Mission: "We exist to prove what humanity is capable of."
Today we announced an exciting leadership update for 2018: J Schwan has been appointed to Chief Digital Officer of our parent company, St. Ives and Kelly Manthey, ten-year Solstice veteran, will succeed him as CEO.
We are wishing J the best of luck in London and excited for our collective future ahead!
There's a huge push at Solstice to hire engineers for our cloud-native team. Are you a Java/Spring developer looking to help modernize the foundational core systems for the world's largest companies? We're growing and want to invest in you!
Check out our openings here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQfFR
As our internal R&D extension, Solstice Labs is our finger on the pulse of the future. It’s our binoculars set to the horizon and our lantern in the window for our clients. Solstice Labs is made up of our finest investigators, innovators and dreamers constantly searching to uncover what ‘digital’ will mean in the not-too distant future.
Our Engineers work with the most advanced digital technology. They build solutions to solve the most complex problems.
Solstice's User Experience Designers are Passionate about emerging technologies and design trends...they're even designing screenless experiences, how cool is that?!
Solstice’s UX Researchers come from a wide range of backgrounds. Though often very different, their previous experiences molded each one of them into individuals who now make up a team of curious, intuitive and empathetic leaders:
I have been working at Solstice full-time
Everyone is fun to work with and very nice, the company truly invests in each of its employees and their growth as a professional, everyone is very committed to building the best products possible
No cons to mention currently
Advice to Management
Keep it up!
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Solstice (Chicago, IL).
I applied online in early 2016.
First I was given a phone call about a week later where I spoke to a recruiter who informed me about the company and went over my resume with me. The phone call was pleasant and very informative.
Next I was given assigned a simple mobile application to create over the weekend. It didn't take too long, but I had fun with it. The instructions were pretty clear and laid out a few suggestions on how to implement it.
After writing my app and sending it in, I was asked to come in for a few on-site interviews. They were a mix of both behavioral and technical questions, with a total of two interviews. The first put me with two developers, and the second had me interview with a single developer. Both were relatively casual and Solstice was very helpful and reliable throughout the process.