Mission: What sets us apart? Three things: our products, our service, and our unbeatable integrations.
1. Outstanding Products:
We never stop improving the design and functionality of our products.
2. Great Service:
We provide ...
PwC and CB Insights lists Nexonia as a top tech company in Canada! Recognition was based on Organizational Health and Funding. For more details, check out: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQiGz
Nexonia’s foundation is built upon an amazing team of developers based in our Montreal office, and an equally zealous group of Nexonians based in our Toronto headquarters. Together, the company represents more than just a name. We’re looking for amazing people to join our growing company, and we’re looking for smart, nice and great-at-what-you-do people. We can’t continue to make the magic happen if you don’t have the same passion and drive that represents our culture and organization. We believe that our employees are our greatest asset and by allowing the talented team at Nexonia to engage and thrive to their best potential, our success continues to grow as we build careers through hard work, employee engagement and of course, plenty of fun!
What do we look for when we look to hire our next “Nexonian?”
We look for people who are:
Besides the experience you bring to your role and the transferable skills that allow you to make an impact on your career, we also have strong values at Nexonia. We want to bring in people who are smart, nice, and great at what they do (not just good, they have to be great)! Part of our culture here is to treat everyone with the platinum rule – treat others the way you would like to be treated. Have respect for your peers and always remain curious and inquisitive. Be honest, even when it’s tough to hear, and embrace transparency. Reach out to management and share ideas so we can collaborate and build an even greater company. That’s what it’s like to be a true Nexonian. These aren’t just nice words on a wall – they truly have meaning to all of us and that makes it important.
We’re also looking for candidates that have a keen desire to learn, grow and develop as individuals. We know that professional development (aka continuous learning) is essential for career growth so that we can groom and support our future leaders of the company. It’s important for us to know that every individual that joins Nexonia is constantly developing their skills, gaining valuable experiences, and finding their journey as rewarding as possible. Nothing gives us greater pleasure than to know that smart people joined our company and only became that much smarter – that in itself makes us truly happy.
What’s in it for me?
At Nexonia we take our hiring very seriously. We invest a lot of time and energy in ensuring we have the right team, and given you’d like to join, we know you like that too! Our typical hiring process includes:
On your first day at Nexonia you’ll have a computer, phone, lots of paperwork and then the opportunity to learn all about our products and our central focus on delighting our customers. Of course not everyone makes it through, but that’s OK too as we want it to be great experience and if you’re not the right fit, it wouldn’t be good for anyone and that’s not something we want for you or us. However, we really hope you’re a fit because we can’t wait to work with you!
I have been working at Nexonia Inc. full-time (More than 3 years)
Decent pay and opportunities for advancement. Nexonia (and the parent company) does believe in hiring from within whenever possible. Very generous with kitchen snacks, beer on Fridays and other perks. There is also an excellent RRSP matching plan.
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Advice to Management
Keep it up
I applied through a recruiter. The process took a week. I interviewed at Nexonia Inc. (Montreal, QC) in April-2017.
>Initial screening with an online Psychometric test sent by HR
>Technical interview with 3 lead developers, manager and QA manager
>Most of the questions were asked by the manager, occasionally by other developers, not sure if they were busy doing work or were just not interested.
>QA manager also asked few testing related questions
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