SuperLogix is a magnet for the best talent. Our search for the greatest talent extends, well, around the world – tying in perfectly with our dedication to promoting a diverse workplace. We hire exceptional people with outstanding capabilities and great potential for leadership.
What we look for:
SuperLogix consultants help global companies solve their toughest and most urgent problems. You must have superior intellectual abilities as well as a practical sense of what works in complex organizations.
Our consultants strive to deliver distinctive and lasting client impact. This requires tremendous energy, determination and judgment, particularly when working with multiple teams under tight deadlines.
SuperLogix consultants work closely with a wide range of people in their daily jobs. This calls for strong communication skills—particularly when addressing conflicting points of view. You have to be adept at building trusting relationships with clients to enlist their participation and support.
Leading people and fostering productive teamwork are critical to success here. You need excellent leadership skills to bring people together to drive positive change within organizations.
The Hiring Process:
The interview and hiring process at SuperLogix is rigorous, no matter which side of the table you’re on. For us, we must carefully identify the very best candidates for our company. For you, it’s critical that you find the career path that makes the most of your strengths while fulfilling your interests.
The process begins with searching for a job opening that interests you, consider what you’d like to do, where you would like to live.
Apply for the right Job
Once you apply for a job that interest you by submitting your CV/resume, you will be contacted by our recruitment team who will tell you what to expect and what it’s like to work at SuperLogix.
If our hiring team determined that you have the right skills for the position you will be invited to take a 45 – 90 minutes internet based technical assessment that will compare your technical abilities to the rest of applicants and help us identify top candidates for the position.
This in-depth 30 -40 minute interview is conducted by someone in a similar role who will try to assess your communication abilities, technical skills and proficiency, in order to help identify if you are a top candidate who should be brought in for in-person interviews.
Our onsite interview process for technical positions evaluates your core software engineering skills including: coding, algorithm development, data structures, design patterns, analytical thinking skills. During your interview, you’ll meet with several software engineers across different teams who will give a cross-section view of SuperLogix. Interviewers will ask you questions related to your area of interest and ask you to solve them in real time.
Our onsite interview process for business and general positions evaluate your problem solving and behavioral abilities. Remember, it’s not a question of getting the answer right or wrong, but the process in which you use to solve it. Creativity is important.
We value the technical interview process as a means for us to get to know each other better. It is a chance for you to show us how you think through a real technology problems and for us to give you an example of the kinds of work we see everyday. For this reason, our interviewers prepare their interviews based on real cases and tend not to rely on brainteasers or theoretical problems. You’ll be expected to step the interviewer through the key issues and propose a practical solution.
In addition to the technical interview, you may have an experience interview in which the interviewer will use traditional resume questions, a mini-case based on your experience and/or behavioral questions to understand your past experience and gain an understanding of your interest in SuperLogix. and if your personality and work ethic will fit within SuperLogix. The behavioral questions involve asking you to describe your actions in a past experience in the context of a critical consultant skill..
Hire by committee
Virtually every person who interviews at SuperLogix talks to at least four interviewers, drawn from both management and potential colleagues. Everyone’s opinion counts, ensuring our hiring process is fair while maintaining high standards as we grow Yes, it takes longer, but we believe it’s worth it. If you hire great people and involve them intensively in the hiring process, you’ll get more great people. We started building this positive feedback loop when the company was founded, and it has had a huge payoff.
What happens next
Following your interviews, we will decide if you are suitable for the job opening. We take hiring very seriously and like to make consensus based decisions. To that end, it can take up to two weeks for us to make a definitive decision as to whether we’d like to have you join the team. Please be patient with us – your recruiter will keep in touch with you when feedback has been received and decisions made. Also feel free to get in touch with your recruiter at any time.
Preparing your resume
Our resume/CV reviewers look for evidence of achievement in the four key skill areas outlined in what we look for. Here are some useful tips and instructions for submitting your CV/Resume.
Submitting a CV/resume – General information
To make it easier for us to determine where you might best fit within our organization, you can take a few simple steps to help us understand your qualifications
- PDF, HTML, or Microsoft Word documents or text formats are acceptable or you can submit using plain text format
- All resumes and related materials (transcripts, etc.) should be submitted in English
- Only send essential personal information and be sure to include your name and how to contact you in the resume, not just your cover letter. Include your email, phone, and residence address.
- Educational background
- Your CV/resume should accurately reflect your academic achievements and accomplishments.
- Your resume should show all post-secondary institutions attended, degrees conferred, and a cumulative grade point average (if available) for each degree received.
- If you completed a “year abroad” program as part of your pre-university education, feel free to include this in your resume.
- Provide a brief description of any important projects you completed as part of your coursework.
Your work experience
- You may be fresh out of a university, or have substantial work experience and a history of accomplishments. Either way, we want to know what skills you’ve acquired along the way. We’ll look closely at the work experience section of your resume, so the information you provide here is very important.
- List your experience and projects completed accomplishments, etc. by your position with each employer.
- We also want to see concise, important details on your specific accomplishments and the impact your efforts had on your company.
- If you worked while attending a university, either during the summer or concurrent with your course work, be sure to mention this even if it isn’t specifically related to a potential job at SuperLogix.
Here at SuperLogix, we value talent and intelligence, group spirit and diversity, creativity and idealism. Tell us what makes you unique!
- Include the names and contact information of 2-3 references. These can include faculty advisors, co-workers, managers, or others who can talk knowledgeably about your skills and abilities. We don’t need copies of any written references you already have
- Be sure to include any awards you’ve received, articles you’ve published, or conference presentations you’ve given. We don’t need to see copies of any awards or publications, just a reference to them.
SuperLogix interview process involves a combination of technical interviews and experience interviews. For your interview, you may have separate technical and experience interviews or a combined Technical/experience interview. It’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with those interview as well to get a good understanding of what we look for.
What We look for.
Our Interview process assess your capabilities and potential in four areas critical to our daily work: Problem-solving, Achieving, Persona impact, Leadership helping us identify outstanding capabilities and great potential in the four areas we look for. Learn more about What we look for.
The screening interview is often the first step in the interview process. Typically, a member in a similar role from our team conducts this type of interview, which may take place over the telephone or in person. Through this 30 – 40 minutes interview your qualifications are assessed to see if you should reach the next level of the interviewing process. For this interview be prepared to support any information you listed on your resume.
Technical interviews give you an opportunity to demonstrate your ability to structure your thinking, respond to complex or ambiguous problems in unfamiliar areas, and reach sound conclusions with limited facts in a short time. Learn more about the Technical Interview.
During the experience interview, be prepared to discuss specific instances of when you have shown relevant skills and been challenged or stretched. Learn More about the Experience interview
- Know what interests you about SuperLogix and why you’ve applied.
- Familiarize yourself with SuperLogix services here (you may be asked business-related questions). Research our competitors.
- If you are interviewing for a software engineering or technical role, be ready to answer high-level technical questions on data-structures and algorithms. We would like you to code up your answers on boards with our engineers.
- Familiarize yourself with the job description you are interested in.
- If you are interviewing for a software engineering role then you may first want to visit the website www.topcoder.com. Please launch the ‘Arena’ widget and go to the practice rooms where you can solve problems in the first and second division.
- Ensure you can substantiate anything your CV says – for instance, if you list Java or .Net as your key programming language, questions about this are fair game and may be asked of you.