We commit to equal opportunities and non-discrimination in our hiring process. We are respectful of the principles of equal employment opportunities, and that is why we encourage women, people of all sexual orientations and gender identities, First Nations people, people living with a disability, visible minorities, as well as any other person who can contribute to the diversity of our studio to apply for our positions.
It’s quick and easy – just four steps until you could be joining us! You’ll be accompanied all the way by one of our friendly recruiters who will answer all your questions.
A quick call with our recruiter to go over the recruitment process, the role, and the benefits. We’ll also confirm your interest to continue the process.
You’ll meet your future manager and another person from the studio to discuss usual job things: your background and experiences, and everything about the job. For some positions, you may be asked to take a test. Don’t hesitate to ask any questions you have!
This interview is where you’ll meet potential colleagues and talk about the projects you’ll be working on in more detail. It’s also a great chance to get a glimpse into how you’ll all work together.
Your recruiter will take you through the job offer and benefits of working here at DON’T NOD. They’ll go through all the information you need to make an informed decision, including what onboarding will look like should you accept.
The possibility of working anywhere in Quebec
Insurance and virtual healthcare coverage as of Day 1
Partial refund of transport fees
Access to the office gym and fitness classes as well as a multi-sports field in summer which turns into an ice rink in winter
Referral bonus that goes the extra mile
RRSPs with the employer’s contribution
Make your CV or portfolio stand out – after seeing dozens of the same kinds of CVs, a different or exciting one will be remembered by recruiters
If you don’t know the answer to something, that’s okay! Instead, you could tell us how you would find out – how you learn things, which resources you might use, etc.
Be prepared with examples of relevant work you’ve done or situations you’ve been in
STAR is the best way to talk about past relevant experiences: Situation, Task, Action, Result
Prepare answers to the most common questions (it may seem obvious, but it can only help and will get rid of any awkward pauses)
Ask questions – it shows you are engaged and wondering how WE could benefit YOU!