Thank you for your interest to be a part of Singapore’s #1 tech talent network — we match tech talents across the world (like you) to tech companies / startups in Singapore. Approved profiles will go “live” and start receiving multiple interview offers within the first 1–2 weeks.
Your journey on the platform has just begun — below is a quick 3 mins read on what to expect next, and some insights that might be useful!
1. What are Talent Advocates? 2. Cost of Living in Singapore 3. Setting the Right Expectations
1. What are Talent Advocates?
Every approved candidate on NodeFlair is assigned a Talent Advocate. They are your personal knowledge resource as you go through the NodeFlair platform, setting you up for success so that you can find an awesome opportunity.
To help with jitters on your first day of work, we give our talents a GiftBox to ease them into their first day!
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How Can Talent Advocates Help?
They’ve worked with thousands of candidates, so they are well aware of the pains of a job search experience.
Experienced in navigating the technology job market, they have great guidance on how to interview, what to prepare for, and how to negotiate.
Give you insight on market trends and what might be a perfect fit for your particular set of skills & interests.
Help polish your NodeFlair profile, which can lead to better requests from more companies.
How is a Talent Advocate different than a Recruiter?
Talent Advocates are NOT paid on commission and they do not work for the potential employers
They are evaluated solely based on ratings of how happy you are with your experience on NodeFlair
They will never push you to take one offer over another or a specific company. If the best job offer for you isn’t coming from NodeFlair, they’ll tell you that.
They will check-in with you when appropriate to see how your opportunities are progressing on a timeline best for you
Always available for you to ask job seeking/career advice or to voice concerns.
2. Cost of Living in Singapore
IMPORTANT: CANDIDATES MUST BE READY TO RELOCATE TO SINGAPORE
If you have not visited or lived in Singapore before, you might want to speak to friends working in Singapore to get a clearer picture. If you are already based in Singapore, you can skip this section.
TL;DR: Cost of living is estimated to be on average SGD $3,500 (individuals), or SGD $5,500 (with spouse/family).