What is the application process like?
Apex Leaders uses an in-depth online application program to help screen and identify the most relevant candidates. It will take you less than an hour to complete, but will help provide critical information to our Hiring Team. Once we have reviewed the information you provided in the application, we will contact you about next steps.
Do I need to send my resume and cover letter?
No, you do not need to send us a resume and cover letter. You will, however, need the information contained in such documents in order to fill out our online application program.
Where can I find Apex Leaders job openings?
Go to our Openings Page. Apex Leaders is a company that is growing quickly, and we are looking for individuals to serve in a variety of roles: research, sales, lead generation, human resources, and operations. If you don’t see an opening that fits your background, but feel that your skillset would be well-suited for another area of the company, we encourage you to submit your resume by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What are we looking for in new employees?
Apex Leaders is looking for talented people who are enthusiastic, intelligent, hard-working, and personable. It is also extremely important that potential new hires demonstrate all of our Values.
Is there a certain type or amount of experience in this industry required in order to apply?
We are open to individuals with different professional experiences and to those who are just starting out in their careers. If you have relevant experience in private equity, consulting or executive search, all the better.
Will I need to travel for an interview?
Before a final offer is made, we will have at least one face-to-face interview. We enjoy getting to know our potential new hires in person, rather than through phone or email. In addition, we highly encourage those outside of Idaho to visit and see what makes it such a wonderful place to live. Our team is always happy to show potential new hires around town and explore what Boise has to offer! In fact many team members are not from Boise originally.
Living In Boise
With a population of more than 600,000 in its greater area, Boise has blossomed into the third largest city in the Pacific Northwest with a quality of life that’s the envy of most U.S. cities.
Homes are affordable. Crime is low. And the local schools are good. Average commute time is just 18 minutes (are you listening, Bay Area?).
Here you’ll enjoy some of the best outdoor recreation you’ll find anywhere, just minutes away. Like trout fishing and rafting? Step into the crystal-clear Boise River at lunch—it runs right through downtown. Like to ski or snowboard? Bogus Basin ski area is just 16 miles from our office, perfect for after work powder. In the summer, ride from our office into the foothills and take your pick of more 130 miles of trails on the Ridge to Rivers Trail System. Hiking, hot springs, you name it.
But Boise is more than just an outdoor rec mecca. It’s home to a vibrant, safe downtown with thriving art and music scenes. The local food movement is big here, with two large, outdoor Saturday farmer’s markets, more than a dozen microbreweries and great restaurants.
This unique combination hasn’t escaped the attention of the national media:
#2 Best City for Young Professionals
Forbes | 2017
Why Boise, Idaho, Is a Growing Culinary Hotspot
Vogue | 2017
Idaho Ranked #1 in Job Love
Monster & Brandwatch | 2016
Idaho Ranked the Hottest Job Market
Kiplinger | 2016
Top 10 Best Wine Region in America
Sommeliers | 2016
Top 100 Best Places to Live
Livability | 2015
"Situated at the intersection of where desert meets mountains, the city of Boise's cultural amenities are just as impressive as its natural surroundings. The Boise River flows through the city, past theatres, musuems, great breweries and Boise State University..."
#1 Red-Hot Town
Time | 2015
#1 Best "Under the Radar Tech Hub"
Sparefoot | 2014
#10 Best State for Business
Idaho also ranked #7 for Cost of Doing Business, #5 for Business Friendliness, and #3 for Cost of Living.
CNBC | 2014
Fourth-Highest Percentage of Residents Who Bike to Work
U.S. Census Bureau | 2014
Top 10 Best Big Cities for Active Families
Outside Magazine | 2014
#1 Lowest Cost of Doing Business in the Pacific U.S.
KPMG's Competitive Alternatives | 2014
#12 Healthiest State
AmericasHealthRankings.org | 2013
#4 Best State for Entrepreneurs
Entrepreneur Magazine | 2013
Did you know?
- More than 90 different languages are spoken in Boise schools.
- Boise is home to the oldest synagogue west of the Mississippi.
- Boise enjoys an average of 234 days of sunshine per year.
For more information about Boise visit the Boise Valley Economic Partnership at www.bvep.com.
At Apex Leaders, our partnerships are characterized by open communication, careful listening and honest interactions. They are immersed in trust, a confident expectation to always elevate the relationship and honor commitments, whether large or small.
In understanding one another’s expectations and goals, we make each other stronger.