Fast-Track Your Application Process

At Envisage, we believe that the traditional hiring process has its limitations. Specifically, we know that interviews may not necessarily highlight the skills and competencies of introverts, and that unconscious biases can filter into our judgment. Moreover, we value diverse life experiences, and know that résumés and cover letters might not be the best reflection of a candidate’s value. That’s why our hiring process involves auditions and skips screening calls when possible.

 

We have partnered with Woven to create a set of short, timeboxed development scenarios that will help you move quickly into our interview process and give you a feel for the job. If your skills are a good match, you could be scheduling an on-site audition and interview in under one week.

 

At this time, Fast-Track Application is available for the Senior Software Developer positions.

 

To fast-track the application process and become a member of the Envisage team, candidates must successfully complete each stage of our hiring process:

  1. Fast-Track—Please email us, and you will receive a link to begin the timeboxed scenarios at a time convenient for you.
  2. Audition—Making progress with a developer on an open-source project lets us see how you interact and helps you determine if you like our style of pair-programming.
  3. Interview—Candidates answer and ask questions in a round-table interview.
  4. Reference and Background Check—Envisage will check references – at a minimum, a supervisor, peer, and someone who received your work before determining whether or not to extend an offer for employment. Before an offer letter is issued, a minimal background investigation through a non-government vendor must be completed. An extended background check (last 7 years) will be required once employment starts.

 

Envisage Technologies is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to disability, protected veteran status, age, race, creed, color, religion, sex, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, ancestry, nationality, or national origin.