, and experience working on global teams.
As a general practice, when we identify a candidate who shows promise as a "good fit" for an opportunity at Gore, we like to begin the hiring process with an interview conducted by telephone.
At Gore, hiring decisions—like most decisions—are made by a small team of associates. This hiring team typically includes the people who will be working with you day-to-day as well as leaders and others with specific experience in your field. This gives all of them a chance to assess whether you are a good match for Gore and for the team. So don't be surprised if you are asked to meet with many members of the team; you may even be asked to meet with associates at more than one location. This approach to interviewing also gives you the opportunity to learn more about Gore as a company.
We hire a select number of PhD and post-doctoral candidates each year for science/technology and Product Specialist positions. We look for candidates with degrees such as Bioengineering/Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Statistics, and Materials Science.
Depending on the business need, relocation support may be offered for some positions. However, not all positions offer this benefit.