A SME (Subject Matter Expert) is someone with a deep understanding of their professional industry. Vette SMEs typically have at least 10 years experience or can demonstrate an exceptional ability in your field.
Whether you have been a car mechanic for the past 10 years or a Fortune 500 CEO, you are both SMEs in your respective fields, and we need you.
As long as you are an expert in your field, our free training course will teach you everything you need to know.
If you are a specialist in your field, what better person to assess candidates’ skills, than you.
Vette needs SMEs for all industries to Vette candidates’ hard skills to assess if they would be a good fit for the job.
Our customers use Vette because they know our SMEs will assess their candidates accurately. Companies want real feedback on how a SME feels like they will preform in that role.
As a Vette SME, you will be notified via SMS text message when a candidate needs to be interviewed for a position in your industry.
If you accept the interview, much like how an Uber driver accepts a fare, you will be immediately connected to the candidate via phone or video to complete the interview.
You have the ability to accept interview requests anytime you choose.
Turn off or on your availability to fit your lifestyle on your schedule.
Before you become a Vette SME, we will screen, interview, assess, and verify your qualifications just as we would any candidate applying for a job.
Vette only accepts highly qualified SMEs that will represent Vette well and provide our clients exactly what they need.
After your qualifications are verified, you will receive an intensive training course prior to conducting interviews on behalf of Vette.
Once verified and training is complete, you will have the ability to Vette candidates on your own time, 24/7 as much or a little as your availability allows.
As a Vette SME you have the ability to make as much or as little as you’d like in your industry bracket.
Payment amounts vary due to the amount charged by Vette. Each industry and position pays differently and is proportional to the average annual salary of your position.