YOUR CAREER AT SQORUS
THE JOB INTERVIEW
THE FIRST STEP IN YOUR NEW PROFESSIONAL LIFE
Sqorus recruits by profile and bets on your personality. Whether you are a recent graduate or experienced, our HR and operational teams will take the time to assess your knowledge and skills (soft skills), but also to understand your professional project. The recruitment process is quick and easy. It consists of 2 to 3 interviews (depending on the position to be filled) which will be organised with HR and a Manager to introduce you to the company and get to know you.
With many projects Successful HR, Finance and IT projects with international key accounts and mid-sized companies, we have developed an agile method of deploying HR solutions that makes it possible to manage complex environments (international, multifunctional, multi-process), to mobilise stakeholders and to facilitate the appropriation by users of the tools of the company’s strategy.
AT THE HEART OF THE SQORUSTEAMS
We want you to be part of our team as soon as possible. As soon as you arrive you will be welcomed by our Human Resources team who will guide you through your first steps at SQORUS. In order to ensure that you are well integrated, you will benefit from regular monitoring by your Manager and HR, throughout your integration process. All junior consultants are accompanied by a mentor. It facilitates the integration of the new employee and guides him/her in his/her life as a Sqorus consultant. This allows them to understand the organisation of the company as well as our values and expectations of the new recruit.
YOUR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
All our managers are business managers with real project experience. They are committed to helping you get the best out of yourself. To ensure your career development, in addition to regular support interviews, we have set up a skills reference system that will enable you to map out your professional project with your manager.
Training is an essential tool that allows us to maintain our position as experts. Thus, throughout your career at Sqorus, your professional and personal skills will be developed. In order to encourage knowledge management and the sharing of expertise, we have the particularity of regularly organising capitalisation and feedback workshops, academies, led by our employees.
THE DIFFERENT POSITIONS
The junior consultant
He is directly involved in a project team.
Accompanied by experienced consultants, it participates in all phases of a project management support or design project. In this way, it acquires skills technical and functional, enriches its consulting culture and gains in autonomy.
The senior consultant
Thanks to his or her mastery of a functional and/or technical area, the senior consultant is responsible for his or her scope of work.
He accompanies the client through all phases of a project and acts as an advisor to the client.
The senior consultant
The senior consultant puts his or her know-how in one or more functional and/or technical areas at the service of an entire project.
From the collection of the need to the management of the change through to the deployment. He/she may supervise consultants and contribute to the pre-sales phases.
The expert consultant
The expert consultant has total control over his expertise. He or she is positioned as a reference within the teams and plays a knowledge management role.
Constantly on the lookout for new technologies, it challenges the client with regard to the best practices on the market. It detects new opportunities and knows how to provide solutions.
The project manager
The project manager organises and leads the project from start to finish. He/she is responsible for the different phases, from the translation of user needs into functional and technical specifications, to user acceptance and even production.
He supervises consultants and ensures their progress on the project.
The practice leader
The practice leader is the reference in his field of expertise.
He actively participates in all activities related to his practice: knowledge management, business development, recruitment of new staff and development of an offer.
The manager has both an operational and a strategic role. They manage complex projects and the resources and budget allocated to them.
With his expertise, he contributes to internal business development. As a people manager, he/she is responsible for monitoring and developing the skills of his/her teams.
The Division Director
The division manager manages his teams, the activity and the development of his division.
As the guarantor of client relations within his or her area of responsibility, he or she draws up commercial proposals and ensures that projects are profitable. He/she also participates in cross-functional projects within the firm.