Careers FAQs

Here are answers to some of your questions about job applications and building your career at itelligence. If it is not covered here, please get in touch.

We want to hear from you if you have a passion for learning. You should have a good level of commercial acumen, backed up by a solid understanding of business processes and technical know-how. We are a global business with employees in 23 countries, so you should enjoy working as part of a diverse, dynamic and talented workforce. As a team player, we want you to contribute to our achievements and to our customers’ success.

When you apply for a job, we kindly request the following information:

  • Your resume
  • A cover letter stating why you’re applying and a brief introduction to your skills, experience and career history.
  • Copies of your educational achievements. This includes a pre-graduation certificate or interim test certificate, a university/college graduation diploma and, if available, references from former employers.

At your interview, we’re keen to hear answers to the following questions:

  • Why did you apply?
  • What does our approach to consulting and services mean to you?
  • What do you want to achieve at itelligence?
  • How will you contribute to our success?

There are many starting points. Job opportunities range from student to junior professional to senior executive. Your experience in the SAP environment and your personal outlook are the most important factors to building your career with us.

There’s no such thing as an average project time. One of our goals is to build long-term relationships with our customers. And like each customer, every project is different. So being flexible is a key attribute.

Each project requires teams with the right mix of skills and experience to meet specific customer needs. As a new starter, you can tell us your preferences in terms of industries and disciplines, so we can make sure you’re a good fit for your assignments.

We value work experience gained in different markets and cultures. That’s why we offer projects both in Canada and USA.  You can discuss this opportunity with your supervisor or manager.

We work closely with customers on every project. As a consultant, you should expect to spend 2-5 days per week on site with your customer. This will vary according to the scope and stage of the project, and the customer’s ongoing support requirements.

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