A former teacher and a lawyer work for Adastra. Enthusiastic people with smart, analytical minds get a chance here.
Your start here will be good if…
You can quickly absorb new knowledge and skills. You’ll learn SQL and other necessary technologies.
You don’t mind working hard when the task is interesting. There’ll be a lot of work and intensive self-study at the beginning.
You’re close to IT as well as technical thinking. You enjoy working with data and dealing with technological challenges.
What can we offer?
You’ll step into a new world and will face new challenges. Every day is different at Adastra; no tiring daily routine.
You’ll get all the help you need. The Adastrans will always help, even at very busy times.
You’ll enjoy going to work to see your colleagues. Our company culture is easy-going and pleasant.
These Adastrans used to be in the same situation as you
“I used to teach at a primary school. When I decided to quit, I was at a theatre ensemble workshop with some friends. I asked if they could recommend an interesting job and a friend working for Adastra responded. I like the company culture she described. People have names here, not just numbers. It doesn’t feel like a corporation.”
“I knew there was a company named Adastra, but I didn’t know what it dealt with. I’m an economics graduate. I had no idea about IT, it wasn’t my discipline at all. I didn’t know SQL, I couldn’t do any coding. And that’s what really worried me. I never would have given it a try if it weren’t for a friend of mine who encouraged and supported me. And I was lucky to join a great project with excellent people. They passed on their experience and the whole transition was very quick.”
How things work here
tools and technologies That’s how many we work with at Adastra
projects have been implemented by us at Adastra
students gave us their contact data at trade fairs last year
years is how long the most experienced Adastran has been working for us
Things people like to ask…
Do you really hire people from totally different disciplines?
What does a consultant actually do? Will I be selling something?
No way. A consultant is not a sales representative – just a regular IT specialist. We go to companies and help them use their own data. And we show them how to extract useful information from it and work with it further. So you have to understand IT, be able to design the architecture of the resulting solution as well as communicate with our clients and push their in-house team in the right direction.
Here’s what the Adastrans say about what they actually do at work:
First contact us and send us your CV. We’ll call you within two days and you’ll have an opportunity ask us just about anything.
If it makes sense to us, we’ll agree to meet in person. We may send you an online test on SQL or any other technology you’ll need at Adastra which you can complete comfortably at home.
At the in-person meeting, you’ll speak with the recruiter about what you enjoy and what you’re interested in. We always try to connect you with some of your future colleagues as soon as possible. And if it all fits, you can join us in three weeks.