FAQ for Engineers

Once you complete the sign up process you will receive a response in less than 24/48 hours.
It typically takes us much faster.
We work with the best start-ups and fast growing businesses in Europe. Engineers with knowledge of iOS / Android / Python / Ruby / PHP / Node.js / Java / front-end development with experience in tech companies or start-ups will generally have the greatest success.
We're looking for engineers with experience in tech companies or funded start-ups who have worked on challenging technical problems. Graduating from great universities and contributing to open-source projects can increase your chances. We also help students find an internship / full time job if they are either in or about to start their last academic year
We're looking for people interested in working in Paris & Lyon / London / Geneva & Zurich & Luxembourg or prepared to work remotely for a company based in one of these areas.
No. Accepting an offer is just the start of the hiring process. It's simply a way to tell a company you would like to learn more about job opportunities with them. Once you accept an offer the company will invite you to meet their team for a technical interview. Accepting an offer does not mean you are committed to one company, and you can always accept requests from and interview with other companies.

Vous pouvez (et devez 😉 ) accepter un maximum de rencontre pour optimiser vos chances de trouver le job de vos rêves. Passer des entretiens téléphoniques et/ou physique est la meilleure solution pour avancer sereinement.
Yes. Accepting an offer means that a company is prepared to make you an appropriate final offer if you pass their interviews. Each company has its own recruitment process, which may include general interviews, technical interviews, coding exercises, or demos of apps you built.
If the offer is close to your expectations (15-20% off) and you find the company interesting, we recommend you accept it. The offers made on the platform are not final. You will still be able to negotiate changes during your conversation. If an offer falls a long way short of your expectations, feel free to let them know and ask them to update their offer before accepting it.
Absolutely not. We hide your profile from your current and past employers. If you want your profile to be invisible to other companies, simply let us know.
Normally we highlight profiles for 2 to 4 weeks. This way we can be sure companies are very active and make offers. If you have special circumstances, let us know and we will assist you.
We started offering some freelance jobs but we mostly have full-time offers at the moment. If you're interested in freelance contracts, please get in touch with us.


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FAQ for Companies

To grow faster, you need talented engineers. Flaiir.io gives you access to great candidates who are actively looking for new opportunities and would be very hard to find otherwise.
Signing up for the platform and contacting candidates is free. We only charge a success fee when you successfully hired someone you saw on our platform.

You have two payments options:
Option 1: 10% of the salary on the candidate's job start date. We offer a guarantee for the first 90 calendar-days following the candidate's job start date.
Option 2: 1% of the candidate's salary every month for 15 months. Should the candidate leave at any point, we will stop the payment.
In order to be accepted you should be able to pay market salaries, have an internal tech team, and work on products our candidates will find interesting to contribute to. For startups, this typically means you raised a seed round or are already generating revenue.
We have already placed hundreds of great senior engineers, junior engineers, tech leads, CTOs, and interns in high growth companies across all business verticals.
We cover many stacks such as Python, Ruby, PHP, Node.js, Java/scala, .net, C, C++, Front-end tech, HTML/CSS, iOS, Android, and others.
We also help finding other types of profiles such as security engineers, devops, QA engineers, data scientists, UX/UI designers, growth hackers, product managers, and designers.