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All about Spiria's hiring process

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Hiring at Spiria goes through 4 stages:

  • Phone interview.

    If we find your application interesting, our recruitment team will reach out to set up an appointment for a telephone interview. This 30-minute informal conversation allows us to get to know each other better and discuss the specifics of the career opportunity at hand. We will also review your career path and discuss your interest in Spiria. Generally, the person who contacts you for a telephone interview will accompany you throughout the selection process. They are your Spiria representative!

  • Technical tests (for relevant jobs).

    Mainly for developer positions, we will evaluate your technological skills with tests on the Coding Game platform.

  • Team meeting.

    If the first two steps are conclusive, we will invite you to a meeting with a technical expert, one or two of your future colleagues as well as your Spiria representative. In this step, we are looking to explore the potential fit, to review your technical skills and to discuss our possible future together.

  • Our decision and submission of an offer.

    After the meeting, the team meets to discuss your application and  to make a decision.Our recruiting team will then contact you to deliver the news, answer any questions and present you with an offer if the decision is positive.

  • FAQ

    What benefits does Spiria offer?  

    We offer a wide range of benefits to all our employees, from sports allowance to flexible schedules that ensure work-life balance. A list of our main benefits can be found on our careers page. If you wish to learn more about our hybrid work policy that emphasizes autonomy, check out this blog post.

  • How do I know if I'm an ideal candidate to work at Spiria?  

    If you are passionate about technology, if you like challenges and teamwork, if you care about customer satisfaction, and if you can have fun, you certainly have the essential characteristics that make you an ideal candidate for Spiria.

  • What is the best way to contact a member of our recruitment team?  

    If you are applying for an open position, please go to the position page in our Careers section. At the end of the job description, you will find a “Send my application” button.

    For unsolicited applications, please go to the “Send my CV” button at the top of our “Careers” page.

    For all other applications, you can contact our recruiting team directly on LinkedIn.

  • What project(s) will I be working on? 

    It’s not always possible to answer this question in advance, however if we know, we’ll tell you. The first project you will be assigned to will depend on your expertise and the projects we are currently working on at the time of your arrival. We obviously favor projects that are closest to your technological profile.  

  • What technologies are used at Spiria ? 

    Virtually all recent software development technologies are used at Spiria. The great diversity of our clients and their projects means that we master a wide range of technology stacks in order to meet all needs. We also have communities of practice and different ways to improve and share people’s skills.

  • I've been invited to a telephone meeting. What exactly does this involve?

    It’s about getting to know each other better, exploring if the position is a good fit and giving you the opportunity to ask any questions you may have. Read our blog post “Your First Interview with Spiria” to learn all about this step.

  • How do I prepare for the meeting with the Spiria team?  

    The most important thing is to be yourself, stay calm and show us what you can do! You’ll find plenty of valuable advice in our blog post: How to prepare for a winning interview at Spiria.

  • Do I need to submit references?

    Yes, if we have made you an offer. Our offers are always conditional on references. You will therefore have to provide us with the contact details of those who can give us more information about your background and your potential.

  • Is the work carried out at the client's premises, at Spiria's offices or remotely?

    In most cases, the work is done at Spiria’s offices, or at your convenience through our hybrid work formula. However, it may happen that you are sent on assignment to work at a client’s premises, but this remains exceptional.