Nick Bryner on how to stand out as an entry-level Salesforce jobseeker [VIDEO]

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In today’s episode we’re thrilled to be joined by Nick Bryner, Head of Business Operations for Filevine, who is based in Utah, USA.
We discuss Nick’s own background, how he first heard of Salesforce, and what his career trajectory has looked like since he first became a part of the Salesforce ecosystem.
Nick is now a hiring manager, and has recently made two hires for his team; one with Salesforce experience, and one without. He shares what he was looking for in applicants throughout the hiring process, and how entry-level applicants were able to stand out in a number of ways. He explains and gives tips on ways to shine both prior to applying and in the interview stage, and how he ascertained who showed the most potential.
Nick shares his views on personal branding, what the fundamental value is in the Salesforce Administrator role, and what makes him most excited about the platform.
A must-listen episode for entry-level Salesforce professionals, or anyone currently hiring for entry-level roles unsure of what to look for in their next hire.
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