A Great Place to Work…
At Tidal Interactive, we are always looking for the best and the brightest to join our team. We are seeking outstanding people with exceptional talent and the drive to fulfill their potential. If that sounds like you, we want to hear from you. Our entire team prides ourselves with the quality of our work and our mutual support and respect. Here is what you will find if you work here:
- Your opinion counts! Everyone is treated with the utmost respect and as an equal
- We encourage a healthy work life balance and follow the work hard, play hard mentality
- We provide a Great work environment geared towards personal development
- It’s a pretty fun place to work!
Our company has had the opportunity to work with a large number of high profile brands including Simon Fraser University, United Way, and City of Vancouver just to name a few.
Our Hiring Process
Tidal Interactive has experienced a good growth pattern over the years. We feel that one of the key reasons for our success is the people who work here. We want to ensure that the individuals that join us are bright, ambitious, talented and would enjoy our unique corporate culture. Here is what you can expect once you have applied for a position.
We will review your application (resume, email, cover letter etc.) and will take a look at your portfolio and the work samples you have provided.
2. Telephone Conversation
We will arrange a brief phone call with one of our managing partners to get an initial introduction on your background, experience, education, career goal and aspirations. We are interested in finding out as much about your relevant experience as possible but will also want to know things like what keeps you occupied in your spare time. You also have the opportunity to ask us questions during this conversation.
3. In-Person Meeting
Based on our initial conversation we will determine whether we should have a formal in person meeting. During this meeting, you are likely to meet a couple of our team members as we ask you a variety of questions focusing on the relevance of your experiences and your career goals. We may also get you to walk us through some of your previous projects. It’s also important to highlight your interests outside of work. A typical meeting will last about 30-60 minutes P.S. You don’t need to wear a suit for the interview; we have a casual work environment
If appropriate, we may ask you to perform some technical tasks that would test your programming skills.
You are more than welcome to apply: email@example.com