Become a Prolifian
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What does it take to have a career at Prolifics? What are we looking for? More importantly, what are you looking for? Here are some pointers and tips for interviewing with us, to help generate open and meaningful two-way discussions.
The Prolifics Culture
A corporate culture grows from values and beliefs – it’s the personality of a company. As you consider a career at Prolifics, here are some things important to us:
For Fresh Graduates
You have a brand-new diploma, and you want to make a difference. You can do it at Prolifics. Continue your education – on us – with a wide array of certifications and online and classroom-based training. We’ll value you at work through competitive compensation and benefits, but we’ll also value your life outside of work.
For Experienced Pros
You’re into your career, and you want to share your expertise. At Prolifics, you can contribute to cutting-edge strategies and solutions. We’ll encourage your industry involvement and becoming a subject matter expert in your area. We’ll value you at work through competitive compensation and benefits, but we’ll also value your life outside of work.
Prolifics has a global presence, meaning you’ll have the opportunity to work with client personnel and fellow Prolifians from around the world. We have offices in the US, Canada, UK and Germany, as well as four development centers in India. Our out-of-office, remote workforce spans locations across the map, including Asia and the Middle East. Delivering tech solutions internationally can be part of your professional career path and personal growth.
Prolifics is an EEO company. We are committed to creating a diverse environment. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identify or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.
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