Our teammates receive competitive compensation and here is some insight to our way of life
We don't want you to ever stop learning! Therefore, we invest in your professional growth, whether in the form of a course, workshop, events, etc.
We offer competitive pay and benefits, but we always look for ways to reward those who stand out and demonstrate true dedication.
A brand new, Google-like office building near the city center and Milan Central Station.
From health insurance to discounted gym memberships, we constantly invest in the health and wellbeing of our teams.
We know that different people work best in different environments – that's why we offer opportunities for flexibility in your working environment.
We've all got different priorities and pressures in our lives. Our flexible working policy will help lighten the load.
Join our Team!
Fido is an equal opportunities employer. We welcome applications from all members of society irrespective of age, sex, disability, sexual orientation, race, religion, or belief.
We make recruiting decisions based on your skills and what you can bring to the job. We believe that employing a diverse workforce is the right thing to do and is central to our success.
Our hiring process
We like to keep things as simple as possible so we can get to what’s really important - finding out more about you.
We’ve broken down our hiring process into four key stages, highlighting what to expect, our promise to you, and how to excel at each stage. Please note for some roles the process can vary, for example the task may come before the interview, or be skipped entirely.
The start of our application process is the same for all of our roles. We want to learn a bit about you through a casual conversation.
We love connecting with people who believe they’ll make a difference. At this stage, an interview will help us both decide whether the interest is mutual.
Now it’s time to apply your thinking to some real life situations. Whether it’s completing a technical test, engaging in a role play or preparing a presentation to address a challenge - we want to see you in action.
Once you’ve met the team, and we’ve gotten to know each other, it’s time for us to both decide whether we’re a match.