Accelerating Professional Growth
We provide our employees of all qualification levels with vast opportunities for professional development. Professional growth at Itransition can be both vertical and horizontal in the following areas:
- Software development
- Project management
- Business analysis
- Technical support
Itransition creates respectful, rewarding and productive work environment and encourages team collaboration and employee self-education. Our experts are free to develop skills in the technology areas of their interest, as well as change specializations according to their preferences.
Our employees set up communities adopting and defining the use cases of the emerging approaches and technologies.
At Itransition, we encourage employees to research new domains and technologies within self-managed R&D projects.
During regular meetups, our experts report, scrutinize and improve their technology and methodology findings.
Conferences & events
Itransition holds an annual practical IT Works conference and organizes employee participation in international events for experience exchange.
Our adaptation program helps to create comfortable working conditions for newcomers and unlock their potential. The program is curated by a dedicated HR manager and a tech mentor. Each employee has a resource manager responsible for career development and motivation.
A tech lead or a responsible senior of the project ensures new team members introduction, training and knowledge transfer, supporting them with the project technology and process information. We also make sure that novices are provided with all tools, so they can start work immediately.
Career Development Program
For systematic employee growth within the company, we have a Career Development Program—an ongoing process aimed at mastering current skills and enabling future promotions. Depending on the background, all newcomers are assigned with grades that correspond to their responsibilities and functions. Along with the growing skills and responsibilities, the employee grade and pay increases as well.
During performance review days, employees and their resource managers review the employee professional achievements, discuss promotion to a higher grade and salary rise, and set up goals for the upcoming year.
To get a picture of the employee progress, the resource manager picks up peer and customer feedback and evaluates the employee against position-specific criteria. For example, developer progress is evaluated against engineering, process and personal skills.
- Expert knowledge at least in one subject area
- Code quality
- Refactoring & reverse engineering
- General technology awareness
- System architecting
- Estimation accuracy
- Project handling at all stages from environment setup to delivery to production
- Сode quality & solution architecture control
- Participation in pre-sales activities
- Mentoring of juniors
- English proficiency
- Proactivity sustained by the number of accepted suggestions
- Independence when doing tasks
- Presentation skills
Join our Team
Itransition is continuously growing.
Welcome on board!